Continuing on the success of the first bootcamp in New York City where 70 investors, technologists, and leaders representing $29 billion in AUA/AUM came together, this investor bootcamp will highlight globally recognized impact blockchain solutions. Issue areas to be addressed will be: funding mechanisms, legal considerations, United Nations initiatives, public safety, regenerative agriculture, third world government accountability, environmental cleanup, clean tech, and nutrition. This event is intended to be an educational event for ultra high net worth individuals, their family offices, endowments, and institutional investors only.

When deciding what to invest in, a person should consider new technologies, new perspectives, and innovative solutions to the world's problems. Investing in impact blockchain solutions fits those criteria. Before investing, however, one should be fully educated about the subject and well networked in the industry. This investor bootcamp aims to provide those services. This is an educational event and there is a strict policy of non-solicitation.

Gathering family offices, endowment investment staff, and experts in the field from all over the world, this event will bring together a diverse crowd to learn about the cutting edge of innovation: making the world a better place through blockchain technologies. Through a partnership with Manatt, Phelps, & Phillips LLP, the Helped Hope LLC team has put together an agenda with content and networking for newcomers as well as industry experts.

Our Keynote Speakers will be Richard Titus, Adam Draper, Rick Levenson, and Brittany Keiser.

Join us in San Francisco for a day of education, connection, and innovation