Algorand Foundation recently partnered with NASSCOM to launch an AlgoBharat initiative to develop Web3 for young people under NASSCOM’s FutureSkills Prime skill center.
In just a year, our strategic collaborations and innovative blockchain solutions with key players (in India) have pioneered financial inclusion, with the potential for impacting millions of lives in underserved communities,Staci Warden, Algorand Foundation’s CEO, said
The blockchain protocol has also established a new partnership with TiE Bangalore, a global joint venture that supports entrepreneurs, to provide educational initiatives to support India’s Web3 ecosystem.
Algorand’s previous collaboration with T-Hub aimed to support startups, but now it will include the launch of a “Startup Lab,” a program that provides advice to 20 Web3 startups. T-hub is a technology incubator led by the Telangana government, a state in southern India.
Algorand has implemented a pilot program with SEWA to help women earn high-value carbon credits through data it will collect through its blockchain-based solution.