Crypto Valley Based Accelerator, BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION, Partners with Swissnex India to Provide Swiss Startups a Launchpad in India’s Booming Digital Market
BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION, a Swiss based accelerator program based in the Crypto Valley (Zug), launches its services to support high quality blockchain startups around the world in fundraising, implementing their projects and expanding into the global market. Comprising of a team of seasoned blockchain entrepreneurs who have built their own successful projects, BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION offers great insights and support to early stage startups, as well as access to their network of investors and global crypto hedge funds.
Stefan Deiss, Founder and CEO of BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION, said, “Our team of experienced blockchain entrepreneurs and practitioners now offer specialist expertise to assist startups and enterprises to develop successful blockchain-powered businesses and raise capital through STOs, traditional VC rounds, and private equity placement.”
In their mission to accelerate blockchain startups to global markets, BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION is setting up ‘propulsion hubs’ in different countries around the world. They have partnered with swissnex India to tap into the fast-growing opportunities in the Indian market. swissnex India will enable the accelerator to expand globally by coaching and scaling the Swiss startups in the Indian market.
Sebastien Hug, CEO of swissnex India, said, “India is on its way to becoming a trillion dollar digital economy, and blockchain is clearly playing out a pivotal role as global businesses are realising its worth. BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION is attracting globally relevant blockchain applications to Switzerland, localising them and then helping them internationalise. The experience, commitment and knowledge of the founding team at BLOCKCHAIN PROPULSION is impressive and we are excited to partner with them. This partnership paves way for Swiss domiciled blockchain technology startups to access one of the largest digital markets in the world – India!”