Tezos blockchain and Fuelarts collaborate to launch an Art+Tech acceleration program for web3 entrepreneurs
Startups can draw applications through December 30
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Fuelarts collaborates with Tezos blockchain to launch the first-ever joint acceleration program for art and tech startups.
The equity-free program is aimed at web3 entrepreneurs who empower culture and art through innovative solutions. During the 11-week program, selected startups will have the opportunity to receive the help of professional mentors and connect with industry leaders and Tezos’ technology experts. Participants will receive 18 hours of individual mentorship as well as have access to 12 hours of group classes.
The accelerator accepts angel-to-seed investment-stage startups whose mission is based on one of the five segments of the NFT value chain: R&D, Trading, Management, GameFi, and Analytics. Companies that wish to participate in the program need to be art and tech-oriented and have a CTO or a tech team.
The Co-founder and General Partner at Fuelarts, Denis Belkevich, told Metaverse Post that the accelerator had been created to unite Art+Tech startups and provide them with knowledge and practical tech tools. The program will include one-on-one sessions with top mentors, giving each startup unique solutions and keys to success.
The co-founder of BullPerks and GamesPad and one of the mentors of the Art+Tech accelerator, Constantin Kogan, had this to say about the program:
“It’s rare for a young startup to have all-in-one essential skills to be successful in a highly competitive market. To stand out you need product development, sales, marketing and fundraising skill set. The acceleration program is a meticulous step-by-step path to success based on practical hands-on experience in web3 Art+Tech.”
The acceleration program will be held online, and interested entrepreneurs can participate from anywhere in the world. The program takes off on February 3, 2023. The demo day, where participants can meet over 2,500 institutional and private investors, is scheduled for April 20.
“As a founder, it was highly critical for me to have a mentor and be part of an accelerator program to attend, laying the groundwork and navigating the eco-system. An environment to test ideas and ask questions helps build the stamina it takes. Fuelarts brings these passionate people to the table for founders to benefit from,” told the CEO of Blockchain.art, Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt, to Metaverse Post.
Entrepreneurs can draw applications through December 30 on a dedicated website. It’s worth noting that Tezos and Fuelarts have already received dozens of applications from international companies.
“Tezos, as a leading blockchain for Art, is there to help startup founders in their path to Web3. And we at Fuelarts are happy to share the values of the Tezos ecosystem, built on transparency, efficiency, security, and community trust. We believe that these principles are quite similar to the ones of the art world,”added Denis Belkevich.
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