Last Saturday, April 9, CoinsPaid brought together over 100 IT community representatives under one roof. The event took place in the heart of Tbilisi, a meeting point in new realities for IT specialists from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and other countries.

Photo Report: CoinsPaid's First IT Community Gathering in Georgia

The event program was jam-packed. At 2:30 p.m., VIP guests were invited to a private tour of the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts. By 3:00 p.m., the hall was crowded with guests and lively conversations about the latest industry news, cryptocurrencies, the metaverse, and NFTs.

George Paliani, CEO of CoinsPaid Media, opened the evening with a welcome word and a moment of silence in memory of all those who have lost their lives during the hostilities in Ukraine.

Denis Romanovsky, SOFTSWISS Deputy CTO, gave a keynote speech on iGaming. Maksim Rodin, QA of CoinsPaid, focused on fast product automation testing in IT startups, with the final word going to Max Krupyshev, CEO of CoinsPaid. 

Speaking about his joining CoinsPaid, the company’s evolution and revealed secrets on how to scale a crypto startup. 

“I think it’s cool to experiment and grow fast. The important and difficult thing is not to miss the moment when you go from a startup to a structured mid-sized business and to get that transition right,” Max summed up.

Some of the participants shared with us that they had made valuable business acquaintances at the meeting and were already planning joint projects for the future.  

Gleb Kostarev, Regional Head of Binance, spoke about the prospects:

“We talked to some regulators, and it was really nice to find out that the Georgian government is open to innovation, cryptocurrencies, and new startups. I believe Georgia can become a hub in the region and will attract new entrepreneurs and amazing projects.”

At the end of the evening, all guests received exclusive gifts from the company.

Take a look at our photo report to see what the event was like.

Author: Ekaterina Kryloweckaya