On this premiere episode of Token Tank, we, (a united group of independent influencers with the same objective vision), invite Max Wang, the CMO of BGOGO to answer some tough questions and explain to us what BGOGO is all about. BGOGO has coined itself as the exchange “of the community, by the community, for the community.” Let’s explore this in detail with Max!
BGOGO Website: https://bgogo.com/
BGOGO White Paper: https://bgogo.com/assets/white-paper/BGG-Token-Whitepaper-v1.7.2EN.pdf
? What are your thoughts on BGOGO? Please leave your comments below! ?
Our panelists for this episode of Token Tank include:
? K-Dub | Founder & Reporter at Crypto Zombie
? Brad | Founder & Reporter at BlockchainBrad
? Lark | Founder & Reporter at The Crypto Lark
? Julian | Partner at Game Theory Group & Reporter at The Blockchain Brief
TOKEN TANK is a show that invites top tier blockchain and crypto startups to pitch their project to an assortment of blockchain/crypto panelists ranging from backgrounds in media, VC, engineering, and more. The focus of the show is to provide high quality, objective reporting, exposure, and information about the featured project to encourage viewers of the show to conduct their own due diligence and form their own conclusions about the invited project.
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