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Bitboy Joins Web3’s Killer Whale as Judge

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Hello Labs has announced that Bitboy (Ben Armstrong) will be joining its Web3 TV show, Killer Whale, as one of its judges. Bitboy, AKA Ben Armstrong, is a crypto influencer and content creator known for his podcasts and website.

He covers topics such as market trends, news updates, technical analysis, and industry developments in the world of crypto and blockchain technology. 

He regularly publishes videos and blog posts on a variety of crypto-related topics and is considered one of the top influencers. He has over 1.5 million YouTube subscribers and 1 million on Twitter.

HELLO Labs is the crypto and entertainment ecosystem of the future, a Web3 native ecosystem that incubates, creates, finances, and distributes original programming, games, and NFTs. Hello Labs was founded by Paul Caslin, the Grammy-nominated Creative Director of the MTV Video Music Awards.

It aims to onboard the next 1 billion Web3 users by creating a seamless “Web2 meets Web3” experience that guides even the most basic of users to take their first step of owning a digital asset, playing Web3 games, or watching exclusive shows. 

The $HELLO token is the heart of the Web3 ecosystem, used for accessing exclusive content, playing games, and purchasing NFTs. It is available on the BNB Chain and can be bought from exchanges.

Killer Whale event

Killer Whale is a live TV show designed to give Web3 teams an opportunity to pass through a series of judges to win a prize similar to Shark Tank.

According to Hello Labs, the Killer Whale idea was inspired by Shark Tank. Killer Whale is targeted at opening the Web3 door to the next billion people by highlighting the most creative initiatives in the area and educating and entertaining a primetime global audience on the dangers and benefits of Web3 technology.

The Killer Whale’s judges are made up of a group of top Web3 VCs, influencers, and startups. The show has also attracted the partnership of Coinmarketcap, AltcoinDaily, Sony Music, Coingecko, Bitget, Mexc Global, Bitmart, Pancakeswap, Gate.io, Universal Music Group, Latoken, and Bkex.

Applications opened on May 2, 2023, for any Web3 project around the world.

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