Collaborating with the best to shape the future
Partnerships are a crucial part of NotCentralised's strategy for driving innovation in the field of web3 and decentralized technology. By working with industry leaders, we are able to tap into their expertise and resources to develop cutting-edge solutions that push the boundaries of what is possible with web3. Our partnerships allow us to stay at the forefront of industry developments and stay ahead of the curve when it comes to emerging trends and technologies and they also give us access to a larger audience and wider range of resources and networks.
Stone & Chalk
Stone & Chalk is an Australian fintech and innovation hub. It provides a range of services to start-ups and scale-ups in the financial services and technology sectors, including co-working space, mentoring, networking events, and access to funding and other resources. The organization is headquartered in Sydney, but has additional locations in Melbourne and Adelaide.
Along with our Aus DeFi Association, Stone & Chalk have created the Web3 Innovation Centre where NotCentralised provides various services.
StarkWare is a research and development company that focuses on creating scalable solutions for blockchain technology. They develop zero-knowledge proof systems, which allow for the verification of computations without revealing the inputs or outputs. This can be used to improve the privacy and scalability of blockchain systems. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Israel, with offices in the United States and Canada. They have raised more than $75 million in funding in their series A and B rounds. They are the technology behind companies like Immutable.
Hedera is a decentralized, open-source, proof-of-stake public ledger that utilizes the leaderless, asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerance (aBFT) hashgraph consensus algorithm. It is governed by a collusion-resistant, decentralized council of leading enterprises, universities, and web3 projects from around the world.
Hedera’s performance-optimized Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) smart contracts, along with its easy-to-use native tokenization and consensus service APIs, enable developers to create real-time web3 applications and ecosystems that will drive the future of the internet.