Have you developed a functional, open-source blockchain prototype or do have one that you are willing to make open-source?
The UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) on Monday (15 January) opened a call for applications from blockchain startups to the Unicef Innovation Fund. Applicants have until 28 February to apply for the funding.
Unicef is looking to invest between $50 000 and $90 000 in blockchain startups that develop software solutions on open blockchains, including smart contracts, tokens, mining, data analytics and other distributed ledger tech.
The UNICEF Innovation Fund will provide selected startups with between $50 000 and $90 000 in equity-free funding
In order to be considered for the [...]
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