Last year was full of spectacular accomplishments for our Telemesh project. We stepped into this new year with full of enthusiasm and had many significant breakthroughs that we can’t wait to share with you. Although the last part of the quarter has been a little bumpy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the good part is we are still proceeding through our roadmap. Without any further ado, let’s walk you straight through the latest updates.
Developing an open source, blockchain and mesh networking based solution to provide connectivity for unconnected people.Rakib Islam,
CEO, W3 Engineers Ltd
The UNICEF Innovation Fund is proud to see portfolio member, W3 Engineers, graduate. They’ve come a long way – from numerous product iterations to deep diving into understanding their ecosystem better, strengthening their business model, and gearing up to take their solution to market. They’re now ready to collaborate at a larger scale – as they find new pathways to work with partners, investors, and the open source community.
Ethereum Classic Labs and the UNICEF Innovation Fund are partnering to drive blockchain-based solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Here’s a look at the first three projects selected to receive funding and other support — and how they aim to improve people’s lives.
The last few months were fascinating for our Telemesh project. Please click on the link below to catch up the previous updates of our project:
Now that you know a few works of Telemesh let’s have a look at the journey of it in the 3rd quarter.
It has been six months since UNICEF announced a cohort of six companies to receive seed funding from UNICEF’s Innovation Fund.
The companies are blockchain start-ups and are being supported by UNICEF’s Innovation team for twelve months. The start-ups are Atix Labs (Argentina), OS City (Mexico), Precrypto (Mexico), StaTwig (India), W3 Engineers (Bangladesh) and Utopixar (Tunisia).