BitcoinKE, Africa’s leading publisher of crypto news and education content, will be holding the 62nd edition of its Catapult webinar series on Thursday February 17, 2022, between 11.00 AM EAT and 12:30 PM EAT.
The session will focus on startup funding with the topic: MY STARTUP GOT FUNDING, HOW DID I DO IT?
Participants can expect top players in Africa’s emerging crypto sector to participate.
Among the attendees will be John Karanja, the moderator of the panel session. John is the CEO and Co- Founder of Melanin Solar, a startup that leverages blockchain technology and bitcoin, in creating accessible markets for solar energy across communities in Kenya.
In the audience will also be VCs and investors within the blockchain and crypto space particularly focused on the African continent.
The discussion will be an opportunity to gain insights into the funding process for some of Africa’s earliest blockchain enterprises. The session is open to anyone and attendees will be allowed to raise questions about funding and the wider startup scene across Africa.
Blockhain, crypto, and fintech startups are especially encouraged to attend and learn.
This is a monthly 1-hr webinar series run by BitKE which features industry leaders, founders and thought leaders providing insights on WEB3 space, blockchain, fintech, IoT, and other emerging technologies.
The BitKE Catapult Series has been running for the last 2 years.
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