Speaking to crypto industry media outlet CoinDesk on Oct. 10, the company’s head of experiential marketing Yadira Blocker confirmed the latest round of startups to receive cash.
ConsenSys has been funding what it considers to be promising projects since February. Since the launch, the ConsenSys Grants scheme has spent $330,000 on 15 startups.
“In Wave 1, we saw a lot of applications but they weren’t super strong. In Wave 2, we started to see more credible teams and more unique ideas come to the table,” Blocker said.
Among the latest recipients, now as part of Wave 3, are Ethereum software client Lighthouse and mobile decentralized applications constructor Alice.
“ConsenSys Grants funds open-source projects that benefit the greater Ethereum ecosystem,” the firm’s officials explained in a blog post on Sept. 9, adding:
“We support projects in critical areas like core infrastructure, improved developer tooling and UX, security, and access to knowledge for developers, users, and social impact.”
As Cointelegraph reported on Oct. 4, ConsenSys confirmed it had acquired infrastructure provider Infura, one of the Ethereum projects it previously backed.
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