AllianceBlock Selected As 1 Of 15 Best Early-Stage Startups To Speak at Money20/20, Europe’s Largest Fintech Conference

It has been a busy May for AllianceBlock, prognosticating an even busier June!

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Rachid, Amber and Matthijs — AllianceBlock founding team.

First, we are delighted to have been selected with 122 other startups to join the Money20/20 Startup Academy.

Money20/20 is the largest Fintech conference in Europe taking place in Amsterdam on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of June. With over 6000 attendees from more than 2000 companies and 82 countries, representing every sector of the Payments (Mastercard, Visa, SWIFT…), FinTech (Starling Bank, Coinbase, Ripple…), VCs (Softbank, Index Ventures, Accel…), Media (Forbes, Business Insider, Coin Desk…) and financial services ecosystem (JP Morgan, HSBC, London Stock Exchange…), Money20/20 brings together visionaries and innovators from across the spectrum who are inventing new ways to spend, manage, save, borrow, share and protect money.

Every year, to celebrate and accelerate the potential of the next generation of startups building the future of money, they recruit around 100 of the industry’s newest and brightest companies to take part in the Money20/20 Europe Startup Academy.

AllianceBlock is delighted to have made the cut and is looking forward to network and exchange with world-class attendees, influential media and global partners.

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Second, thanks to the votes of our Community, AllianceBlock is 1 of only 8 startups to have been selected by public voting to directly go to the Grand Finale of “Get in the Ring” in Berlin on June 17th.

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