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.
Michal Scislowski was at the Blockchain 4 Gaming event in his home turf of Warsaw to discuss Soundoshi and its audio NFTs, and he had something for the gamers too.
One of the startups from Satoshi Block Dojo Cohort Two was Combat IQ, an advanced data analytics company for combat sports utilizing the BSV blockchain technology.
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.
Soundoshi allows the creation of music NFTs so the consumer will own the music they buy—as opposed to simply being given access to it in return for a subscription.
Ayre Ventures has thrown its financial support behind Buzzmint to further the development of utility-focused non-fungible token projects.
Buzzmint, the SaaS platform that allows businesses and individuals to ideate, create, and deploy utility-led NFT projects, has secured seed funding from a group of investors, including Ayre Ventures.
Mintelium’s full product will feature an SSI wallet that allows users to take their verified credentials with them even if they leave their current employer.
MoveGenius aims to enhance the transparency of the conveyancing process by providing simpler and more reliable information to movers.
It was an evening of triumph for the London incubator Satoshi Block Dojo as its second cohort of startup founders presented their pitches to an audience of investors, friends and family.
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.