BlackSeaChain is a blockchain conference that is powered up by the Bulgarian Blockchain Community
BlackSeaChain 2022 was held live on September 1st and 2nd at the International Hotel Casino & Tower Suites in Golden Sands, Bulgaria.
The event brought together blockchain tech and business professionals to explore decentralized economy and finance solutions, dive into new trends and use cases, focus on building transforming technologies, and exchange best practices and ideas.
More than 30 speakers – top blockchain developers and representatives of leading companies showed their most successful projects and expertise, transforming the business into a transparent, decentralized, and efficient digital environment.
One of the keynote speakers and a panel moderator was Emiliyan Enev – the president of Startup Factory.
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EBSI Bulgaria Presents the ‘Blockchain and the Future of Public Services’ Conference on May 12th
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Startup Factory’s certificates secured on blockchain with ReCheck
Startup Factory utilized ReCheck’s online service for registering documents on blockchain for its recent batch of certificates.
Startup Factory is a non-profit organization that has been working already for seven years to develop the digital and entrepreneurial skills of students and adults from Ruse and to improve the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the region. The team organizes trainings and thematic events in three directions: PROGRAMMING, DESIGN and ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Actively promotes the opportunities provided by decentralized technologies and BLOCKCHAIN and their application in business.
The America for Bulgaria Foundation (ABF) is an independent, nonpartisan, and nonpolitical American grant-making foundation working in partnership with Bulgarians to strengthen the country’s private sector and related democratic institutions.
ABF builds on the success of the Bulgarian- American Enterprise Fund, an investment fund created in 1991 by the U.S. Congress with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development. For more information, please visit www.us4bg.org.