Bitcoin SV (BSV) is at the forefront of innovation in blockchain. A network designed for commercial app development, with the benefits of microtransactions and fast settlement, BSV is already attracting the brightest and best developers, all building in search of the next big thing.
Bitcoin Association’s BSV Venture Pitch Day gives some of these developers the chance to present their business to investors, gaining invaluable feedback if not financial backing from industry stakeholders.
Following the inaugural Pitch Day event in CoinGeek Seoul in October 2019, developers from around the world have been applying to take part in the next event, which the Bitcoin Association will host in the lead up to the CoinGeek Conference in London this week.
The application deadline closed in December, attracting more than double the number of applications for the Seoul event.
Jimmy Nguyen, founding president of the Bitcoin Association, said the event was proving popular with developers looking to leverage the features of BSV to develop better technologies.
…It reflects what we already know: developers and entrepreneurs want to build on BSV because its massive scaling, greater data capacity, and microtransactions capability enable a world of great new applications.
Connor Murray of True Reviews, who was among the first to present his project at Pitch Day, offered invaluable tips to prospective pitchers: “Investors are going to see a lot of pitches throughout the day. You may even be last on the schedule. Have energy and excitement and engage the audience. Have them remember you!”
The second BSV Venture Pitch Day event takes place in London on February 18, 2020. All of the approved projects get a chance to show off their business plans, and the three best projects will present to the large audience expected at the CoinGeek London conference.
Didn’t make it to the deadline? Attend the CoinGeek London conference on February 20-21, 2020, to help you get the next great pitch ready. If you cannot make it, feel free to submit your Bitcoin venture to us.
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