What an incredible few days at Consensus New York!

As a fresh faced company looking to make headways in the industry, Consensus proved to be a great stage to show the industry what we’re all about and get people excited for WatermelonBlock’s future.

Given that the industry is still in its first 10 years, we were inspired to see such a big and buzzing crowd at Consensus, instilling even further excitement for WatermelonBlock’s place in the industry. As an Australian company, we don’t get to engage with masses of crypto buffs very often, so we were peckish to jump right in and talk all things crypto, blockchain, AI & FinTech. With so many likeminded people around, Consensus was a great platform to see how the world is engaging with the space, share opinions and meet with thought leaders.

Sonia chatting with a Toronto Stock Exchange representative.

Setting up shop with our fellow Australian compatriots and blockchain business partners, Asta Solutions, we were thrilled to share our product with so many blockchain enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and investors. When we weren’t doing a ‘walk’ of the conference, we were engaging potential partners and interested investors. So many people to talk to, so little time!

Elliot and Sonia showcasing our website at the Asta Solutions stand.

Above just chatting, we were able to take people through our White Paper and let investors and enthusiasts play around with our app, providing a great opportunity for feedback on what we are doing and the direction we should be taking.

The team eating tacos with Ed Cotler VP of investment at Goldman Sachs’

We were lucky enough to meet with delegates from the following organisations; Simon from Blockchain Frontier, Matthew from He3 Labs, Josh from Austrade, Cathy from Cervin Ventures, Brian & Emre from RenGen Labs, Mohammed from Canndollar, Michael from Crypto KABN, Tim from Ledger, Gary from Debevoise & Plimpton, Dan from Token Agency, Mate from Bitcoin.com, Jeremie from Kraken, Jane from the Blockchain Research Institute, David from Element group, Sten from Adara, and Albert from NEM. Safe to say, it was a busy three days.

Elliot chatting to Jeremie from Kraken

After chatting with potential investors, partners and likeminded individuals at Consensus, we recognized the importance of using Sentiment Analysis in bridging market gaps relating to information sharing, investor decision making, data analysis and data scaling. The future for WatermelonBlock is looking brighter than ever. See you again next year, Consensus New York!


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