Cyprus, are you ready? Nakamoto’s Den will take place at Limassol’s Carob Mill this week from 19-20 February 2019 and is set to be one of the biggest blockchain events of the year. Action-packed, tension-fuelled, information-backed, real-time Battles will showcase the very best of the sector and we can barely contain our excitement *rapid hand clap*. There will be nerves, there will be sweat. But who will walk away with investment? See you in the Den!
The Battles Explained
We’ve been talking about the upcoming Battles for some time now. Simply because the idea is inspired. But seeing as the event is happening like, now, it’s time for a quick recap.
This innovative summit is no place for the faint-hearted or for those unsure of their sector. Competitors have been carefully selected and will fight it out in front of a huge crowd of innovators, investors and unforgiving Battle Judges in order to walk away with financial project backing.
Let’s break it down! The Battles fall into two categories. One for digital start-ups looking to get the ball rolling and one for post-ICOs in need of funding to achieve their future roadmap. Game on! Every contestant will be heavily questioned and scrutinised with only the best of the best walking away with the prize. The event lends itself to a host of real-time fun, excitement and anticipation!
Nakamoto’s Den is great for the ICO and blockchain world as is gives genuine, authentic companies the chance to shine in a sector that can be somewhat overshadowed by exchange hacks and scams. It’s the perfect chance to showcase ground-breaking, creative and problem-solving ideas. But who’s brave enough to take on the challenge?
Check out our run-down of who’s who in the Nakamoto Den contest and who we can’t wait to see. Accepted digital start-ups include everyone from gaming companies to those committed to bringing art to the blockchain. Throw in the world’s first on-demand advertising platform provider and you’ve got a real mix of projects that could potentially seal the deal.
Accepted post-ICOs have already secured interest and know what’s at stake. They’re fully prepared to flaunt concepts based around AI, cross-chain trading, digital parking and more.
Why We Wouldn’t Miss Nakamoto’s Den
Here at Contentworks, we love a good competition. We’re also interested in start-up technology and work closely with the blockchain/crypto/ICO sectors. Keeping up with all the latest trends and updates is what we do best and therefore Nakamoto’s Den is right up our street.
As an official media partner for this summit, we’ve taken an interest from the start and are really excited to find out more about each of the participants. We’re sure the questioning is set to be gruelling and it will be intriguing to see how the brands respond. Nakamoto’s Den is also a great place to network with some of the industry’s brightest minds. One of the best ways to produce industry-leading content is to have relevant conversations with those paving the way for future innovations. The sector is constantly evolving and therefore it’s crucial for us to share knowledge and support this Limassol-based event.
If you’re at the event be sure to look out for us. We will be the ones tweeting frantically and cheering on the contestants. You can also follow updates on our Facebook and Instagram channels. See you in the Den!