For all the recent dips and bloodbaths, investors are still looking for crypto projects that could pay off in the long run. This quest has now prompted DX.Exchange to host an ICO pitch in the lookout for promising projects. Held at the London Summit 2018’s Crypto Trading Floor, The demo slam will feature a total of eight to ten projects, which will be competing for a free listing on the exchange at its launch – a perk worth $250K.
The pitch will be held on November 14th, at the Old Billingsgate’s Vaults, and is aimed at projects with a solid token model, a product in existence, and proved traction (pre-seed investing, first clients or users using the product, etc.).
“We’re looking for the next project that will help the crypto community to cross the 1 billion dollar threshold,” said DX.Exchange’s CEO, Daniel Skowronski.
The exchange is now receiving applications, and token projects can submit their application in the form below.
DX.Exchange’s team will review applications and will publish the shortlist of ten token projects. Each will have a 10-minute slot during the day, to showcase their wares and win the audience and judges over. The winner will be announced in DX.Exchange’s area at the event’s Crypto Trading Floor. The winner will receive not only eternal fame, but also a free listing at the exchange, which, for its part, boasts over 500K users.
The pitch is part of the London Summit, Europe’s largest event for the financial services sector. As of 2016, the summit has included a growing crypto focus. Held at the Old Billingsgate on November 13-14, the London Summit 2018 offers the largest cryptocurrency trading industry gathering, creating opportunities for learning, meeting contacts and forging new business ties.
Specifically, DX.Exchange will participate in a panel discussion charting the choppy waters of crypto trading. Along with market leaders from Coinfloor, SeedCX, and others, the exchange’s CEO Daniel Skowronski will weigh in on various trading models and their implications for retail and institutional traders.
An estimated 3,000 are expected to be in attendance this year, making the event truly one of the largest in Europe. Can’t get enough of ICOs or crypto? With new regulations, a more defined structure, and larger demands from clients, the cryptocurrency industry will be a primary area of focus at the London Summit. Don’t miss your chance to sign up today.
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