Ubisoft selects blockchain startup for its Entrepreneurs Lab


Aleph.im, a blockchain-based storage and computing startup, has been chosen to take part within the sixth season of Ubisoft’s Entrepreneurs Lab, providing additional publicity to the rising blockchain trade. 

The French online game developer has been working Entrepreneurs Lab for the previous six years, providing startups and entrepreneurs the power to entry firm assets and experience as they scale up and commercialize their merchandise. This season’s focus is “blockchain and optimistic leisure.” Along with Alepi.im, 11 different startups from Canada, Europe and Australia have been chosen to take part.

“We’re very proud to be welcoming all of those gifted startups for the sixth season of the Ubisoft Entrepreneurs Lab, stated Virgina Hass, the chief studios working officer at Ubisoft.

Jonathan Schemoul, CEO of aleph.im defined his firm’s focus:

“Our main mission is to make decentralized cloud providers a actuality. It’s actually encouraging to have such a profitable enterprise getting behind our imaginative and prescient of making the subsequent era of cloud providers that can be open-source, unstoppable and trustless.”

The mentorship program provides Aleph.im the chance to boost its decentralized ecosystem with direct assist from Ubisoft area consultants. The top aim, based on aleph.im, is to merge blockchain and social leisure to “drive the way forward for leisure.”

2021 has been an enormous yr for blockchain startups, with enterprise capital and personal fairness companies pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into dozens of tasks. In contrast to the 2017 ICO craze, it’s smart money that’s leading the capital raises, with the likes of JPMorgan Chase, Mastercard and UBS pledging massive quantities of cash.