Singapore’s LongHash Hatch Program Gets Help From Jelurida to Offer Blockchain Startups Mentorships
Jelurida, a blockchain development company announced that it will help LongHash to offer a 3-month accelerator program to blockchain based startups. The program is set to run in batches. Torras will team up with the Members from LongHash, the Singapore based blockchain incubator to contact high quality and well-curated blockchain startups that are on course to offer real-life use case blockchain products.
The CEO of LongHash, Emma Cui, CFA commented on the inclusion of Veronica helping to mentor start-ups. She further thanked everyone in the community saying,
“We are grateful to mentors such as Veronica from Jelurida and Michael from Stellar, who help LongHash continue to build an inclusive community and build high-quality projects.”
Furthermore, Veronica, a startup founder herself, will mentor the teams and developers through the program. The program also offers a networking platform and meeting point for enthusiasts in the blockchain space to make partnerships and build new connections in Singapore. The regulation friendly blockchain ecosystem in the country allows startups to thrive in the blockchain space.
About LongHash Hatch Program
The LongHash Hatch program is a 12-week incubation program for blockchain based startups. The program will take place at LongHash Berlin and Singapore from January to March 2019. The program offers investors $US 100,000 seed funding in exchange for 5% equity and 1.5% tokens. An exclusive program fee of $US 20,000 is also charged.
LongHash global blockchain incubator is the main sponsor of the event and offers participants access to mentors & blockchain experts and marketing & technical experts as well. With offices in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, Berlin, Switzerland and more, LongHash offers excellent opportunities for startups across the world. More offices are planned to be opened in Silicon Valley, Kiev, Seoul, and Dubai.
Participants in the LongHash Hatch Program can hire office spaces in Singapore or Berlin offices.