has launched a startup accelerator and a aimed at creating a workforce ready to take jobs in the blockchain economy.
The move is a recognition that there is a shortage of blockchain-savvy technical talent and that many students today don’t understand the technology.
The alliance’s first members include Stellar Development Foundation, Tron, Hedera, Icon, Ontology, Wanchain, Harmony One, Nervos, Orbs, LTO Network, Emurgo, Nem, and ETC Labs. These blockchain companies will work collectively to provide university students with the connections and knowledge needed to enter the workforce and contribute to the growing industry.
San Francisco-based MouseBelt will announce an additional 15 members in the near future.
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The Blockchain Education Alliance will