Part ten means we’re halfway through the series on Blockchain initiatives and companies powered by the Metaverse Insider. In case you missed out on the first part, here is the link to it.
1. Blockchain Institute & Technology
The Blockchain Institute of Technology (BIT) is one of the world’s leading blockchain technology and cryptocurrency training providers. BIT partners with companies and individuals to address their unique needs, providing training and certification options that help professionals reach their training goals related to blockchain technology and crypto-assets. BIT’s certifications are third-party credentialed, recorded and verifiable on a public blockchain.
Based in Miami, Florida, BIT was set up in 2021 by Chairman and CEO, George Levy.
2. Blockchain Firm
Blockchain Firm was founded in 2017 by Sindu Nagalingam and delivers enterprise blockchain services and sustainable blockchain solutions globally.
Working towards creating a decentralized world, Blockchain Firm is a leading enterprise blockchain development companies and research company headquartered in India with branch offices in more than three countries.
RIDDLE&CODE is a Vienna, Austria-based company for blockchain interface solutions founded in 2016 by Thomas Fuerstner.
Its hard- and software stacks enable companies to master the challenges of our digital society such as machine identity, product provenance and supply chain management. Since its founding, RIDDLE&CODE has successfully worked with international companies and institutions. The company was recognized with various awards for its technology.
4. The British Blockchain Association
The British Blockchain Association (BBA) is one of the world’s most prestigious and most influential voices on Blockchain. Established in 2017 and currently led by President Naseem Naqvi, the BBA is a not-for-profit organization that promotes Evidence-Based adoption of Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) across the public and private sectors.
An advocate for both industry and academia, the BBA is home to the Journal of British Blockchain Association (JBBA), the world’s first peer-reviewed research journal on Blockchain and DLT ecosystems that is available both in print and online.
Additionally, the BBA hosts the Centre for Evidence-Based Blockchain (CEBB), the world’s first neutral, decentralized, global coalition of some of the world’s leading research universities and academic institutions, advising policymakers, governments and BBA member organizations.
The BBA is also home to Blockchain International Scientific Conferences (ISCs) and BBA Student Forum is the Student wing of the BBA and is responsible for the voice of Blockchain within Academia.
The BBA connects policymakers, blockchain engineers, venture capitalists and visionaries to advance the understanding, acceptance and application of blockchain/DLT technologies. The BBA has advisors and members on six continents, and an Editorial Board that comprises of world’s most renowned academics in over 79 countries, including 15 US States and proudly works in collaboration with The United Nations, The BBC, Dept. for International Trade, British Embassies, HM Treasury, UK Crypto Asset Task Force, UK APPG and several enterprise blockchain organizations.
5. Flow Blockchain
Flow Blockchain is a fast, secure, and developer-friendly blockchain built to support the next generation of games, apps and the digital assets that power them.
Backed by some of the leading VCs, gaming and consumer entertainment enterprises like Andreessen Horowitz, Accomplice, Warner Music Group, Union Square Ventures, Venrock, AppWorks, Digital Currency Group, Autonomous Partners, Fenbushi Digital, Animoca Brands, SV Angel, Version One, CMT, and CoinFund, among others, Flow Blockchain provides the infrastructure for open, composable and trustworthy applications.
Based in Vancouver, Canada, Flow Blockchain was founded by Dieter Shirley and has raised $18 million in funding over one round.