Are the recent successful Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) by Atlanta-based cybersecurity healthcare startup Patientory ($7.2 million, July 2017) and distributed cloud storage startup Storj ($30 million, May 2017) signs of funding trends to come? To date, companies have raised more than $1.3 billion in proceeds via this cryptocurrency funding mechanism. But what is it? And is it the right tool for every entrepreneur looking to raise capital?
Join a diverse and dynamic panel comprised of market experts for their perspectives on ICOs on Aug. 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Community Room at ATDC. REGISTER HERE.
Moderated by ATDC FinTech Catalyst Jeff Gapusan, the panel will discuss the process and lessons learned, the implications of future regulations, and possibilities for entrepreneurs and investors, alike.
Panelists for the Initial Coin Offerings: What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know discussion include:
- Chrissa McFarlane, Patientory, Founder & CEO
- Austin Mills, Morris, Manning & Martin
- Brendan Wales, Investor, e.ventures
- Shawn Wilkinson, Storj, Founder