Block Venture Studio is the new division of the Satoshi Block Dojo, the successful global blockchain incubator which has taken the Bitcoin SV world by storm since it was set up in 2021 by Craig Massey.
The inaugural Unbounded Capital Annual Summit took place in New York City at the trendy Dream Downtown, an invite-only event for partners, venture and hedge fund managers, fintech and blockchain entrepreneurs, institutional and family office investors.
The incubator will showcase the startups on July 21 in London after they spent the past three months developing and refining their MVPs and business models.
On this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Ayre Ventures Managing Director Paul Rajchgod talks about companies under Ayre Ventures that are making waves in the Bitcoin space.
CoinGeek has been following a group of BSV startup founders as they work their way through a business development programme created by an innovative London-based BSV incubator, Satoshi Block Dojo.
Co-founded by Robin Kohze and Dr. Samuel Schmidt, Vaionex aims to reduce BSV development time by as much as 95%, while eliminating the friction that prevents companies from embracing blockchain technology on their own.
Co-founder Dan Wagner says they originally sought $1 million that will go towards building a foundation for the Haste product, as well as to test their assumptions around product and market fit.
London-based Satoshi Block Dojo is on a mission to identify and nurture entrepreneurs looking to build market-changing BSV-based products and connect them with companies looking for solutions to their respective problems.
Utility is now the buzzword that causes investors’ ears to prick up, particularly projects whose output will be something society will still find useful long after it loses interest in the latest crop of crudely drawn JPEGs.
Entrepreneurs will always tell you they’re not in it for the money. And it’s probably true that for most, money is more of a measuring stick than a motivator—and arguably the price of BSV isn’t the point.
Jimmy Nguyen, founding president of the BSV blockchain’s association, announced that they have partnered with a Saudi firm to launch an incubator for blockchain startups, with a focus on the BSV blockchain.