Ethereum Classic Labs Plans to Support 20 to 24 Startups per Year
According to a recent interview with Elizabeth Kukka, Program Director at ETC Labs, the new incubator program has launched with an initial cohort of 6 projects, selected from a pool of 120 applicants.
$ETC Labs is incubating their first round of projects.
Elizabeth Kukka talks about their first 6 projects and the 120 applications they've received so far.https://t.co/b45T0gXJ66
— ETC Cooperative (@ETCCooperative) October 11, 2018
While Kukka didn’t reveal the full details on the startups currently being incubated, she does describe a number of startups that impressed her, including a blockchain platform for scientific research, a decentralized IoT platform for data in real time, and a VR/AR collectibles app.
“We look at the technical capabilities of the team and their ability to build on the ETC blockchain. Of course, great ideas and a motivated team are important too,” said Kukka in the interview.
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