When startups come to Crypto Valley they are looking for many things - but one thing most of all: money. And that means finding investors. While the rapid rise of ICOs has (seemingly) put venture capital firms on the back foot, it would be a mistake to think that VCs don’t still play a role in the process.Read More
What can I do to get coverage in the media for my blockchain startup? What can I do to attract the attention and interest of the top blockchain journalists in the industry?
These are common questions among startup founders - and they are good questions to ask.Read More
One of the most critical parts of getting set up with a blockchain/crypto projects is finding good legal counsel. In fact, you might say it is the most important piece of the puzzle - at least to start with.
Switzerland has gained a reputation as a world leader in legal innovation - as evidenced in the number of crypto projects coming to Crypto Valley and looking for help and guidance.Read More
Technology is rolling into the world of real estate and generating a great emoting of interest. But adopting proptech solutions simply for the sake of being innovative isn’t enough to make customers fall in love with those who use them.Read More
Knowing how to approach crypto journalists is a skill and a rare one at that. Public relations for that matter - much like sales - remains a dark art, one that seems to many to be almost magical.Read More
The world is overrun by crypto events and crypto conferences.
But how do you know which ones to attend? Are the hefty price tags worth it? Here are a few things to keep in mind…Read More
Decentralized application development is harder than it should be.
That's the guiding framework behind Clovyr, a new startup launched by two former JPMorgan blockchain employees that seeks to provide a new layer of enterprise-driven services between blockchains and user-facing applications.Read More
WHETHER IT IS Cambridge Analytica gaining access to private information on up to 87 million Facebook users, or the large-scale data breaches at Equifax or Yahoo, alarmingly loose standards for the use and protection of customer data continue to fuel a backlash against large tech companies.Read More