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Turkey Startups Gets Help From KOOPHub and BLOCKCHAIN

Turkey Startups Gets Help From KOOPHub and BLOCKCHAIN

A collaboration has been recently established between KOOPHub and BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION to support for the blockchain startups in Turkey. The CEO of BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION, Stefan Deiss commented, “We are very pleased to join forces and establish a strategic partnership with KOOPHub in Turkey – a leading independent community enabler and innovation hub for tech start-ups and enterprises.”

Clause Blockchain Raises $5.5 Mn Fund

A digital contract management start-up, Clause has successfully raised $5.5 million in its recent series A round of funding. The CEO of Clause, Peter Hunn commented, “You could just have a contract that you sign using an e-signature service that then initiates a payment through Stripe or PayPal that you connect to that agreement.”

BRIKCOIN Offers Blockchain to Solve the Affordable Housing Crisis

A property start-up BRIKCOIN has shared that they are implementing blockchain technology with the aim in establishing, acquiring or redevelop the property in creating affording housing properties in Britain which is facing a crisis in this arena. The CEO of BRIKCOIN, James Hare explained, “Of all the benefits of blockchain, liquidity is the kicker for BRIKCOIN. Property investment is an inherently illiquid asset class.”

Mphasis & Bitfury Partner For Trade Finance Project

Bitfury (a blockchain startup) and Mphasis (IT solution provider based in India) with vision to accelerate digital transformation in global trade. Andres Ricaurte, Senior VP or Mphasis said, “Our goal is to accelerate the disruption and transformation in the trade finance space…and leveraging that representation to make trade transactions more seamless and transparent to everyone.”

Tech startup Listed in Binace Join Hands For Decentralized IoT

T-Labs (tech arm of German Deutsche Telekom) and Fetch.AI (a tech startup based in Cambridge) have joined hands with motto to develop a decentralized Internet of Things (IoT) network innovations by signing a a memorandum of understanding (MoU). Toby Simpson, Co-founder of Fetch.AI said, “This memorandum of understanding further reinforces our commitment to work closely and combine our expertise and experience to bring this to reality sooner than any of us had previously imagined.”

Blockchain Startups Flooded With $46Mn From Dunamu

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.”

Evedo Launches Initial Exchange Offering

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.”

Boost For Mini Crypto Entrepreneurs in Australia

Boost For Mini Crypto Entrepreneurs in Australia

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.

Blockchain Startups Chosen by ConsenSys for Accelerator Program

Blockchain Startups Chosen by ConsenSys for Accelerator Program

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.”

German Firm Offers White-Label Service for Start-ups

German Firm Offers White-Label Service for Start-ups

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…”