Blockchain tech startup Blockmason announced on Tuesday it has teamed up with CryptoChicks, an international education hub that is on a mission to grow the professional potential of women and youth in blockchain and AI, to advance the blockchain-based software development industry.
The duo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which says that the companies are aiming to collaborate on blockchain technology advancement, as well as adoption. Speaking about the collaboration, Michael Chin, CEO of Blockmason, stated:
“CryptoChicks has a great community of blockchain educators. Together with organizations like CryptoChicks, we will be able to create a better blockchain development industry.”
Elena Sinelnikova, the Founder and CEO of CryptoChicks Inc. shared that CryptoChicks Community that consists of 550 blockchain developers from Canada, U.S., Australia, Pakistan, Russia, Kazakhstan, and the Bahamas from Canada. She also shared:
“Our developers found that Link platform indeed simplifies the development process. We are looking forward to have more of these regular workshops for our community.”
Blockmason went on to add:
“The goal of Link is to empower developers to focus on more creative and innovative projects and help get them to market rapidly. Link opens an entirely new population of prospective users and clients to the growing world of decentralized applications by eliminating the need for cryptocurrencies to acquire, browser plugins to install or servers to maintain or monitor.”