The blockchain mobility data initiative will gain crucial exposure at the exclusive summit in October for investors and emerging growth companies, bringing further momentum to its already successful crowdsale.
3 October 2017, London, UK – Transport mobility project DOVU will enjoy a high profile at the Monaco Growth Forum Blockchain Summit, where one of the project’s Advisors, LDJ Capital’s David Drake, will deliver a Keynote address. DOVU will deliver a presentation on the benefits of bringing blockchain technology to data sharing in the transport sector, creating a circular economy that aligns interests and benefits all stakeholders. Access to an audience of forward-thinking delegates from the investment community is expected to ensure that the project meets its funding targets.
Invitation-only investor networking
Monaco Growth Forums (MGF) is an exclusive, invitation-only conference that brings together growth companies seeking capital or greater international investor exposure and the world’s most successful financiers. The 9th conference will be held on 17-19 October. Hosted by MGF founder Andreea Porcelli, who has over 20 years of experience in connecting investors with small-cap companies, the event will also welcome David Wachsman of Wachsman PR at the Stafford Hotel in London and The Riviera Marriott Hotel in Monaco.
The summit represents an unparalleled opportunity to connect with key individuals and business angels in the international investment community. MGF was launched to link top emerging growth companies from around the world with established institutional investors and industry professionals, bringing mutual opportunities and synergies. The topic of the address will be ‘The Makings of a Successful ICO Launch’. With a pre-sale that attracted over 17,000 ETH, DOVU has first-hand experience of this.
A new paradigm for data
DOVU aims to revolutionise the transport industry by means of a blockchain-powered marketplace for data. High-quality data is critical for innovation within the mobility sector, but acquiring large and sufficiently granular data-sets is extremely difficult. DOVU will crowdsource these from grassroots users, allowing them to upload relevant information to the DOVU network and rewarding participation with the DOV token. Transport businesses will use the same token to pay for data, as required.
DOVU’s powerful business proposition and unique mix of industry partnerships and expert advisors has already translated into a successful start to its tokensale. It has also resulted in a promising business pipeline, with the first projects going live in 2018. Access to further key individuals and investment at MGF is expected to yield further opportunities and ensure that the crowdsale reaches its maximum cap.
DOVU’s public tokensale goes live on 3 October at 17:00 UTC. Tokens will be sold at a 10% bonus for the first 24 hours. DOV tokens can be purchased with Ether, with a minimum contribution of 0.05 ETH. The crowdsale will end on 17 October, or when the hard cap of 85,362 ETH (approximately $25 million) is reached.