Russian blocking company Waves announced the launch of an incubator for developers of decentralized applications, according to representatives of ForkLog from the project.
Residents of the wave incubator will receive funding up to 100,000 waves per project, as well as long-term technical and communication support. The general fund of the incubator is one million waves, and the amount of funds for each project will be determined individually.
Both teams and individual developers can become residents of the incubator. To participate in the selection, you must complete an application and describe the proposed development project in it. Applications are accepted everywhere in the world, but only in English, and deadlines are not limited.
In this case, the focus of Waves Incubator will be the dApps projects, developed in the language of the smart RIDE contracts, whose full startup has become possible after update nodes with RIDE support for dApps in March this year.
Waves Incubator was a continuation of the company's initiative to support projects based on the waveblock. Prior to that, the company launched a division of Waves Labs and a grants grant program. Please note that in the last three months, 24 grants have been issued for a total of about 50,000 WAVES. They received projects that actively develop the Waves ecosystem and offer other developers the opportunity to more efficiently use Blochein technology.
As noted in the company, the main interest of the company is the development of its infrastructure and the increasing number of applications developed on the waveblock.
"In each platform, the most important element is the projects that use their technology. Waves are a powerful infrastructure for creating new types of applications, decentralized applications, and we invite both organized teams and individual developers to join our ecosystem. For their part, we will do everything what is possible in order to develop the projects of the participants in the program, to develop with this new market and to use most of it, "said Waves chief Alexander Ivanov.
Earlier this month, the Wave Platform introduced a tool for creating data data based on date transactions.
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