Monaco Blockchain Conference 2019 Brings Together Over 100 Investors
The Monaco Blockchain Masterclass being held in Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 31st 2019 brings together 100+ leading investors, funds and family offices to discuss investments into Blockchain technology and projects.
The Monaco Blockchain Masterclass being held in Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 31st 2019 brings together 100+ leading investors, funds and family offices to discuss investments into Blockchain technology and projects. The event will help Blockchain Projects to connect with some of the worlds top Blockchain Investors and at the same time learn about how to be fully ‘Investor Ready’ through a series of Masterclasses run by experts from some of the biggest funds in the world.
Alastair Lidel, Founder of ‘The Block’ - a financial events company based in London says “During a time where the markets in the Blockchain world make it nearly impossible to raise serious capital through any public sale, events like the ‘Monaco Blockchain Masterclass’ are incredibly important for any CEO’s diary. It is a chance to put the laptop down, get off Linkedin and get face to face with investors in a country where $400 Billion of investments are controlled within 2 square kilometers.”
The One-Day conference will have speakers from leading Investment Funds discussing what they look for in a major Blockchain Investment. They will also be discussing how ICO/STO can be better prepared when raising funds by being ‘VC Ready’.
As well as world expert speakers we will be providing a gourmet lunch, Champagne Networking and an Investor Cocktail Party at the luxurious Twiga Club in Monte Carlo with an open bar to ensure guests have all the time they need to discuss and connect in a relaxed, exclusive setting – All included in your All Inclusive ticket.
Tickets Available now at www.theblock.events.
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