Driving Sustainability with Blockchain
Pitch Night Recording: https://youtu.be/AMjaZI-dRxM
BlockBeam has developed a program, Gateway to Algorand, to educate university students on blockchain sustainability applications, the business value of these innovations, and the positive climate impact generated.
The program's goal is to develop standout business-side blockchain candidates and accelerate the adoption of blockchain sustainability and climate resiliency applications. During the Gateway to Algorand, participants will learn about companies revolutionizing climate impact investment, air quality monitoring, sustainable computing, and more.
The first program featured 35 students from 18 different worldwide universities. Student’s universities include U.S. based schools Arizona State University, University at Albany SUNY, Northeastern University, Syracuse University, William Jessup University, Tufts University, Bentley University, The Ohio State University, Wake Forest University. Wellesley College, Babson College, Boston College, Smith College, and University of Florida. Non-U.S based universities represented include Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, University of Westminster in London, England, and Peking University in Beijing, China.
The program will expand throughout the year to launch more business leaders with the ability to apply blockchain to solve problems negatively affecting the climate. Additionally, the program is structured to serve as an early-stage launchpad for university entrepreneurs who aim to launch new blockchain-powered sustainability applications.
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