About this Event
We are also accepting BitAngels applications to pitch here.
Since 2014, CoinAgenda has hosted events in Europe, Asia, Las Vegas, and is excited for its fourth annual return to Puerto Rico.
- For 2020, CoinAgenda will host a cocktail party on Wednesday (February 26) in Old San Juan. Full access CoinAgenda conference attendees are invited.
- On Thursday (February 27), CoinAgenda Caribbean will discuss legal, regulatory and jurisdictional issues involved with starting and investing in blockchain companies, and discuss institutional investors with a special focus on the Caribbean. In between the day’s content and in partnership with BitAngels, up to 20 companies (a mix of angel and VC investments as well as tokens trading on exchanges) will pitch in a Demo Day environment.
- Agenda: https://coinagenda.com/caribbean-schedule/
- Brock Pierce – The Bitcoin Foundation
- Shawn Owen – EQUA Start, SALT
- Sean Walsh, Redwood City Ventures
- Cyril Meduna, Founder/Managing Partner at advent
- Crystal Rose Pierce, CEO and Founder of MakeSense Labs
- Melissa Jun Rowley – http://www.melissajunrowley.tv/
- Sydney Armani – Founder/CEO of FinTech World
- Jacob Farber – Ouroboros LLP
- Michael Maloney – CFO for Coinmint, LLC – https://www.coinmint.one/
- Ed Boyle – CEO, Medici Bank – https://medici.bank/
- Dan Schatt – CEO and Co-Founder, Cred – https://mycred.io/
- Colin Pape – Founder of Presearch – https://www.presearch.io/
- Irina Litchfield – Founder/ CEO of BlockchainCubed
- Concluding the day will be a cocktail party at The Monastery, a hotel owned by Brock Pierce and which he often stays. Full access CoinAgenda conference attendees and select VIPs are invited.
There is no cost to apply to pitch and if selected, the company will receive one complimentary pass to the day sessions on Thursday (excluding the closing party). Full CoinAgenda passes are available to selected companies at a discounted rate to attend Wednesday and Thursday sessions and parties.
Past CoinAgenda startup competition winners include Aeternity, Bancor, Cashbet, Omega One, SALT Lending, and Qtum, which have collectively raised more than $500 million with a combined market cap of $10 billion.
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