The organizers behind the TechCrunch Disrupt event series are on the hunt for blockchain startups.
According to the media firm, TechCrunch is hosting a 'Blockchain Pavilion' as part of its Startup Alley initiative at the conference in San Francisco this autumn. As part of that push, company is aiming to select three startups that will get to exhibit at the event free of charge.
Startups that apply for the competition before 15th July are eligible, with the event taking place between 18th and 20th September. The startups selected will be announced at the end of July, according to TechCrunch.
Besides getting to exhibit, the winners will also each receive two free tickets for the entire event, with an invitation to an off-record network event with investors and access to TechCrunch's investor matching service.
TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual event for the startup community, hosted in San Fransisco, New York and London. This year it will also take place in Berlin in December.
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