- Blockchain Council
- February 17, 2023
The Japanese multinational information and communications technology equipment and services corporation, Fujitsu has announced its new platform to support Web3 developers worldwide. Fintech Time reported that this new platform by Fujitsu offers Blockchain-based service APIs, simulations, high computing technology, and artificial intelligence for developers building Web3 services and applications and universities working in Web3 development.
On Feb 8, the company said that its new platform is envisioned to support a diverse ecosystem creation for Web3 applications with a wide range of huge cases, including business transactions, contracts, digital content rights management, and processes. The company also said it would offer free access to selected participants in the Fujitsu accelerator program, a global partner program for CaaS (Containers as a Service). Program partners can access the platform from March in Japan, and the company plans to launch its Global platform later in the year.
Fujitsu focuses on three themes for its newest Web3 platform: rights management and utilization of digital content realization of a co-creation society through DAO (decentralized autonomous organizations). The company is also planning to hold a contest for global planning and development which will build and implement decentralized autonomous organizations and Web3 communities. There has been rapid growth in Web3-based accelerator programs since last year.
Cointelegraph reported Web3 accelerator Beacon completed its first cohort, where 13 companies showcased their Blockchain-based startups and graduated. The cohort was named “Cohort 0,” It began in October with initial participation from 15 companies working in different sectors, including gaming, decentralized finance, and other subsectors of cryptocurrency infrastructure.
On Jan 31, Cointelegraph reported about a $100 million backed Cronos Accelerator Program.