MBA Blockchain Venture Competition

150 teams from 9 schools globally participated in our 2017-2018 MBA Blockchain Venture Competition, resulting in 3 winning teams and 4 runners-up. The winning teams each will receive cash prizes of $3,000 and all participating teams are eligible for internship and full-time roles at ConsenSys. This competition will be back in the fall of 2018 for an even bigger and better program.

2017-2018 Winners

Toquity | INSEAD | Ownership recording on the Ethereum blockchain

d.rect | Berkeley Haas FinTech Club | Decentralized international roaming data exchange protocol

Carriage | TECH CLUB — Harvard Business School | Electric vehicle charging infrastructure

2017-2018 Runners-Up

Celeri | Berkeley Haas FinTech Club | Securitization

Go-To-Market Pangea | Berkeley Haas FinTech Club | Real estate investment democratization

Kivio | MIT FinTech Club | Smart Contracts and document management for ocean-freights

Judg.io | Penn Blockchain club | Dispute resolution infrastructure via smart contract subjectivity

We challenge you to create the best new Ethereum venture

The 2017-2018 competition was opened to current students of the 9 participating schools.

Benefits of participating in this competition

- Funding for your new venture by ConsenSys

- Industry-leading blockchain experts as mentors to boost your pitch development

- A network of like-minded student teams and access to blockchain developers

- Potential full-time positions at the world's largest blockchain venture studio

- Cash prizes for winning teams

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