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Ripple CTO and Chief Cryptographer Join Slush Tokyo on March 28

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Ripple’s CTO, Stefan Thomas, and Chief Cryptographer, David Schwartz will be attending the opening night at Slush Tokyo on March 28.

The official page of the event says:

In collaboration with Ripple, Slush Tokyo invites you to attend Opening Night co-hosted with Ripple on March 27th. We’re honored to kick off the night with Ripple, including guest appearances by Ripple’s CTO, Stefan Thomas, and Chief Cryptographer, David Schwartz. Join us at the Andaz Tokyo Rooftop Bar for a fun-filled evening of music and delicious refreshments with your fellow tech-heads to kick off Slush Tokyo!

Slush has grown from a 300 person assembly in Helsinki, Finland to a world-renowned event, now spreading globally. The philosophy behind Slush has remained the same: to help the next generation of great, world-conquering companies forward. Since 2015, Slush has made Tokyo its home too, gathering 5,000 attendees in 2017.

Slush has always been characterized by a unique energy and enthusiasm. The very core of Slush is to facilitate founder and investor meetings and to build a world-wide startup community.

Slush is a student-driven non-profit movement operating all over the world. In 2015, Slush was organized in Tokyo and Beijing for the first time. In 2016, Slush took over Tokyo, Shanghai, and Singapore.

In addition to the global community events, Slush is expanding rapidly to other parts of the world. They co-organize events together with the most prominent startup hubs across all continents.

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