Blockchain Startup Pitches: 5 Startups x 5 Minutes – Get to Know 5 Promising Blockchain Startups in Germany Within 60 Minutes

BLOCKROCKET is a dedicated accelerator for blockchain startups that helps startups to get access to the German blockchain ecosystem throughout a variety of exclusive events and services. In times of the current Corona crisis, we need to respond with appropriate, digital solutions.

Every month, BLOCKROCKET handpicks a few promising early-stage blockchain startups to pitch their business case in front of 200+ leading executives, founders, and investors from the blockchain ecosystem in Germany. This time, we also include a small jury of business angels and VCs who will pick a monthly winner at the end of the event.


  • Finery Tech – Investech and Research firm (Ilia Drozdov)
  • Trality – Platform for Algorithmic Crypto Trading (Moritz Putzhammer)
  • ditCraft – Software-Testing-as-a-Service provider (Marvin Kruse)
  • License.Rocks – Licensing Platform (Daud Zulfacar)
  • To be announced


  • Olaf Hannemann, Co-Founder, CV VC
  • Nicolas Priem, Managing Director, Tioga Capital Partners


Benjamin Horvath, Blockrocket – European blockchain accelerator


Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020

Time: 9h00-10h00

Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the online talk


Blockchain and community building. This is our mission. The Coronavirus did not make things easier for us, but we will now move our business online to help education and dissemination in the blockchain area.

You want to become our speaker? We aim at 500+ video conference participants per talk. Write to:


We do online talks and online panel discussions 2x per week. We frequently post our next events on Twitter and on LinkedIn. Follow us to stay up to date:


This talk will be held in English.





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