Blockchain technology has experienced a lot of growth in the last few years. The immutable peer-to-peer distributed ledger system created by Satoshi Nakamoto was given a little chance to survive at the initial stage. Still, many people are now betting on several blockchain projects. The popularity of blockchain has attracted many experts driven towards technology. According to the report published by Techjury, 90% of European banks explored blockchain in 2019.
The blockchain ledger has attracted many professionals, including investors, blockchain developers, and business experts, who have joined many blockchain projects worldwide. According to Hired, an average salary for a blockchain developer is between $150,000 and $175,000 per year to compare; an average software engineer salary stands at $137,000 per year.
The blockchain environment is attractive to experts because blockchain companies are now more lucrative than other industries’ jobs. We understand that, and we plan to build a business workspace cafe for blockchain experts in selected places across Europe at Kelta. Currently, there are limited options for blockchain experts around the world to meet and collaborate in person. We plan on building workspaces across Europe, and other parts of the world, by creating blockchain cafes. Experts worldwide can form a team with investors and venture capitalists to start a new blockchain project within Kelta cafes. The collaborative efforts are compatible with our workspace, and Kelta cafes will focus on providing a strictly dedicated environment to blockchain technology experts and enthusiasts. Kelta cafes developed towards creating a temporary habitat for people to discuss the latest happenings in technology. Our workplaces are designed to always have an internet connection, and thus provide the blockchain teams with a suitable environment for development. New ideas can come in through relevant discussions, innovations can be made, and suitable investors can support potential ideas to become successful projects.
According to Bitcoin.com, 1.5 billion $ was raised through IEOs (initial exchange offerings) in the earlier part of 2019. One of the most significant challenges blockchain projects have is raising the capital for their projects. The process of listing on exchanges is capital intensive and a laborious process, with top exchanges demanding up to US$ 3 million for listing their projects. Most blockchain startups cannot afford to pay up to that amount in their projects’ initial stages. We understand that new blockchain innovation may not be brought to life due to the challenges of raising capital. Kelta cafes provide a robust environment for blockchain venture capitalists to invest in blockchain projects, enabling a hassle-free money-raising environment. The process of listing projects and verifying identities is eliminated with our workspaces.
Another problem with blockchain’s public space is scams; many projects are not more than a beautifully designed whitepaper. It is safer to say that many projects invest more in graphic designers and other paraphernalia than actually executing the projects. A blockchain intelligence firm, Diar, in their new research, suggested that up to $100 million in cryptocurrency has been stolen via initial coin offering (ICO) exit scams. Many investors may be reluctant to back new projects that are listed on exchanges. With our Kelta unique blockchain workplace, trust can quickly be gained because project owners can physically meet with investors. Our facilities ensure a secluded place for negotiations, and deals can be closed at both ends through a legal team.
In the blockchain world, education is essential; many potential users and investors don’t understand how the technology works and how it can impact our present world. Kelta cafes will provide a platform where educators can meet newbies who are willing to start their careers in the blockchain industry, to motivate them on becoming experts in the field. Our collaborative environment allows for effective communication between trainers and students. Students can focus thanks to a concentrated workspace created. Unlike other workspaces that are less concise and educative. Blockchain professionals will learn how to monetize their skills and spot new job opportunities in the industry with our unique environment.
We will start the building of the Kelta cafes in Bratislava, Slovakia, with the next one in Prague, Czech Republic. The plan is to make hundreds of workspaces within a year of starting this initiative. We are going to create innovative blockchain workspaces around the world. And planning to develop blockchain projects and professionals that will change the world as a whole.
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