d10e is a numeronym for decentralization. In the past couple of years, the FinTech ecosystem embraced Bitcoin and other digital currencies, a movement which allowed multiple disruptive industries to explode. The race toward a unifying theme (decentralization) became evident and part of our everyday lives. The four day event brings together players in the Blockchain industry. For the first time the event will be held in Switzerland
Day 1: the Blockchain Investors Consortium (BIC) official dinner and “board meeting” will be held, followed by a VIP party at an undisclosed location. BIC’s membership includes 108 active crypto hedge funds managers.
Day 2: participants will experience the beauty of Switzerland, while the famous Bernina Express will take them through the Swiss Alps.
Day 3: attendees will learn more about decentralizing innovations which are changing how humanity will communicate, organize, create, collaborate, work, move, and even think. The event’s format offers concise 15-minute presentations, fireside chats with industry luminaries and only a couple of well-prepared panels.
Day 4, the ICO pitch competition will feature 20-25 hand-picked teams of innovators to present their upcoming ICOs. Members of the Blockchain Investors Consortium (BIC) will act as judges.
Eligible to apply for the competition are individuals with a revolutionary project that brings VALUE to the Blockchain community. Top twenty ICOs will be invited to pitch at the conference in Davos and will receive 25 discount on the conference fees. Additionally, they will receive the following benefits for a $5,000 cash contribution plus $5,000 in your tokens at the pre-ICO value.
- Two complimentary tickets to the conference
- Exhibition space
- The opportunity to pitch to the Blockchain Investors Consortium and other select investors
- Exposure in our pre and post-marketing campaigns
The winners will be announced at the end of the conference. They will be endowed with a $100,000 cash prize.
Application deadline for the pitching competition closes on 7 November.