The US authorities will award a grant to a Colorado blockchain startup, Grid7 LLC.

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The US authorities will award a grant to a Colorado blockchain startup, Grid7 LLC.

On Monday, the US Division of Power (DOE) announced that Grid7 LLC, a blockchain firm based mostly in Boulder, Colorado, will obtain an almost $1 million grant to additional develop an power challenge titled “E-Blockchain: A Scalable Platform for Safe Power Transactions and Management.” The grant is for use over a two-year interval. In keeping with information submitted to the DOE’s Small Enterprise Innovation Analysis (SBIR) and Small Enterprise Know-how Switch (STTR) applications, the Grid7 group hopes to make use of blockchain know-how to deal with cybersecurity points in energy plant management techniques, industrial management techniques, and cyber-physical systems. The challenge may even embody the event of a extra decentralized power system and the advance of grid reliability.

Grid7’s challenge is a part of the second part of the DOE’s SBIR and STTR applications. Small companies from the primary part, which centered on technical feasibility, go on to compete for part two funding, which is used to develop prototypes or processes. Throughout part one, the Colorado startup was granted almost $150,000.

The DOE says that small companies are main gamers with regards to innovation and job creation within the US financial system. Blockchain startups can definitely fall into this realm.

The choice power market has seen its justifiable share of blockchain developments. In January, the DOE introduced its collaboration with blockchain supplier BlockCypher to create a peer-to-peer power buying and selling system. In June, Silicon Valley Energy, which is predicated in Santa Clara, California, unveiled its partnership with Australian blockchain firm Energy Ledger to simplify the method of monitoring and incomes California’s Low Carbon Gas Commonplace credit. And overseas, in April, the United Nations Growth Programme revealed its blockchain-related pilot to check a photo voltaic funding system in Moldova.

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Rebecca has been actively following cryptocurrency since he was introduced to Bitcoin in August of 2013. Since then, she has spent much of his time participating in the community, trading altcoins, and freelance writing within the cryptocurrency field. She is currently an undergraduate student pursuing a double major in Economics and Computer Science, which he plans to use towards a career in the blockchain industry after graduation.
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