Australia's premier crypto fund Apollo Capital is set to present their investment analysis of the Decred project on Tuesday 20th November 2018 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Stone and Chalk in Melbourne.
This much anticipated event, will see a departure from the format of previous Decred meetups in Australia. In fact, it has been described in the official promotional statements as, "the first of its kind in Australia for the cryptocurrency market, where we focus on sharing the thoughts and strategies of influential investors."
Both the technology and business aspects of Decred will be examined by Apollo capital CIO Henrik Andersson. He brings to the table an impressive resume, including more than 17 years of global financial market experience, which involved nearly a decade working on Wall Street.
For further details, and to sign up for this free event, visit, Investment Analysis of Decred.
YBF Ventures in Melbourne, recently hosted UK Investment Minister, Graham Stuart, who was in Australia to launch the Rocketship Award Program. According to its website, this program aims to, "connect Australia and New Zealand’s fast-rising tech stars with the UK’s world-leading growth eco-system of VCs, advisors, customers and support networks."
As part of his discussions with members of the Melbourne tech scene, Minister Stuart was introduced to Decred by project contributor, Joshua Buirski. Of the discussions, Buirski stated on Twitter that he was, "Looking forward to seeing how immigration frameworks can be adjusted for decentralised open-source communities."