DLT4ALL is a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union with the goal to make Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) and their applications understandable
The purpose behind the DLT4All project is to address effectively the lack of European entrepreneurs’ and SMEs’, students’, investors’ and incubator managers’ understanding of Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) and their applications.
While DLT and Blockchain can have significant economic and social impact, many European entrepreneurs, angel investors and incubator managers are still not aware of the potential benefits the adoption of these technologies can offer in terms of growth and innovation.
Additionally, while many European Higher Education Institutes have shown interest in blockchain, their curricula lack real-world cases from the business, investor and startup worlds that will allow them to deeply understand and analyse state-of-the-art applications and blockchain-based technologies’ innovation potentials.
What we do
DLT4All will train students from different backgrounds (technical, business) in blockchain and distributed ledger technologies in easily accessible language and formats.
The project will enrich entrepreneurs’ scientific know-how and commercial endeavours on a transnational level.
It will inform investors of the potential benefits the adoption of these technologies can offer in terms of growth and innovation.
DLT4All will allow incubator managers to acquire relevant skills and know-how on blockchain and DLT from technical and business perspectives.
Who we are
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union under Grant Agreement N°2018-2348
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Project duration: November 2018 – October 2021