After conducting a successful incubation of its first cohort of startups, the Satoshi Block Dojo has announced a showcase for its second cohort. The showcase will give the innovators behind the projects the opportunity to reveal what they have been working on and their progress so far.
Led by Craig Massey, the Dojo has become an integral player in the Bitcoin space and is helping grow the next crop of Bitcoin heavyweights. Its first cohort saw some great success stories, including Buzzmint, an NFT project that recently auctioned a $3 million Renoir painting, and Soundoshi, an audio NFT project already working with major music production houses.
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The showcase will be on July 21 from 5 p.m. GMT and will be held at the Here East in East London. You can easily register here for free and grab a front-row seat to some of the projects that will define the Bitcoin space in the near future.
“Our cohort of start-ups have been working extremely hard over the past three months of the programme to develop and refine their MVPs and business models. The cohort is now ready to showcase their progress, concepts and solutions,” the Dojo stated.
Satoshi Block Dojo connects innovators to investors who finance the projects and allow them to deliver their products to the market. However, Massey and his team do much more than just bring in the money.
CoinGeek’s Charles Miller followed the first cohort through the 12-week course set up by Massey and his team for the entrepreneurs. It involved mentoring, pitch rehearsals, market analysis, and technical development.
While the participants admitted that the course was challenging and pushed them to become better at every aspect of their business, they all had nothing but praise for the Dojo team and gratitude for everything it had done for them.
“It’s been great, it’s been exhausting, it’s been challenging, but overall, I can honestly say it’s been a fantastic experience,” Charles Symons, the founder of Buzzmint, told CoinGeek.
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