Blockpool - European SMEs and Startups that will adopt and deploy Blockchain and other DLT based solutions

Blockpool is looking for 25 SMEs that will adopt and deploy Blockchain and other DLT based solutions. SMEs receive up to 30.000 EUR funding, provided as voucher in a lump sum way.
Application Deadline in 3 days
Eligible Countries | Regions | Cities  European Union
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The main strategic objective of Blockpool.eu is therefore to accelerate the cross-border uptake and deployment of Blockchain and other DLTs to European SMEs.
 
Our primary ambition is to lead to a more cutting-edge and competitive European industry as well as to the structuring of the emerging value chain of BDLTs beyond financial markets. It is in that sense intended to focus on BDLTs at a post-prototyping stage that SMEs can adapt to their business through BDLT-testing activities that can be either demonstration oriented or/and focused on adaptation.
 
Sectors
  • Financial & Insurance Services 
  • Energy, Utilities & Raw Materials 
  • Industrial Products, Agriculture & Manufacturing
  • Government & Smart Cities 
  • Transport & Logistics 
  • Social Good 
  • Healthcare 
  • Retail, Consumer & Media 
 
Benefits 
 
SMEs receive up to 30.000 EUR funding, provided as voucher in a lump sum way. The funding is related to the achievement of relevant milestones and administrative justifications will be reduced to a minimum.
 
After the selection, the SMEs will be provided with dedicated pan-European coaching, Massive Open Online Courses, created by the best in the blockchain field, and many training programs all over Europe.
 
The funding of the selected SMEs will cover the participation in two out of three cross-border international bootcamps that will be organized in different locations in Brussels, Valencia, Frankfurt. Further, the selected SMEs will participate in the final Blockpool conference.
 
Application Deadline: 26 February 2020
 
Source: Blockpool

Banana Labels. Blockchain can trace and record transactions to strengthen food management, safety and quality in the food industry. (credits: Edward Sweed / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

Illustration Photo: Banana Labels. Blockchain can trace and record transactions to strengthen food management, safety and quality in the food industry. (credits: Edward Sweed / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

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