To learn more about the Block Dojo’s inner workings, the 64th episode of the Women of BSV Conversations with Diddy Wheldon and Ruth Heasman featured Dojo’s Craig Massey and Kelly Roberts.
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.
Craig Massey tells CoinGeek Backstage that 500 startups have applied to join the Satoshi Block Dojo, explaining how the incubator selects the eventual winners and pushes them to the top.
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.
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.
The deadline for application submission is August 1, 2022, and there are numerous reasons why early stage blockchain startups or those with a revolutionary tech idea should consider applying today.
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.
The BSV Global Blockchain Convention will kick off on May 24 to 26 and will feature some of the world’s most renowned technologists, blockchain experts, developers, and entrepreneurs.
On January 15, 10 new BSV startups made their way to the Satoshi Block Dojo offices to kick off a three-month incubator program with a special Welcome Day organized by founder Craig Massey and team.
Speaking on this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Satoshi Block Dojo co-founder Craig Massey discusses the six startups that he has chosen and what makes them special.
London is well-known for its lively tech startup scene, but it’s about to get more exciting with the arrival of a new BSV incubator called Satoshi Block Dojo.