Chairperson of the Cardano Foundation, Nathan Kaiser, will join the mentorship program at dlab the following week to meet energetic business visionaries in New York City. By joining this one-day 1o1 mentorship program, Nathan will have an in-depth analysis counsel session with each organization and will share his technology industry knowledge.
Nathan Kaiser, Chairperson of Cardano Foundation participates in a mentorship program with @dlabvc and meet with startups in New York. Read more here: https://t.co/XbsCJykV5T #Cardano #blockchain #technology
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) November 14, 2019
Some of the fields of the mentee organizations include digital platforms, hardware identity solutions, and blockchain. Moreover, the Foundation is eager to meet them and talk about the future of this technology. The Switzerland-based company currently supports various scholastic, research, and educational activities that study blockchain technology around the globe together with its partners, EMURGO and IOHK.
Few of the Mentors participating in this program are:
- Charles Hoskinson, CEO, IOHK
- Amanda Frankel, Frankel Fintech Investing
- Matthew Rosak, Co-Founder, Bloq
- Manmeet Singh, CIO, Emurgo
- Nicolas Arqueros, CTO, Emurgo
- Christina Lomazzo, Blockchain Lead, UNICEF
- Siddhartha, CEO, Intain
- Kendrik Nguyen, CEO Republic
- Ron Kochman, Doyle Capital
- Cecilia Chapiro, UNICEF Ventures
dlab is a venture studio and startup accelerator, which analyses the latest topics in decentralization and blockchain technology, backed by EMURGO and SOSV. dlab’s worldwide mentor network incorporates more than fifty business professionals, industry experts, and investors with different backgrounds, including business, technology, government, academics and legal.
The Cardano Foundation, one of the world’s driving not-for-benefit blockchain associations, funds various activities focusing on the development of the blockchain technology by engaging young academics and scientists to drive the blockchain sector forward.
As of late, the Foundation increased its support for projects in research by concentrating on the security and the vulnerabilities of the blockchain sector, with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s digital currency initiative.