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Today, San Francisco's freethinkers are techies, and the nautical life is back in vogue. A group called Blueseed Inc. is raising money to anchor startup founders who can't get U.S. work visas 12 nautical miles off the coast of San Francisco, where the gro
La estructura adaptada por Google en medio de la Bahía de San Francisco para abrir un centro de procesamiento de datos o una tienda de Google Glass no es el primer intento de llevar los proyectos tecnológicos al mar. La firma Blueseed lleva t...
'Nerd heaven': Startup cruise ship helps foreign entrepreneurs skirt U.S. immigration rules | Financial Post
Blueseed is bypassing U.S. immigration rules. “Our idea became hosting startups and incubating them on the ship so that they wouldn’t have to face regulatory hurdles,” Mr. Dascalescu said.
Blueseed and its little sister, Maritol, in the Russian press on startup coworking spaces on ships
Blueseed listed along with AirBnB, Uber, Khan Academy, 3-D printing, crowdsourcing
“International entrepreneurs can't come to the US, in particular Silicon Valley, to start companies, because the US has no start-up visa,” says Dan Dascalescu, co-founder and COO at Blueseed.
Blueseed CEO Dario Mutabdzija visits Garage Cafe, one of the coolest hackerspaces in Beijing.
Dialogue between Veteran Entrepreneurs and Young Entrepreneurs Veteran Entrepreneurs: [...] Young Entrepreneurs: Dario Mutabdzija, Founder & CEO of Blueseed
First press coverage in the Venezuelan economic press
On August 22, Dario Mutabdzija came to Hanhai to give a speech about his company Blueseed, the Silicon Valley, and business in China.
Blueseed, c'est la nouvelle utopie des entrepreneurs sans frontières. Un projet un peu fou destiné à être ancré dans les eaux internationales, au large de San Francisco et à proximité de la Silicon Valley. La Mecque des entrepreneurs et des start-up attei
Blueseed is the name of the project, which is now accepting Bitcoin funding, that has the mission to change how foreign entrepreneurs get to know the North-American market and invest in it. The idea is based on a cruise ship, that will be located 12 nauti
In light of last week’s major developments within the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Blueseed is announcing reaching a new milestone towards launching its startup ship for entrepreneurs – receiving the first inv
Blueseed’s plan is to park a boat full of startups in international waters, 12 nautical miles off of Half Moon Bay, south of San Francisco. Foreign entrepreneurs who want to come to Silicon Valley would use Blueseed to make an end run around immigration l
Die Idee klingt ein wenig verrückt und doch konsequent und durchdacht: Das US-Unternehmen Blueseed plant in internationalen Gewässern vor San Francisco zwei Kreuzfahrtschiffe als schwimmenden Bürokomplex einzurichten.