107 – Blockchain Venture Capital Investment

Blockchain technology, development, and platform companies can have a hard time getting funding from venture capital (VC) companies. VC companies specialize in funding certain types of companies and approaching them the wrong way can quickly end the process. Key information and data is necessary for their review and valuation. Having the right types of demos and proof of business value can make a dramatic difference in business valuation. Listen to this session to learn how to find and approach the right VC companies, what information and documentation is necessary, and the types of demos and other value is helpful.

About Christiain Kameir

Christian Kameir is Managing Partner at blockchain venture fund Sustany Capital. Christian has been a tech entrepreneur since the dial-up days and his current focus is tokenization strategies and smart-contracts and virtual asset investing. Christian Kameir led the merger of two of the earliest Internet service providers as general counsel for Nikoma, today part of the largest European ISP in 2000. After founding Yelp-predecessor Colizer in 2004, and selling the operation in 2008, Christian joined the board of several high-tech companies. In addition to majoring in business, he is master-certified in NLP and a graduate of Muenster’s School of Law. He is known for publishing on of the first law blogs in Europe and drafting laws for the open telecommunication market, specifically innovative services. Christian is an official member of Forbes Finance Council and seasoned public speaker on topics ranging from high-tech investing to blockchain technologies.



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