Quadrant, a firm that focuses on providing different uses of decentralized information via blueprints, has recently revealed that it successfully established 30 new partnerships globally.
The decentralized platform targeting common concerns like the lack of artificial intelligence-based projects, poor data and an unsustainable ecosystem has done so to help expand the use of the Quadrant data protocol.
As for the partners, some of firms involved include Alpha JWC Ventures, ChainRock, Merkle Tree Ventures, Zeroth.AI China, Block0 of Switzerland and many others.
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— Explore Quadrant (@exploreQuadrant) July 12, 2018
Quadrant’s successful attempt comes right after its private token sale, which managed to raise funds of nearly USD$15 million. While the private sale has finally come to an end, a public token sale is still open to the general public until July 26th, 2018.
In addition to the partnerships, Quadrant has agreed to contribute to Singapore-based, “Info-Communications Media Development Authority (IMDA)”. In doing so, the Quadrant Protocol will be essential for the integration of artificial intelligence on DataStreamX, a blockchain-based data and transaction verification platform.
Founder of Quadrant Protocol, Mike Davie, strongly believes that each partnership acquired is represents an important piece to the puzzle. In particular, Davie shared that a “common thread between our partners is their commitment to build local communities around Quadrant and connect us to AI, data projects and companies.”
An interesting partnership that Quadrant scored was that of Alphablock Indonesia, which was established in the hopes of expanding across all of Asia. Founder of Alphablock Indonesia, Maxie Soetandi trusts what the Quadrant Protocol is capable of along with the many issues it can resolve.
Namely, he shared that,
“Quadrant stamps solve many issues not just by differentiating databases, but also by stamping original data ownership. There will be a big market potential in Indonesia.”
Co-Founder and CEO of VB Capital, Kyle Nguyen also shared a similar emotion to that of Davie, stating that VB Capital’s partnership with Quadrant will result in a redefined look at the market. He went on by saying,
“We love the Quadrant team. They are energetic, knowledgeable, and the team has put their love and effort into the project. VB Capital is a foundation at the frontier of blockchain technology and we are excited to be part of this project.”
Clearly, many of the partnerships secured by Quadrant are all in favor of what the firm strongly believes in. Do you think Quadrant will succeed in bringing more uses of artificial intelligence in today’s society?