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Pitch Night with Charlie Lee – Do’s and don’ts of pitching Blockchain technology projects.

Organized by The Blockchain Collective and SF EOS
Hosted by G. Shavilingham and Bryan Haupt

Come enjoy a free night with Charlie Lee, Wulf Kaal and in downtown San Francisco. We’ll have light refreshments and time for networking before we get started at 7pm. We’ll start off by learning what these blockchain leaders are currently up to, and best of all, get free insight into the do’s and don’ts of pitching a blockchain project.

There will be a variety of projects who are bootstrapping their organizations which will be giving 4 – 6 minute presentations on their projects, followed by a panel including Charlie [and Jeremy] as well as 3 other panelists who have a variety of backgrounds in the blockchain community. These 5 panelists will then be able to offer insights from their expertise to the presenters.

After we’ve gotten through our panelists and all our projects, we may have time to open the panel to the audience for a brief Q&A before the evening is over. Questions will be prescreened to save time and read from the co-host of the event.

Meet the Judges:
Charlie Lee is the founder of Litecoin, a peer to peer payments platform much like Bitcoin. Charlie has been working in the space since its infancy and created Litecoin in 2011. Past roles include being the director of engineering at Coinbase. Charlie currently works full time to help Litecoin achieve mass adoption.

Heidi Yu is a serial entrepreneur, influencer, marketing evangelist, in the blockchain ecosystem. She holds an An MBA from Seattle University, and she successfully founded Boostinsider at the end of 2014. Boostinsider has the world's first AI-powered influencer search engine. Heidi also founded BOOSTO, an influencer driven decentralized app store that returns power to content creators. BOOSTO is a protocol which provides tools and libraries that developers can use to make DApps fast. Heidi also guest teaches about growth hacking at Draper University.

Ali Ayyash is founder & CEO of Lumeos, a San Francisco startup aiming to revolutionize online data sharing, using the EOS blockchain. Ali is also a technical advisor to multiple blockchain companies, and has over 6 years of software development at Google, Amazon, IBM and recently Beetoken.

Are you Interested in presenting at the event?
Currently we are looking for a couple more projects to present at this event -- you can inquire about this opportunity by contacting the organizers. Important note:, we’ll need to verify that your project is not doing or planning on doing an ICO in the future, as this event will not be including ICO projects.

Note, this venue has a maximum occupancy of 150, if the venue is full we will have to stop people at the door, this will be a first come first serve event and we will not be using a wait list.

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Steemit Meetup & Talk