Launch an ICO/Crypto Project in a Weekend (2022 Pilot) is happening on Saturday, November 05, 2022 at 07:00AM EDT at The Knickerbocker and It's Free
Want to launch your own ICO/NFT Market/Metaverse/Crypto Project, but don't know how to do it?
First of all, welcome to the club. The process can be overwhelmingly confusing. Most give up at the first hurdle. Secondly, you can always get someone to launch your ICO for you but the typical cost for this can set you back from $50k - $500k.
To overcome these challenges, we will be piloting a weekend program to guide new crypto founders in a pilot on how to DIY and learn together - to project manage the launch of a brand new ICO/NFT Market/Metaverse/Crypto Project, in one short and sweet weekend.
We will run through everything a newbie crypto founder needs to know (no matter if you're the average beginner or seasoned crypto nerd), and give you all the tools you need to DIY your own launch - like case studies of successful and unsuccessful launches, identifying the choices you will have to make, and the options available to you, as well as the risks you have to manage and strategies to do so, roadmaps, how to develop your projects, the documents you'll need (with done-for-you templates provided), DIY marketing strategies with battle-tested scripts & automations, finding your team (for different budgets) and more.
As this will be a pilot event and due to COVID restrictions, we will only be taking a limited number of applicants per destination. The pilot will be run online and in multiple locations across the globe, subject to numbers being confirmed.(Check our other events for these other different locations.)
LocationNew York, EEUU
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Mariot Marquis, 1535 Broadway, New York
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