In a recent blog post, it was revealed that the third Blockchain Founders Hangout (BFH 3.0) will kick off in Abuja, Nigeria, on September 25th, 2022.
BFH Was Once Launched In Lagos In Early 2022 By Adaverse
The BFH 1.0 was launched previously in Lagos, Nigeria this year by Cardano accelerator, Adaverse in collaboration with EMURGO Africa to help connect and identify Young Africans developing the next wave of socially impactful solutions using Web 3.0 tools.
Over 200 Attendees In BFH Lagos Event
Per the source, the event witnessed a huge gathering of over 200 attendees in Lagos which include Startup founders in Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, cryptocurrency proponents, blockchain evangelists, policy experts, press media and some others that are passionate about building a digitally relevant economy in Africa.
BFH Will Be Held To Offer Solutions For All Startup Needs
As stated by Business Today, Vincent Li and ChutaChimezie, both partners at Adverse, will be in Abuja on Sunday to meet with entrepreneurs, startups, blockchain developers, and other company representatives to hold discussions about the challenges faced by African Web3 startups and to offer solutions for all startup needs.
The event in Abuja, Nigeria will cover;
- The ground-breaking Web 3.0 projects in Africa
- Adaverse portfolio companies
- EMURGO Africa’s investment goals
- And how young entrepreneurs can get support for startup growth
Facts about EMURGO Africa
EMURGO offers services and products to governments, businesses, startups, and developers wanting to develop Web3 solutions on Cardano.
Its 2021 goal was to gather the resources needed to encourage the use of Cardano as the default tech infrastructure platform for businesses producing Web 3.0 products to aid the rapidly increasing African digital economy.
Facts About Adaverse
It is known as the Cardano ecosystem accelerator, formed as a joint venture between EMURGO Africa and Everest Ventures, that brings together business owners, technology experts, and mentors to support young startups building the future of Africa on Web 3.0 tools.