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Crowdaura boards Microsoft Ventures Accelerator programme

17 February 2016  |  2324 views  |  0 Source: Crowdaura

Crowdaura has now been officially accepted into the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator program as part of the London 2016 cohort.

Crowdaura is one of the first blockchain startups to be accepted into this competitive accelerator program. One of the key reasons for being accepted was that Crowdaura is not built around being a Blockchain company, but a financial services company where Blockchain just makes up one aspect of its technology stack.

This news comes on the back of Crowdaura also being accepted into the Accenture Fintech Innovation Lab on Level 39 in London’s Canary Wharf, through which it has been engaging with a number of investment banks to identify and explore viable use cases for proof of concept and production projects.

Crowdaura’s CEO has highlighted that being in both the Microsoft and Accenture programs will be beneficial for its early clients as it will be able to leverage the technology resources of Microsoft and enterprise technology integration/execution expertise of Accenture to deliver the best solutions and services to its early clients.

Crowdaura is a platform solution for banks, brokers, exchanges and funds to enable efficient and effective issuance origination, execution and administration of securities and syndicated deals.

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