DECENT Launches DCube Blockchain Incubator to Help Projects With Funding and Mentorship
Blockchain technology company DECENT announced today its launch of DCube, a blockchain incubator. DCube is described on its webpage as:
“the easiest way to get started in the exciting world of blockchain. By providing mentorship, funding, technical consultations, business development and networking, DCube puts blockchain into your hands to take your project to the next level.”
Those who tap into the power of DCube will be able to use the projects tools and services to transform their projects into real-world solutions. Further, DECENT has a strong enough reputation to indicate that DCube is a legitimate and strong project.
For instance, DECENT is recognized for its 3IPK defense and aviation system, Humanity Token, a driven charity initiative, mobile streaming platform Fiction Riot’s FICTO, and ALAX, a decentralized mobile gaming platform.
DECENT discussed its DCube project in a Medium post. According to the post, the target is developers, students, and entrepreneurs seeking to jumpstart blockchain projects with industry experts. Both new and existing blockchain innovators can use the many different benefits of DCore. The platform seems to have a vetting process though.
Projects must be deemed “an advantageous implementation.” Upon validation, the platform utilizes its:
“vast network of advocates, innovators and business development experts to help projects make the next step and become viable, market-ready solutions for the real world.”
DCore also offers a flourishing and strong global community that any successful project will have the opportunity to tap into. The community features professionals, innovators, and investors. Moreover, the innovation is open to anyone and the platform also offers users free consultations. As the platform explains in its post:
“As always, you can ask us anything in our live discussion and follow us on social media for the most up-to-date news about DECENT and our proprietary blockchain platform, DCore.”