There are some media on the internet that report that a software that can be used to trade Bitcoins was at the “Dragons’ Den” and introduced itself there. Could this be the software “Bitcoin Circuit”?
If so, how did it go and how can users profit from the innovations. More on this in the following text.
What Bitcoin Circuit really does at the Dragons’ Den?
We can’t say for sure yet, as it hasn’t aired yet. If it really is Bitcoin Circuit’s software, one can assume that there will soon be significantly more users on the platform and that the advertising will become much more aggressive.
The question of whether it also ends up being a deal with one of the Dragons is actually not that important, as the attention is already great advertising in itself.
If, in addition, one of the Dragons is also interested in a deal, one can imagine how it will go through the roof in the near future.
How can one of the Dragons make the product even better?
That’s the question investors will be asking themselves once they’ve seen the founders’ pitch. If one of the Dragons sees himself in the financial sector, it is possible that a deal could even be struck here.
Bitcoin in general is on everyone’s lips these days, so there is a lot of money to be made here. The Dragons should also see the potential, so a deal is becoming more and more likely.
However, since nothing has been broadcast yet, it is also possible that no deal has been made and therefore the entire pitch may not appear in the programme. In this case, the effect will not be as great as the client had hoped.
Even if the coverage on the Internet is already a lot of positive publicity, the founders would certainly be happy to see themselves on TV at prime time.
Vox doesn’t air every pitch
The channel doesn’t end up airing every pitch, though, so you might just fall through the rasta on no deal. So if there were no special moments, the publicity for the product falls away.
If there is a deal, the pitch should also be shown in full length on TV and afterwards on the internet. So we’ll have to wait and see how the upcoming episodes go and whether we might not recognise the developers of Bitcoin Circuit after all.