HUMAN Stars Up Night at Paris Blockchain Week
On 22nd March, we will host an exciting event to coincide with Paris Blockchain Week. The event will begin with an opportunity for startups to pitch to a panel of expert judges (see below), before the team deliver two talks and announce the launch of a new Protocol-based product. We hope to see you there!
After that, we invite our community to meet the team, relax, and enjoy the party.
The event will begin at 16:30 at Outpost, 28 rue Fortuny 75017 Paris. Until 18:00, 6-8 startups will pitch to a panel of judges, including members from the HUMAN Protocol Grants Committee, blockchain industry experts, VCs and institutional investors. We are delighted to confirm that Charlotte Kapoor of Crono Labs and Crypto.com, Sylvain Theveniaud from the Allianz Accelerator, and Rolando Zubiran of RRD GO Creative will be on this expert panel.
Each startup will have five minutes to pitch. The panel will have five minutes to ask follow up questions.
Already, two exciting Web3 gaming companies have been confirmed in the pitches: Blocklords, and Oval3. We are delighted to welcome such high quality projects to the stage, and will continue to assess which startups can join.
Does your company – or a company you know – want to pitch to investors? Get in touch to apply.
From 18:30 to 19:30, members of the team will present two talks to two panels. Maxime Sebti, HUMAN Protocol’s Marketing Director, will moderate the two panels.
First talk – “The Future of work: enabling global collaboration on-chain”.
Second talk – “Proof of HUMANity: how blockchain is disrupting identity verification”.
Then, perhaps the most exciting moment of the event: we will announce a new product built on HUMAN Protocol. At 19:30, Andreas Schemm, the Ecosystem Director, and Alex Newman, the Protocol Designer, will present this new product to the community.
Afterwards, there will be a chance to connect with the team, network for a few hours, before the event closes at 02:00.
We would love to see you there!
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