For the event, more than 15 ventures sent a form to Quimera, in which they were asked to describe the business model with which they would present at this edition of CEM. There would be no additional specific requirements, inside or outside the form.
From the beginning, it was established that only six projects would be selected; according to Khal himself, the selection was difficult, as there were many outstanding projects suggesting the possibility of a second edition of this event. He also expressed how happy he was to find so much motivation to undertake and mobilize a little more from the Hispanic community.
The following is a summary of those fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to participate in the first edition of CEM, with five minutes of presentation and five minutes of Q&A from Hades:
– Karonte, along with his sister, forged Real Time Solutions, which would eventually develop into a company focused on selling apparel for the different factions of Star Atlas.
– Sir Trooper, exhibitor representative for La Mesa Redonda, proposing SOLVER, a bulletin board that provides the community with access to different services.
– Miguel Matallana brings a project that offers an outsourcing company to recruit personnel of different ranks, in addition to proposing an academic company to certify knowledge.
– Amarquez presented the already existing Hotel Kósmos, letting it be known that the Lore is of utmost importance to him. He explained that it is based on the hotel of the John Wick saga and knowing this, the purposes of this space is understood. In addition, he explained the functions of the exclusive bracelet for those who register at the hotel.
– Drumcarlos, representing Polaris, approached the expansion of the vision of the Polaris Fuel project, the gas station of the Star Atlas metaverse. Greater “decentralized” energy organization in all factions. Counting on the 4 fundamental pillars: mining, refinery, transportation & security and gas stations with a franchise style business model.
– Calexo presented the “Intermediate Guarantee System” or SGI. A project that will allow assets in the NON-digital world (tangible goods) to be digitally available through the web3; through financial derivation, public faith mechanics and smart contracts. These elements combined, cause the viability condition required for the project and even though the SGI was born to take advantage of the Star Atlas SDK, its protocol can be applied in any Digital Economic Jurisdiction (Metaverse).
After the informative presentations, a vote took place, and Polaris Fuel was the winner.
We salute and congratulate the other participants for having been selected for these instances and for their formidable projects.
The winners said:
There is a long way to go before some businesses can realize the full potential within Star Atlas, but any help we give to other projects or that you give to us will make us grow until that time comes and we are ready to offer the entire Metaverse the work of months
If you want to read their acceptance letter in the original language click here.
From The Hologram we congratulate the winner and his team.
If you want to see the full video of the CEM event (in Spanish), click here.
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