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.
The final day of the CoinGeek Conference in New York saw Ayre Ventures’ Managing Director of Private Equity Paul Rajchgod moderate the “Investing in Blockchain Ventures” panel.
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.
Satoshi Block Dojo, which has already received roughly 35 applications, will provide entrepreneurship training, in addition to helping startups with product development.
The BSV enterprise blockchain is officially the world’s largest public blockchain by all major utility metrics; daily transaction volume, data storage, scaling ability, and average block size.
Dr. Wright will be joined by Bitcoin Association’s Patrick Prinz at the event, which provides an opportunity for interested parties to meet and share ideas about developing for BSV blockchain.
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.
A United Nations commission weighs in on El Salvador’s move to accept BTC as legal tender, warning the Latin country of economic, financial and legal challenges ahead.