The Substrate Builders Program aims to “identify, support, and mentor substrate-based projects that are building impactful chains, whether they are building a solo chain, parachain, bridged chain or parathread.” It also gives developers the opportunity to use Parity’s extensive resources and expertise. Not only by being a receipt of web3 Open Grants Milestone, but by building our platform and tech in a way that will help the overall Polkadot ecosystem. We are excited to say we are closer now to this goal as Apron Network has been accepted into Parity’s Substrate Builders Program.
After a few months preparing for the materials and interviews, Apron has been approved to ride on the journey with other noteworthy projects such as Litentry, Kylin, Equilibrium (Can be found here).
During the duration of the program, Parity will assist the Apron Network team in different aspects including:
4.Business Development Support
5.Strategy & Feedback
As another exciting milestone in our journey, we are incredibly appreciative of the support we have received. We plan to keep the momentum going as we continue to share more of our technical and partnership developments in the coming weeks!
About Apron Network
Apron Network is a decentralized infrastructure service platform built by employing Polkadot technology in the blockchain world. Apron has adopted the idea of being a decentralized platform which belongs to a middle service that provides a connection between the blockchain and the application software. It aims to make transactions for infrastructure software services simple, efficient, and reliable by connecting service providers and users in the decentralized service market. Apron has obtained fund-raising from NGC, Monday Capital, DFG, CMS and other institutions and Web3 Foundation Grant.
Apron Network will connect to multiple public chains such as Ethereum, BSC, Filecoin, Helium, including Layer 2, providing developers with low-cost various blockchain ecological infrastructure services in the forthcoming future.
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