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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.

WineChain is focused on the high end of the wine market where white-glove service matters and margins are higher. The company already has more than 100 landmark wineries from France, Italy, Spain, Australia, and the U.S. on board and many customers active on the exchange. WineChain backers include prestigious wine houses as well as family offices, VCs, and global logistics leader CMA CGM.

Watch the webinar and hear how WineChain is forging a dynamic Web3 community uniting wine enthusiasts, top winemakers, and collectors in their shared love for fine wines.

Video On Demand

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February 6


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