|Nov 20, 2018 09:16 PM||By: Ben Noble | 2397 Views|
IBM partners with Columbia University to launch blockchain accelerator applications that will give ten blockchain startups with $400,000 value of maintenance.
IBM is unstoppable when it becomes to including blockchain. In partnership with Columbia University, the company launches two blockchain accelerator plans.
As a section of the Columbia-IBM Center for Blockchain and Data Transparency, the plans offer sponsors from both organizers that is supposed to be valued at about $400,000.
Both Columbia and IBM will focus on various kinds of members. IBM will provide drawing workshops as well as marketing and technical support to built blockchain companies that are looking to develop the client base and business network, whereas Columbia University will present pre-seed/idea-staged organizations that are affiliated with them or any other New York City-based universities with connections to their general research community and student skill pool.
The blockchain is growing more information than ever before in recent years. According to a study attended by Coinbase, 42% of the world’s top 50 universities offer at limited one crypto/blockchain-related course. Blockchain courses in top universities, such as Wharton and Cornell are also advised to have forever been full of students.