BitDegree’s revolutionary concept of reinventing education through incentivized learning and blockchain has taken it to the finals of the 2017 Moonrise competition.
Moonrise is organized by Moontec, the main blockchain startup blockchain technology conference in Northern Europe. The Moonrise competition’s objective is simple — to find the most innovative early stage blockchain startups, and connect them with a global network to provide them both financial and business support.
On December 5th, BitDegree co-founder, Danielius Stasiulis, will pitch the BitDegree idea on stage to investors and blockchain community. The pitch will be live-streamed by BitDegree via Facebook. We invite our community to watch it.
“We are extremely happy with the recognition of being amongst the top 10 finalists of Moonrise 2017,” said Stasiulis. “However, we are even more thrilled to showcase the blockchain-based solutions that BitDegree offers to students, educational content creators, and I.T. and tech industry employers. We believe our concept gives us a fair shot at winning the competition.”
The winner will be announced the same day after all pitches have been made.
Moontec 2017 hosts 50 speakers and over 1,000 attendees from IBM, Microsoft, Bitcoin Foundation, Hyperledger, Consensys, Lykke, Reply, Accenture, and DFJ.
The BitDegree team will be networking at Moontec on December 4th, and we’d love to hang out and have a chat with you. Just give us a shout!
Moontec 2017 is being held in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and will run from December 4th — 5th.
Have any questions? Join us for a chat!
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