Investor Connect – Episode 161 – Andrey Voronkov of Voronkov Ventures

Investor Connect – Episode 161 – Andrey Voronkov of Voronkov Ventures

December 30, 2018 by investor

Andrey Voronkov of Voronkov Ventures

In this episode, Hall interviews Andrey Voronkov of Voronkov Ventures. Voronkov Ventures is an investment and consulting company working in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and provides services on ICO analytics, investment and consulting. Leaning on the its own ranking system, the company gives detailed analysis of ICOs to investors. Voronkov Ventures has developed several projects based on a principle of decentralization and using blockchain technology.

Andrey talks about his background before coming to Crypto, before discussing the state of investing in blockchain. Andrey discusses how the industry is evolving, and where he sees it moving in the future. Andrey goes over his investment thesis for blockchain technology, the challenges and risks in the blockchain space, and the immediate opportunities open to investors.

You can find Voronkov Ventures at https://andreyvoronkov.com/en.
Andrey can be reached on LinkedIN at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewvoronkov/.
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