100 BTC prize? d10e is leading the crypto startup scene

In case you missed our last article on the d10e Conference in Kyiv, I’m here to fill you in on the inside scoop.

The d10e Conference in Kyiv is the 9th conference to be hosted since 2014, and since its origination, the d10e conferences have raised around $750 million for the investment prize pool. For the September 16 – 19 conference, attendees from all over the world are planned to attend.

Hold up, are you wondering what d10e even is? No worries, I’ve got you covered. The name d10e is a play on the letters between D and E and numeronym for decentralization. Basically it’s an event that highlights the theme of decentralization and innovative technologies—asking attendees to consider the possibilities of cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and decentralized applications.

One of the highlights of d10e is the pitching compitition. It can be pretty challenging to be selected– only 20 out of the 100 applicants were chosen to participate in the pitch contest. The top three pitches will share a $390,000 prize — the largest prize amount in ICO competition history.

Besides the pitching competition, attendees will have the chance to check out some awesome speakers. Some of them include:

Brock Pierce: Cofounder and Managing Partner, Blockchain Capital

Crystal Rose-Pierce: Cofounder, Sensay

Mike Costache: Managing Partner, KrowdMentor

Naomi Brockwell: Founder and CEO, Rainsworth Productions

Jason Kind: CEO, Unsung

Jeremy Gardner: Founder, Blockchain Education Network

If you’re on the ground now or curious about all the awesome events that are in store, check out d10e’s agenda and follow all the updates on d10e’s Twitter page.

Better yet, tweet @StarterNoise to update us on your fabulous time at D10e.

Sarah Koebel

Sarah Koebel

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