5 Blockchain Companies Helping The Metaverse Grow: Part 11

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5 Blockchain Companies Helping The Metaverse Grow: Part 11

Part eleven — which means we’ve broken through the halfway point — 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. HashEx

Founded in 2017 by Dmitry Mishunin and headquartered in Lewes, Delaware, HashEx brings together a team of over 35 experts in blockchain analytics and security for DeFi projects. With offices in the US, Asia, and Russia, HashEx is widely known in the global crypto market for its expertise and solid reputation.

In 2021 alone, the company achieved ten times business growth, as it conducted audits for over 300 projects. In total, HashEx has prevented the loss of over $2 billion worth of investor funds, thanks to detailed reports on likely threats and vulnerabilities in the code and recommendations for their elimination. In 2022, the company launched AnalytEx, a free analytics platform which helps make fast data-driven decisions on blockchains.

2. Blockchain Land

Blockchain Land is taking major leaps in Metaverse space, being the first multiverse metaverse blockchain access to endless opportunities.

Blockchain Land has created an ecosystem for everyone, right from minting a planet to owning citizenship. It promises to create an economy for everyone be it businesses, high net worth individuals or creators.

Based in London, Blockchain Land was founded in 2021 by Ganesh Lore.

3. India Blockchain Alliance

Based in Mumbai, India, the India Blockchain Alliance was founded in 2018 by Raj Kapoor, Aman Bandvi and Harmeet Singh and is an authoritative group of experts and enthusiasts who are evangelizing blockchain research, development, use cases, products, and knowledge for a better world.

India Blockchain Alliance is the industry body that represents Indian businesses and business professionals participating in the digital economy through blockchain technology and aims to encourage the responsible adoption of blockchain technology by industry and governments across India as a means to drive innovation in service delivery across all sectors of the economy.

4. Blockchain Center of Excellence at the University of Arkansas

Headed by its Director Mary Lacity, the Blockchain Center of Excellence (BCoE) was established in May of 2018 within the Department of Information Systems in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

BCoE’s vision is to make the Sam M. Walton College of Business a premier academic leader in blockchain application research and education in areas such as supply chains, retail innovation and advanced analytics. It provides a balanced approach across public, private, and hybrid blockchains.

The BCoE works in close collaboration with major Arkansas-based companies that help it to set the agenda for blockchain curricula and research. The center benefits information systems students, as well as other students across the Walton College and the University of Arkansas. Students learn the latest developments in the technology and create new applications, often based on use cases provided by BCoE members.

5. Kerala Blockchain Academy

The Kerala Blockchain Academy (KBA) is a Centre of Excellence in Blockchain set up by the Government of Kerala under Digital University — Kerala (formerly IIITM-K). KBA is an Associate Member and Official Training Partner of Linux Foundation Hyperledger Project.

With headquarters in Kerala, India the KBA was founded in 2017 with a mission to leverage Blockchain technology for the public good.

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