To complement the launch of its grant program, Casper said it will provide education to support developers and innovators on its network.
Scalable blockchain network Casper announced the launch of its new Casper Accelerate Grant Program on Nov. 23, created to support developers and innovators who are building apps to support infrastructure, end-user applications, and research innovation on its blockchain.
JUST IN from @nextblockexpo:
We’re glad to announce the launch of a $25M Casper Accelerate Grant Program.
This fund will support learning, development, and innovations in Infrastructure, #dApps, #DeFi, #Gaming & NFTs.
Learn more https://t.co/jClYyYxRVW pic.twitter.com/V8KszHEjM3
— Casper (@Casper_Network) November 23, 2022
The Casper Network is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) enterprise-focused blockchain designed to help businesses to build private or permissioned apps, aimed at accelerating businesses and the adoption of blockchain technology. The network also boasts of solving the “scalability trilemma”, which revolves around “security, decentralization, and high throughput.” It also features upgradeable smart contracts, relatively lower gas fees compared to other Layer 1 blockchains, and developer-friendly features to make it easier for the protocol to evolve as businesses expand their use.
To complement the launch of its grant program, Casper said it is creating a new digital portal to support developers and innovators on the network with practical tools and code, to help build their products. The developer portal is scheduled to go live in the first quarter of 2023.
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