Brescia, Italy – On the 13th of May a new chapter in the world of hacking and cypherpunk culture has begun with the grand opening of hack.bs, Brescia’s first hacker club.
Located near the Vittoria metro stop, at Contrada del Cavalletto 24, hack.bs is a non-profit hackerspace with a mission to foster knowledge about Bitcoin, technology, open-source, privacy, and freedom.
The club aims to provide a space where like-minded individuals can connect and collaborate on innovative projects.
Hack.bs: the First Hacker Club in Brescia
hack.bs prides itself on being a space for hackers, designed by hackers. The founders, Alekos Filini and Daniela Brozzoni, have created a welcoming environment where people of all backgrounds and skill levels can come together to explore their passion for technology.
Whether you are a developer, engineer, designer, student, researcher, or simply an enthusiast, hack.bs welcomes you with open arms.
The club offers a range of activities and events to engage its members and the broader community.
Regular workshops, meetups, and hackathons are organized, providing opportunities for individuals to learn new skills, share knowledge, and collaborate on exciting projects.
The club also maintains an active presence on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram, where interested individuals can stay updated on the latest happenings.
To sustain its operations, hack.bs relies on voluntary contributions from individuals and private companies.
If you believe in the club’s mission and want to support its endeavors, consider making a donation.
Transparency is paramount to hack.bs, and the club maintains a dedicated page showcasing how funds are allocated.
The hackerspace operates during the evenings from 5 PM to 5 AM on weekdays and throughout the day on weekends.
Access to the space is restricted to members, with an annual membership fee of only 10€.
To ensure security and maintain a trusted community, only a select few individuals possess the keys to the space.
If you plan to visit and are not yet a member, it is advisable to contact hack.bs in advance.
While hack.bs continues to work on deploying a Matrix server for enhanced communication, interested individuals can reach out through Instagram, Twitter, or Telegram to @danielabrozzoni or @afilini.
The hack.bs community currently consists of around 30 individuals, encompassing a diverse range of talents and expertise.
The founders and members are eager to welcome new talent into their fold. Whether you are an experienced hacker or just beginning your journey, you are encouraged to come and say hello.
With the grand opening of hack.bs, Brescia now has a hub for individuals passionate about technology, privacy, and freedom.
It is a place where ideas can flourish, collaborations can take shape, and innovation can thrive.
Alekos Filini and Daniela Brozzoni have paved the way for a vibrant and inclusive community that will undoubtedly leave its mark on the world of hacking.
Join hack.bs, and together let’s explore the possibilities that emerge when talented individuals unite in pursuit of knowledge, creativity, and a better future.
For more information, visit hack.bs or follow hack.bs on Twitter and Instagram.