Adaverse Webinars for Startups: On Startup Funding and Product Ideation
Adaverse Accelerator in collaboration with Blockchain Nigeria User Group will host a series of webinars in the month of August.
🚀The first of the August webinars will be hosted by Chuta Chimezie — Founder and Coordinator, Blockchain Nigeria User Group who is also Partner at Adaverse.
Venue: BNUG Telegram Channel
Date: August 6th
Time: 8 pm WAT
Here is why you should attend:
- Startup Funding Opportunity: In the last 6 months, Adaverse has received over 300 applications from African-based startups with projects in their ideation stage, MVP, or already launched. So far, 13 companies have received funding and Adaverse will continue to invest through Emurgo Africa’s support.
- Communal Support: The BNUG is a vibrant group of Blockchain developers, Cryptocurrency traders, enthusiasts, and investors helping to drive adoption and awareness of the Blockchain industry in Nigeria and across Africa. In partnership with the Adaverse startup community on Telegram, the webinar promises to bring people from all over the world together.
- Guest Speakers: Our guest speakers are world-class leaders in the blockchain industry with a wealth of experience in asset management, product development, investment and project management.
🚀William Phelps: Investment Manager at Adaverse and former Equity Derivatives Broker, Gallardo Securities Ltd.
🚀George Payne: Venture Partner at Adaverse, Co-Host and Creator of Digital Africa podcast series, advisor to startups in social media, logistics, fintech, edtech, and sustainability.
Adaverse is a Cardano ecosystem accelerator launched by EMURGO Africa and Everest Ventures Group to help the next generation of African Web3 startups excel on the global front.
Beyond funding, Adaverse offers a 3-month intensive mentorship accelerator program and tech support to scale promising projects in Africa. Especially solutions built on the Cardano environmentally sustainable blockchain.
To apply for the Adaverse accelerator program, click here