BTC Wires organises Wire Summit 2018

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BTC Wires organises Wire Summit 2018

Monday, 03 December 2018 | PNS | New Delhi

BTC WIRES on Sunday organised “WIRE SUMMIT 2018”, with a view to promote investment in Blockchain-based startups. It was an extensive investment focused event held in New Delhi.

BTCWIRES, the organisers have in the past covered various global blockchain conferences and summits. The event was organised in partnership with Fintech Valley, Vizag, Government of Andhra Pradesh.

 “Fintech Valley, Vizag as part of the Vizag Fintech Festival 2018 has hosted a number of blockchain start-ups like Belfrics, BlockTrust and R3. The discussion in the Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology space has moved to understand how real Blockchain impact is through successful full-scale implementations beyond the Pilots,” says JA Chowdary — Special Chief Secretary & IT Advisor to the Chief Minister — Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.

Investor Groups and companies like R3, Nair Ventures, Swiss Investment Group and Indian partners from Angelist, IAN, and other top investment firms in the country with a host of Experienced Traditional and Prominent Angel Investors attended the event.

“The main objective of Wire Summit is to promote, facilitate and execute investments into blockchain based Startups and DApp Projects. The event will be one of its kind in India, largest in terms of investor relations in Blockchain Sector.” Said Vinay Nair, Managing Partner at Nair Ventures speaking at the event.

The participating startups got a chance to showcase their products and ideas to a massive audience around the globe as the event was covered by reputed national and international Media Publications around the world and also locally in Japanese, Chinese, French, Vietnamese, and Russian news platforms.

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