This week’s CoinGeek Conversations offers a sneak preview of all eight of the startup ideas working towards a big night in which they’ll have the chance to pitch their businesses to potential investors.
The Bitcoin SV blockchain is “absolutely perfect” for startups looking to build their businesses on chain, Osmin Callis, Chief Operating Officer of the Satoshi Block Dojo, tells CoinGeek Conversations.
Ayre Ventures has made a significant investment in technology startup incubator Satoshi Block Dojo, offering additional opportunities for BSV-focused entrepreneurs to turn their visions into reality.
In addition to business mentorship, technical guidance and a host of support services, Satoshi Block Dojo connects its participating cohorts with potential corporate partners at an early stage to help shape the ideas being developed into truly viable products.
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.
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.
Co-founders Craig Massey and Richard Boase are on this week’s episode of The Bitcoin Bridge to chat about Satoshi Block Dojo, the start-up accelerator for BSV blockchain businesses.
The 12-week programme is split into two six-week sprints and leverages agile and SCRUM methodologies to deliver a minimum viable product by the conclusion.
Satoshi Block Dojo is seeking the best BSV business ideas to participate in its 12-week program, which Chairman Craig Massey describes as "an ongoing hackathon."