Tezos Partners With Government of Singapore’s Platform To Create Blockchain Project For Training Program


Tezos has recently started a new partnership with Tribe, a platform backed by the government of Singapore. The goal of this new joint effort is to launch a training program focused on developers that will be created on top of the Tezos blockchain and help them to understand more about the technology. The programs are set to start by the first quarter of 2020.

According to Tezos Southeast Asia (TSA), the nonprofit arm of the company in the continent, the team wants to attract more devs to use Tezos-based solutions in their projects, which is a key strategy for the company in raising the awareness around its product.

Caleb Kow, the president of TSA, affirmed that the upcoming platform will enable developers with some knowledge of the Tezos ecosystem to amplify their abilities to help them in their jobs. After participating in the program, they will be able to deliver even better solutions for their clients.

This is part of the company’s larger plan to broaden its community of developers. Some months ago, the company distributed 14 grants to clients in order to help them to create more tools that could be used in the ecosystem. The companies that received the grants were working in several projects such as smart contracts, block explorers and tools.

This is not the only initiative set to make the blockchain more popular in Asia. Last month, for instance, the government of Guangzhou, in China, announced a subsidy fund of $140 million USD that would be used to fund new blockchain programs in the region.

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