Ohio Accelerators to Pump Over $100 Million into Blockchain Startups
The two startup accelerators in Ohio say they are investing more than $ 100 million in block-chain companies.
JumpStart, a nonprofit organization that supports and funded Ohio-based venture businesses, said that Cleveland.com's report states that the first six-tiered block-chain company with an emphasis on business or government- It has been shown to invest billions of dollars.
FlashStarts, another business accelerator from Cleveland, Ohio, is offering $ 6 million for venture companies to start a pre-seed funding round.
This funding plan was announced at the Blockland Solutions Conference in Cleveland, Ohio by JumpStart CEO Ray Leach.
Leach suggested that the other investment funds in the state were not officially confirmed, but that they plan to spend $ 200 million more in the block-chain company in the next few years.
Ohio is one of the most blocked states in the United States. Last week, taxes became the first week to pay with a bit coin. This move will allow local businesses to pay a variety of taxes from tobacco sales tax to utility tax.
Ohio is legally recognizing data stored in a block chain in August. At the same time, lawmakers attacked the nation as the center of block change for the future.
Image via Cleterland, Ohio, Shutterstock
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