Web3 native #Cryptopreneurship
Realizing the web3 native dream through the work done in the bitfwd crypto community ventures network.
The best way to achieve adoption of Blockchain tech is by practicing the ethos in your entrepreneurial craft. The industry has matured significantly since 2017 and initial hype has since died down.
Bitfwd currently has multiple working products including DAOs, DeFi, mobile support and we’re just getting started.
Join Daniel Bar the founder of bitfwd (bitfwd.com) to discuss this and more.
A little background around Daniel;
Daniel is an entrepreneur with a primary focus on decentralized web technologies. He is the founder of bitfwd and currently serves as Chairman. Daniel is particularly interested in disruptive innovation in the FinTech space and promotes equitable business models through opensource systems and crypto economic empowerment. Daniel was selected as an impact entrepreneur fellow to join the Edmund Hillary Fellowship program.
He is based mostly in APAC (Australia, New Zealand and China).
Daniel leads global Blockchain collaborations involving grassroots developers communities, high profile tech projects, venture funding activities, academic research groups, NFPs and governmental organizations. His work attracted government grants and sponsorship from China, Australia, New Zealand and Israel.
Prior to Blockchain technology ventures Daniel was involved in research and engineering roles in areas such as Quantum Computation, Nanoelectronics and Biosensors.
Daniel holds an MSc degree in Nanotechnology from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and a graduate of the QLC Orion Entrepreneurship program from the Business School at the University of New South Wales.
Daniel cares deeply about initiatives in the education space, advancement of indigenous people, gender equality, diversity & inclusion, and environmental sustainability.
This event is brought to you by BlockchainNZ (www.blockchain.org.nz).
The venue for this event has been generously donated by the Enspiral Devacademy.