Legal Nodes Has Been Selected to Participate in an International Blockchain Accelerator LongHash
Legal Nodes Team
Legal Nodes, a recently released startup that aims to build a first fully “distributed law firm”, has made it to the international acceleration program for blockchain startups, carried out by the LongHash in Berlin, Germany, starting January 7, 2019.
During the course of the next three months, our team is going to attend various workshops, conducted by the LongHash`s mentors, focusing on blockchain technology, smart contracts, tokenomics, cybersecurity, tax, accounting and legal compliance for blockchain startups, as well as branding, marketing and networking, business model development, fund management and pitching.
We see this program as an opportunity to develop our Platform by working together with leading experts in technology, law, and finance, as LongHash`s philosophy of building a global ecosystem comprising of cryptocurrency exchanges, custodians and dealers, is very similar to those of Legal Nodes. It goes without saying, that in the light of uncertain digital assets regulation and lack of legislation harmonization, access to high-quality legal services for blockchain businesses is a cornerstone to such global network effective functioning.
Thus, our team will use this acceleration program to further bolster its knowledge in the blockchain sphere and integrate into the LongHash`s ecosystem. LongHash, supported by China-based venture capital fund powered by blockchain – Fenbushi Capital, has already been quite successful at its global coverage, having established a global media platform and offices in Berlin, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Zug, and plans to open more in Seoul, Silicon Valley and Kyiv in the near future.
The 3 months-long incubation program will be followed by the Demo Day in March 2019, giving an opportunity to present Legal Nodes to investors. Legal Nodes team is beyond grateful for belief in our idea, and we are very determined to get the most out of the acceleration program and our cooperation with LongHash.