Building The World's Most Trusted Fine Wine Marketplace

About this Event

The global wine market is a $350B growth industry, but a lack of both security and transparency with investment-grade wines has kept investors bottled up. Now, WineChain is changing that by deploying blockchain technology to create the world’s most trusted fine wine marketplace. WineChain has developed a high-tech platform that enables customers around the globe to purchase and sell directly from wineries safely, securely, and at preferential pricing. Once purchased and/or sold, the wine is kept in a secure world-class storage facility until owners choose to have it delivered.

Register now to join our fireside chat with:
  • Michael Terpin: CEO of Transform Ventures, and “The Godfather of Crypto” according to CNN
  • Nicholas Mendiharat: Co-founder and CEO of WineChain, a global wine trading platform
They’ll discuss using blockchain to securitize and authenticate transactions and how that is disrupting the $100B fine wine trading market.

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

May 14


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