Dunamu & Partner a subsidiary of South Korean Fintech Duniamu has achieved investing about $46 million in 26 different blockchain. Ryan Lee, CEO of Dunamu & Partners said, “Our goal is to contribute to the healthy growth of the blockchain ecosystem by actively investing in startups with world-class technology and services with potential for real-life implementation.”
A start-up company that specializes in blockchain-related events, Evedo is launching an initial exchange offering (IEO) on BitForex, a Hong Kong-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange. The Chief technology officer of Evedo, Rick Graham explained their plan, “We will integrate a point-of-sale (POS) blockchain, and relaunch a B2C Tickets Marketplace where major events companies can have their cake and eat it too.”
A blockchain course is now offered in an Australia primary school which aims to provide the younger generation with the exposure of emerging technology of blockchain and cryptocurrency. The Wooranna Park Primary School located in the eastern state of Victoria is conducting an educational cryptocurrency program in collaboration with Victoria’s Melbourne Blockchain Centre.
ConsenSys Ventures revealed that they have selected the blockchain startups for the accelerator program in developing a new blockchain-powered solution. Its managing partner, Kavita Gupta commented, “With the backing of the ConsenSys and Ethereum ecosystems, we aim to provide all the necessary tool-kits for our entrepreneurs to succeed both in the short term and in the long run.”
A company based in Germany have recently announced that they’re offering white-label products for start-ups which allows them to launch a cryptocurrency exchange in less than 30 days. The founder of CPI Technologies, Marvin Steinger explained, “Since its inception, CPI Technologies has delivered many successful projects. The company has more than 43 completed projects…”
A shortlisted list of the most promising blockchain start-up has been revealed by Æternity Ventures in their 2nd Starfleet Accelerator Program. The CEO of æternity Ventures, Nikola Stojanow commented, “We have received applications of startups from USA, Europe, Africa and South America competing for funding that will help us collectively establish us as the leading global smart contract platform.”
The United Nations Children’s Fund is looking for investing in blockchain startups. For this measure, it announced to offer equity-free investments worth $50,000- $90,000 and technical assistance for certain projects. The press release of the company also highlighted that they would be ‘interested in companies adapting to the distributed ledger that are scalable and globally applicable.’