Monday, June, 17, 2019 04:52:33

The trio will help Tribe Accelerator in sharing more knowledge and variable skills in different fields and to build inclusive ecosystem for Industry 4.0

Tribe, a Singapore government-supported blockchain accelerator, has partnered with BMW Group Asia, Nielson and technology company Intel. The aim of partnering with this trio is to help Tribe Accelerator in sharing more knowledge and variable skills in different fields and to build inclusive ecosystem for industry 4.0.

There will be a demo tour involved in this corporate partnership which will cover Singapore, San Francisco, Seoul, and Shanghai. According to Coindoo, BMW will provide masterclass and mentoring sessions on implementation of blockchain solutions in worldwide market for everyone.

Carsten Sapia, Vice President-group IT and Head of APAC region, BMW Group Asia reportedly said that they hope to help startups in developing their proofs-of-concept and achieve next stage of development.

Intel Corporation will reportedly help in offering business and technical mentorship to startups.

Michael Reed, Director-Blockchain program, Intel Corporation, noted that Intel SGX and Intel Xeon Scalable Processors are Intel technologies which can help in improving security, privacy, and scalability of blockchain solutions.

Meanwhile, Nielson will offer a sandbox to provide participants a safe and controlled environment to test new technologies and speed up the adoption of blockchain solutions.

This is not the first partnership of Tribe Accelerator. The Accelerator was reported to have partnered with Ethereum development studio ConsenSys last month to improve blockchain ecosystem in Singapore.

For the record, Tribe Accelerator was launched as a part of TRIVE ventures, which is a venture capital firm, in association with South Korean blockchain network ICON Foundation and accountancy giant PwC Singapore’s venture hub. Enterprise Singapore, a government agency set up for developing start up ecosystem in Singapore, is supporting the Accelerator.