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Apply to exhibit for free at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2018 – TechCrunch

Back in July, TechCrunch held a sold-out event focusing on Blockchain and we want to see those startups at Disrupt this year! On 29-30 November thousands of attendees will descend on Berlin, and what better way to get your blockchain business in front of them than to exhibit in Startup Alley?

Oh wait, we know a better way — apply to be a TechCrunch Top Pick and exhibit at Disrupt Berlin for FREE! Our highly discerning editors will review every application and choose up to five of the absolute best early-stage blockchain startups. Each TC Top Pick receives one free Startup Alley Exhibitor Package along with prime real estate in Startup Alley where they can strut their stuff in front of influential technologists and investors, potential collaborators and customers. It’s an opportunity you can’t afford to miss, so don’t wait — apply before the 28 September deadline.

Here’s what you get with a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package.

One-day exhibit space
Three Disrupt Berlin Founder Passes
Access to CrunchMatch (our free investor-to-startup matching platform)
Access to the Disrupt press list
A chance to be selected as one of the Startup Battlefield Wild Card companies (and you might even compete in our $50,000 startup-pitch competition)

You’ll also have the opportunity to hear some of Europe’s blockchain movers and shakers speak from the Main Stage. People like Vinay Gupta, Founder of Mattererum and Kaidi Ruusalepp, Founder and CEO of Funderbeam.

Disrupt Berlin 2018 takes place on 29-30 November. If you want a shot at being one of the blockchain TC Top Picks and exhibiting for free in Startup Alley, then apply here before 28 Sept. We can’t wait to see you in Berlin!

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