E-Commerce Giant JD.com Launches Blockchain Startup Accelerator
JD.com, one of China's largest e-commerce platforms, is launching an accelerator program to foster the development of blockchain-focused startups.
ConsenSys Ventures has selected 10 blockchain startups for the second cohort of its accelerator program Tachyon, launching today.
BMW Group Asia, Intel and Nielsen are now corporate partners of the Singapore government-supported blockchain accelerator Tribe.
The new blockchain accelerator is aiming to boost 12 promising startups this year.
Google just added BigQuery support for Ethereum Classic because startups are investing in use cases.
Two startup accelerators in the U.S. state of Ohio are reportedly to invest more than $100 million into blockchain firms, and more may follow.