Algorand’s new accelerator program in Europe to issue grants up to $500K

Algorand’s new accelerator program in Europe to issue grants up to $500K

Algorand taps Europe as the second region for its blockchain accelerator program after Asia. The Algorand Foundation, the governance and research organization behind major blockchain platform Algorand, is launching a new accelerator program in Europe.Known as “Algorand Europe Accelerator,” the new program intends to support European developers and entrepreneurs looking to build applications on the Algorand platform.Announcing the news on Oct. 15, the Algorand Foundation told Cointelegraph that the new program will launch in collaboration with established Algorand’s investors, Eterna....

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