The Portuguese Blockchain Alliance announces it has signed partnership protocols with both the Israeli and Nordic Blockchain Associations.
As a result of these agreements, long-term partnerships and the execution of joint projects between the entities were established.
These projects can include developing and executing research projects, acceleration and consultation programs, events and educational courses for startups, entrepreneurs and Blockchain companies, as well as sharing knowledge and resources related to Blockchain.
This agreement also entails providing tools, advice and resources to help startups successfully market their Blockchain ideas and solutions between the Portuguese Blockchain Alliance, the Israeli Blockchain Association, and the Nordic Blockchain Association.
“The signing of two protocols with international entities is important for the Alliance through the networks of cooperation and knowledge that are created. With this, we bring the experiences evidenced in other realities to Portugal,” said Rui Serapicos, Ambassador of the Portuguese Blockchain Alliance, in a statement.
“Israel is one of the most technologically advanced countries and the many cases of technology companies that are acquired by global giants are notorious. Likewise, we recognize the technological progress of the Nordic region and we are proud to sign these memorandums with the two organizations,” he added.
The goal of the Portuguese Blockchain Alliance is to develop an ecosystem that brings together companies, academia, and Portuguese governmental entities in order to endow the business system with solid knowledge about Blockchain.
Six challenges were set forth by the Alliance:
- Abreu Advogados Smart Contract Challenge
- BCSD Sustainability Challenge
- EMEL Mobility Challenge
- Fidelity Insurance Challenge
- REN Energy Challenge
- Open Innovation Challenge
Students, startups, and enterprises also have the opportunity to participate in the proposed Challenges, which seek to respond to the main needs of various sectors. This includes attending the academic and business roadshows that will pass through higher education institutions and business associations.
The Israeli Blockchain Association facilitates business leaders, educators, policy-makers and citizens in using of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for Blockchain technologies.
The Nordic Blockchain Association’s mission is to connect organizations, developers, students, and enthusiasts, who wish to be part of this transition into the future, in order to foster knowledge sharing, testing, and development of impactful blockchain applications.