Ethereum Classic Introduces Studio Program, Will Support Launch of New Projects

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Labs announced that it has launched a new studio program which will assist new projects to be launched on the platform. ETC will lend technical support to those companies which seek consultation for the new projects. The company releases an official statement via a blog on Thursday.

As per the blog, the program will provide technical expertise to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps), will guide start-up on launch and marketing, and will assist businesses wanting to deploy on PoW protocol. The new program will also help companies raise capital fund. CEO of Ethereum Classic Labs, Terry Culver said

We are excited to provide our technical and marketing experts to the growing community of developers and entrepreneurs building on Ethereum Classic. With the dedicated developers in our Core group along with our funding and mentorship programs in our Accelerate group, Studio brings it all together to continue to mature the Ethereum Classic ecosystem.

After forking out from the parent Ethereum Blockchain, Ethereum Classic has made significant development, expanding its community and user considerably. ETC Labs has taken serious efforts to improve functionality, compatibility, and interoperability with other major blockchain networks including Ethereum.

About a week ago, ETC Labs had announced a new accelerator program on July 28, to promoted the development of applications based on the Ethereum Classic network. The accelerator program will work on hard and soft skills development, and the participants are to be trained by the ETC Labs Core Team. The Core Team itself was constituted earlier in January this year. All of these efforts indicate that ETC Labs is pushing for adoption of the network, by making the life of novice developers easy.

Adoption of blockchain is on the rise, and companies are making efforts to get a piece of the pie. Companies which want it, have to stay relevant in the competition, and constantly upgrade their…

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