DEIP and BlockVenture form strategic partnership to boost Web3 tech adoption

DEIP and BlockVenture Coalition have formed a strategic partnership to educate American students about the pathways into Web3 tech development and expand DEIP’s reach throughout the American continents. The partnership gives DEIP access to a wealth of American talent via BlockVenture Coalition’s network of universities and boosts the brand’s reach.

BlockVenture will help DEIP get a foot on the ground in the USA’s ever-growing crypto market. While many of the DEIP project integrations have been global to date, the project aims to aggressively tackle the USA’s growing intangibles space. A local partner will be a requirement to prevent a difficult process becoming impossible.

BlockVenture Coalition is the largest alliance of university blockchain groups and venture funds in the industry. Their mission is to be a bridge into the blockchain space by connecting high potential blockchain startups with the resources they need to excel. Additionally, they’re focused on spurring inter-university collaboration and bringing industry projects to students. DEIP’s protocol has a very strong academic component making it a great fit for the activities of BlockVenture Coalition.

BlockVenture provides connections with blockchain research groups and can kickstart adoption through university clubs, node-running communities, public developers, and many more academically relevant avenues. They will be the key player to connect DEIP to the top universities in the USA and the rest of the Americas.

“BlockVenture has great connections to major exchanges and peer startups in the USA. While DEIP currently has a solid network in Europe, we want to operate at the same level on all continents. BlockVenture is the partner that will help enable DEIP make a splash in the US markets,” noted Alex Shkor, DEIP CEO.

“DEIP immediately sprang out as a unique project to us. Their little-to-no code deployment of smart contracts opens the door to everyday people entering the space, increasing the ease of access and growing the total share of people involved in blockchain,” remarked Philip Forte, Partner at BlockVenture Coalition.

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