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Dear Ambrosus Community,
Welcome to another bi-weekly progress report! In this week’s check-in on the Ambrosus Ecosystem, specific focus is directed towards the rapidly expanding Ambrosus external startups: a huge wave of projects, across continents and in diverse industries, are steadily advancing according to schedule! At the same time, progress continues as usual on AMB-NET as more and more masternodes steadily continue to onboard onto the Ambrosus Network. Here is a look at the most important updates from the past two weeks.
The Ambrosus Ecosystem is Growing Fast!
The Ambrosus Team is pleased to announce a number of new and existing initiatives that are currently in development through the Ambrosus Ecosystem Incubation Programme (for legal purposes, names and specific details have been omitted).
First, a multi-faceted project is being developed with a company based out of Greece, that pertains to data validation and certification as well as personal information management, specifically in humanitarian and academic situations. As a unique application of the Ambrosus Ecosystem, these projects combine specific hardware pieces with the Ambrosus Network to ensure that individuals or academic institutions are able to quickly and securely access information that has been validated on the Ambrosus blockchain. While this project remains in its early stages, there remain significant funding and adoption opportunities with this specific application that will continue to develop into the future.
Second, a new industrial project using the open-source code of the Ambrosus Ecosystem is developing for the purpose of monitoring poultry! The interest behind this project is in tracking the supply chain of baby chickens, to demonstrate the humane and timely delivery of both chicks and eggs. In this sense, the industrial project has been designed at the intersection of both IoT and blockchain: different supply chain actors will be interfacing with the Ambrosus Network via application, while specific ...
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