Would you like to know more about the blockchain industry in Dublin and Ireland? Want to meet fellow traders and cryptocurrency enthusiasts? There are lots of programs taking place in Dublin.
We are writing this article in February 2018, and in the coming months, there will be lots of programs taking place. If you read this article at a later time, you might want to visit this site in order to see a calendar presenting upcoming blockchain and cryptocurrency events in Dublin.
So, what’s coming up in Dublin in the coming weeks?
On February 28th there will be a meetup for Ethereum developers in Dublin, while March 15th and 16th will be more for the general crowd. On those days there will be a “Cryptocurrencies 101” meetup, and there will also be a meetup where they will speak about mining, ICOs, news, trading and similar topics. The latter which is referred to as “Dublin Crypto Talks” is a monthly event, so if you miss out on it once, simply check it out one month later.
Visit the link mentioned above for an up to date schedule on blockchain and cryptocurrency programs in Dublin. If you want to know more about cryptocurrencies and read interesting articles on the subject, you should visit the CoinTelegraph, the IPAddressGuide or the CryptoCoinsNews.
Are you planning a trip to Dublin and to Ireland in February 2018? Are you in love with winter sports, and fear missing out on any of the highlights from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang? What can be done?
Do you want to watch the Winter Olympics during your stay in Dublin?
RTE is the name of the TV channel with the broadcasting rights to the Winter Olympics 2018. But, do you know the name of any Irish athlete that will participate in the Winter Olympics 2018? I don’t! Why is that important? The people of Ireland has little to no interest in the Winter Olympics, due to the fact that they have no famous athletes participating. The result is, therefore, people are not interested in watching the broadcasts. So, even though RTE has the rights to air the event, they will probably only air summaries from the happenings, and maybe a few events live. I am not sure about this, but that is at least what I expect to happen.
RTE is a free channel, and you can watch RTE in your hotel room, in pubs and also on the Internet. But, what should you do if you want to watch the Winer Olympics online, all the events, all the competitions, and it cannot be done on RTE? In this article in the IP Address Guide, you will find instructions on how to watch the Winter Olympics 2018 online, so I recommend for you to read the article, and hopefully, it will help you out!
What kind of weather to expect in Dublin in February?
As you come to Dublin in February, do not expect snow. You can expect some wind, some rain, but you will most likely not meet any snow at all.
We hope you will have a pleasant stay in Dublin during the Winter Olympics!
That is a brilliant question. It is most likely raining, but if you want to find out for sure, we can now help you. For a long time our weather site was not working, but now we have fixed it.
As a consequence, you can yet again find the actual Dublin weather, and you can also see the forecast for the upcoming days.
Is the sun shining on the St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin right now?
We all know that it is raining a lot in Dublin, but there are days with sunshine. Are you gonna get to enjoy such a sunny day when you come to Dublin? We hope you will, not just for your sake, but also for our sake. We all love sunshine!
There are lots of stuff to do even on rainy days. After all, Dublin is a city with lots of bars, but walking the Temple Bar district on a sunny day is fantastic. Continuing your walk along the river, and then in St Stephens Park… sounds amazing, doesn’t it?
I am considering a day trip to Belfast from Dublin. How much time does it take to drive from Dublin to Belfast? Is it worth the trip?
If you have never been to Belfast before, then the city is for sure worth a day trip from Dublin. It is the beautiful capital in Northern Ireland, and it has a very nice atmosphere that makes it ideal for a day trip. But, how long time will it take you to drive from Dublin to Belfast?
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Driving from Dublin to Belfast
If you take the quickest road between the two capitals, then you will cover a distance of approximately 170km/105 miles. Based on the roads this is a distance you should be able to cover in about two hours, exactly the same speed as most trains traveling between the cities do. It should be mentioned that the train stations in both Dublin and Belfast are centrally located, so if you want less stress, then using the railway could be a good option.
The main road leading to Belfast from Dublin travels almost along the ocean, and you will drive close to cities such as Drogheda, Dundalk and Lisburn before you arrive to Belfast.
What are you gonna do in Belfast? You can find quite a lot of suggestions for nice programs, activities and attractions in the Belfast Guide.
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