Cronos, a blockchain ecosystem constructed by main crypto trade Crypto.com, introduced the launch of an accelerator program to fast-track developments throughout the decentralized finance (DeFi), Web3 and Metaverse house, amongst others.
Driving the initiative, the Cronos Accelerator Program is backed by $100 million to assist crypto tasks within the seed and pre-seed levels searching for mentorship, funding and development. In response to the announcement, tasks shortlisted for the accelerator program will likely be matched with suitable mentors.
A number of the distinguished funding companions backing the Cronos Accelerator Program embody Mechanism Capital, Spartan Labs, IOSG Ventures, OK Blockchain Capital, AP Capital, Altcoin Buzz and Dorahacks. Cronos plans to onboard different companions sooner or later. Offering additional readability into this system, Cronos managing director Ken Timsit added:
“Within the present local weather, it’s extra essential than ever to place our heads down and begin constructing aggressively.”
Timsit goals to reinforce the potential of tasks by offering end-to-end assist throughout the challenge’s operations. As a part of this initiative, Cronos’ Web3 startup accelerator arm Cronos Labs conducts weekly workshops that cowl varied facets of constructing crypto tasks.
Aspiring tasks get the chance to obtain between $100,000–$300,000 seed funding along with having the choice for added grant funding. Along with mentorship and different advertising and marketing initiatives, tasks will have the ability to combine into Crypto.com’s ecosystem together with a DeFi pockets, crypto trade and nonfungible token market.
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The Division of Science and Know-how (DOST) within the Philippines not too long ago launched a coaching program for researchers to examine the feasibility of blockchain expertise throughout the healthcare, monetary assist and emergency support industries.
Enrico Paringit, a DOST official, highlighted the division’s intent to “construct non-cryptocurrency functions” and concurrently produce blockchain improvement specialists for ramping up the federal government’s in-house initiatives.