Digital Arts Media Network (OTCMKTS:DATI) Attends Revenue Republic’s Invitation Only Gathering as “Guest of Honor” - Accompanied by Crypto and Blockchain Industry Trailblazers.


Located about a mile from Los Angeles Staples Center in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, is XXALT Studios, home to this past Saturday evening’s hottest cryptocurrency ‘pop-up’ gathering; Revenue Republic’s, “Crypto Mixer LA.” 

Revenue Republic, a collective of free-thinking geeks, fashionistas, and growth hackers, used the invitation-only event to introduce Digital Arts Media Network’s specialized tech accelerator services to the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry attendees.   There was even interest from surprise guest like heavy weight commodities and futures trader, Monaco Billion, and rapper Nipsey Hussle.  Mr. Billion even took to the stage to join the panelist.


The event began with cocktails, h’orderves, and business networking. It wasn’t long before Digital Arts Media Network executive advisor, Donald Cleary took to the stage, alongside an All-Star panel including Erick Miller (CEO, Coin Circle), Ann Greenberg (“Crypto Guru”), Manny Fernandez (CEO, Dream Funded), and Vezt, Inc., to discuss the Company’s entry into the crypto space; in particular, DATI’s trade desk services. 


The panel broke for a quick intermission then continued with an introduction of Xeeda, Inc., a hardware manufacturer of smartphone crypto wallets, and “Blockchain Angels,” a new initiative by Manny Fernandez.  Both companies have the potential to become clients of Revenue Republic and potential beneficiaries of Digital Art Media Network’s specialized tech accelerator services. 

The CRYPTO MIXER LA event presented Digital Arts Media Network with even greater visibility for its specialized accelerator services. Revenue Republic intends to host more crypto networking meetups to introduce angel investors to new startups that leverage blockchain technology and crypocurrency. Digital Arts Media Network will continue to participate in these events.



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