Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 8, 2023, Chainwire
During the second day of the 26th global World Blockchain Summit in Dubai, Cypher Capital and Master Ventures announced their strategic investments in Common Wealth, a community-driven platform aimed at democratizing early-stage investments.
The World Blockchain Summit brought together top innovators, experts, and blockchain icons to discuss pivotal issues and solutions shaping the future of the blockchain industry. Cypher Capital and Master Ventures talked about their vision for advancing the industry further and making it more accessible to a broader audience.
Common Wealth aims to empower investors from diverse backgrounds by opening doors to early-stage investment opportunities and eliminating barriers that previously limited their access.
This announcement represents a collective commitment to a decentralized, inclusive, blockchain-driven future.
The World Blockchain Summit provided a platform for this investment announcement, underscoring the Summit’s crucial role in driving transformative industrial initiatives and strategic collaborations.
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About World Blockchain Summit (WBS)
World Blockchain Summit (WBS) is an event organized by Trescon to support the growth of the blockchain, crypto, and Web3 ecosystem worldwide. WBS is the world’s longest-running blockchain, crypto, and web3 summit series.
Since its inception in 2017, WBS has organized over 20 editions across 11 countries to create an ultimate networking and deal flow platform for the web3 ecosystem.
The Summit brings together global leaders, emerging startups, investors, developers, IT leaders, entrepreneurs, government authorities, and others.
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