The blockchain world was first bred out of the engineers who built it.
Their communities are now well established.
The "mainsream" growth was then a by-product of Bitcoin and crypto assets -- because of this, the pools of crypto enthusiasts are also easy to access.
But where are the blockchain company founders? The blockchain and ICO (TGE) advisors? The legal, security and other professionals who hold a reputation and specialized knowledge in blockchain?
They are scattered on social networks, tech databases and industry lists.
Blockchain is rapidly maturing and enterprise projects, government initiatives and institutional money are helping to bring large-scale, real utility and potentially global impact projects to the mainstream.
Blockchain company founders and their teams and investors are further pushing for the same.
There existed a need to provide a "hub" for the B2B segment of Blockchain.
... With ability for easy job hires, strategic growth discussions, private networking events, project exposure (promotional benefits), fee-based short-term advisor and support recruitment, ranking systems for agencies and advisors (not compromised by paid boosts) and other vehicles to facilitate the professional collaborations and deal-making that needs to happen for Blockchain to become as valuable in society as it currently is "in theory" and "on paper".