NY-based Equiti Games Wins Founder World Championship Startup Contest

Founder World, the largest community blockchain conference announced that the York-based Equiti Games won first place at the Founder World Championship. A Chinese and Canadian company had both secured the second and third place in a tie.

Equiti Games

Founder World, the largest community blockchain conference announced the winners of its Founder World Championship, a startup competition in the blockchain space. The ultimate winner was the New York-based Equiti Games. Two companies from abroad had tied, taking home both the titles of both second and third place.

Winners Of The Founder World Championship

SEAL from China and Yesbit from Canada both won the second and third place, respectively, in the competition.

The first-place recipient Equiti Games is a curated blockchain-based gaming system that powers the purchase, exchange and distribution of digital games. It allows gamers and creators to own and sell their games with a digital asset that reinforces ownership rights.

Equiti Games is supported by StarFish Network, an organization that creates learning hubs and community engagement for blockchain and other decentralized technologies.

The blockchain conference Founder World, which arranged the championship, is hosted by F50 Ventures, Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs, US-China Blockchain Association, and Blockchain Founder Club.

The competition was open to a plethora of startups from around the world. Besides the top three winning startups, the Founder World Championship listed its 20 finalist startups.

F50 Ventures officials, who in part hosted the competition, were pleased with the event, with two of them having sounded off their satisfaction.

“We are very pleased to have a large diversity of great startups participating,” said the Venture Partner of F50 Ventures and Secretary General of the selection committee, Jim Steele.

“We want to thank 200 community leaders from all over the world who had participated in this event. F50 would like to continue to support them,” F50 Partner Kezheng Jia added.

Founder World Championship

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The Founder World Championships

The Founder World Championship is one of the events held by Founder World, the Bay Area’s largest community-based, blockchain conference. Operating out of Silicon Valley, it seeks to elevate startup founders and blockchain developers.

In the Founder World Championship, along with its Global Community Leadership Summit, blockchain-based startups vie to win $2 Million in cryptocurrency investment and the title of Founder World Champion.

The competition saw thousands of world-class founders, developers, community leaders, investors and entrepreneurs from both Silicon Valley and around the world. They were able to mingle with industry experts and network with perspective partners.

Founder World had drawn in over 2,000 developers, founders, and investors on September 7th and 8th, in Draper University and the Palace of Fine Arts.

The top 20 finalists, in alphabetical order, in the Founder World Championship were:

1. Alza
2. Beam
3. ChanceChain
4. The Digital Reserve P.B.C.
5. Enumera
6. Equiti Games
7. Frequency Music Foundation
8. GSCPlatform.io
9. PHILEO
10. QOBIT
11. Random Chain
12. Scanta.io
13. SEAL
14. Seva Exchange Corporation
15. Social Chains
16. Taurus0x
17. TIIQU
18. Yesbit
19. YottaChain
20. Zeehaus

Founder World Championship is a global startup contest, in partnership with over 200 worldwide communities. It is free to all the developers, entrepreneurs, and investors.

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