The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has announced a program to support blockchain start-ups that will help children around the world. “We are interested in companies using the distributed ledger technology in new areas that are applicable globally,” UNICEF said in a statement. To this end, the fund offers equity investments in the amount of $50 000-90 000 to finance start-ups that develop solutions on open blockchains. The offer is designed for smart contracts, tokens, mining and data analysis. This initiative is aimed at supporting the use of blockchain-technology for humanitarian needs.
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