Blockchain technology is an opportunity to change the way we see illiquid assets of ownership including venture capital, with implications for all stakeholders, according to a discussion moderated by GCV editor-in-chief James Mawson.

The debate featured Thomas Zehnder, general partner at medical technology and life sciences-focused venture capital firm BlueOcean Ventures, and Ami Ben David, co-founder and managing partner of tokenised fund manager Spice Venture Capital. BlueOcean Ventures has opted to build a security token offering (STO) platform to facilitate crypto-investments into its second medtech-orientated venture fund, BlueOcean…

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