The “Bitcoin is more than Internet money!” seminar with Clément Francomme, organized by Euratechnologies in Lille, was part of the TWIST Roadshow for Startups.
The seminar focused on the fact that Bitcoin is a new currency and a disrupting technology. Euratechnologies with Clément Francomme shared with participants how this technology works and how they can start receiving a payment with it. With the blockchain technology behind it, they will have access to more services like Trusted third party (TTP).
Clément Francomme has multinational experience as skilled IT Manager based in France and the UK. He is passionate about hi-tech.

He is keen on meeting like-minded companies or individuals who are looking for changes via innovation, change that he undertakes from day one to final sign off.

Clément is interested in groundbreaking payment solutions, and in particular the Bitcoin and similar market changers. He is CEO and co-founder of UtoCat.
TWIST DIGITAL is the H2020 action, under the Startup Europe umbrella, that provides Transregional Web Innovative Services for Thriving Digital and Mobile to web entrepreneurs aiming at scaling up and competing in the global market around 4 interconnected web entrepreneurship startup ecosystems and hubs (Rome, Lille, Stockholm and Warsaw).
Startup Europe aims to strengthen the business environment for web and ICT entrepreneurs so that their ideas and business can start and grow in the EU. Startup Europe contributes to the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan.
Startup Europe's objectives are:
  • to reinforce the links between people, business and associations who build and scale up the startup ecosystem (e.g. the Web Investors Forum, the Accelerator Assembly, the Crowdfunding Network) 
  • to inspire entrepreneurs and provide role models (e.g. the Leaders Club and their Startup Manifesto, the Startup Europe Roadshow)
  • to celebrate new and innovative startups (with Tech All Stars and Europioneers), help them to expand their business (Startup Europe Partnership, ACE Acceleration Programme), and give them access to funding under Horizon 2020.