Emerging Europe Talks Success and Failure — Web3 with MVP Workshop’s Ivan Bjelajac

Web3 is the next generation of the internet that aims at shifting power from big tech companies to individual users. What this means is that, rather than availing themselves of free tech platforms in exchange for their data, users can participate in the governance and operation of the protocols themselves.

As a result, they become participants and shareholders, not just customers or products. In Web3, these shares are called tokens or cryptocurrencies, and they represent ownership of decentralised networks known as blockchains. 

MVP Workshop is a Serbian venture builder company focused on Web3, instrumental in creating over 50 blockchain products, including two unicorns, Celsius Network and Polygon. The company works on several blockchain projects focused on FinTech, Supply Chain, Asset Management and Healthcare. 

Ivan Bjelajac, a serial entrepreneur, one of the founders and the CEO of MVP Workshop, speaks with Andrew Wrobel about the future of blockchain technology. They also speak about his earlier experience in building Devana Technologies – one of the most successful Serbian tech companies whose solutions were acquired by GoDaddy, as well as his other successes and failures. 

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