On the third installment of CoinGeek Conversations Special, we take a look at some of the most interesting contributions about venture capital from previous episodes of the series.
We hear from Craig Massey and Osmin Callis from the London BSV incubator Satoshi Block Dojo. Craig talked about how investors and start-ups profit and benefit from the incubator process; Osmin focused on what went on during the program and made interesting observations about the participants. Pacer Ventures co-founder Gbemi Akande talked about the adoption of blockchain technology in Africa; and Ayre Ventures Managing Director Paul Rajchgod stressed that there’s a lot more to venture capital investment in a promising new start-up than simply handing over a cheque.
Join me, Claire Celdran next week as we revisit episodes that focus on companies whose Environment Social and Corporate Governance or ESG initiatives are achieved through blockchain technology.
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