Organized by the International Decentralized Association on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain (IDACB), the European World Blockchain Roadshow or WBRShow will visit five countries in five days, giving its participants a chance to meet more than 200 investors each day and world’s most successful ICO projects, and at the same time providing an opportunity to establish contacts with various foundations based in Europe.
What is the WBRShow?
The main goal of IDACB while organizing the WBRShow is to allow all the most promising and trustworthy ICO teams to present their projects to the most influential investors.
In order to give ICO teams a chance to popularize their projects, two WBRShow Pitch Sessions are planned for each meeting. Coffee-breaks and a Cocktail Party will provide the participants with the perfect opportunity to discuss projects and exchange ideas. The option of preappointed meetings with investors is also available.
Is Europe a good place to invest in blockchain projects?
Considering the fact that Europe is a very modern and rich region, willing to invest in the newest trends and inventions, it is not a surprise that the blockchain technology has gained a wide popularity. A blockchain partnership has already been formed by 22 countries, with the goal of sharing experience and promoting blockchain applications in the market of the European Union. The WBRShow will present a wonderful opportunity to establish contacts with Europe-based investors and experts, which then might turn an aspiring ICO into a true blockchain project.
The first part of the European WBRShow will take place between July 10 and July 20. The participants will visit Zurich (Switzerland), Vaduz (Liechtenstein), San Marino, Monaco-Ville (Monaco) and Andorra la Vella (Andorra). While investors can attend the events free-of-charge, the ICO teams must obtain tickets to take part in the WBRShow.
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