Cofound.it, the platform that connects blockchain believers to teams that are building serious blockchain businesses has announced three new candidates for its newly announced seed funding program. The new program, which was introduced earlier this month is for early-stage blockchain companies with the selected startups getting access to the Cofound.it Priority Pass community earlier in the seed funding process before the larger crowdsale.
The three seed candidates are listed below:
- Block Collider – A 2nd generation heterogeneous blockchain protocol. Not built on Bitcoin or Ethereum and without validators like the Polkadot network or Cosmos, the Block Collider uses an entirely new algorithm to combine blocks of other crypto currencies to form a fast and secure distributed ledger. This ledger maintains 100% decentralization while enabling users to hand pick features from any blockchain and link them together through the collider’s heterogeneous blockchain; swap and transact with complete freedom between chains.
- Datafund – Datafund is a protocol and distributed application (dApp) that guards personal data, provides safe storage and enables data exchange. Information is shared on the need-to-know basis according to an agreement between exchanging parties.
- ENTX – the ENTX vision is to provide users with current and accurate information about what the markets are willing to pay for their digital assets. By combining the wisdom of the crowds, expert assessments and big data, ENTX will allow an ecosystem of algorithms to attempt to provide and construct a fair market value for each asset.
Cofound.it Q3 and the Cofound.it evaluator beta program
The company also released its first quarterly report and announced that 10% of their Q3 profits ($125,000) will be used in its evaluator beta program. As part of this program, Cofound.it will select up to 50 beta Cofound.it evaluators that will be rewarded for their evaluations in CFI tokens. Applications for evaluators is supposed to open up soon for all Cofound.it Priority Pass members.