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Tezos Development Hub in London Launched by TriliTech

Thu, 10/07/2021 - 15:15
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Vladislav Sopov
Blockchain veterans will curate the progress of Tezos' developer ecosystem
Tezos Development Hub in London Launched by TriliTech
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A new development, research and promotion center launches in London to facilitate the evolution of Tezos-based solutions.

Trilitech launches Tezos hub in London: Details

According to the press release shared with U.Today, the TriliTech team announces the launch of a multi-purpose Tezos-centric development hub in London.

Trilitech launches Tezos hub
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The TriliTech team includes recognized high-profile experts in decentralization, gaming, fintech and backend development.

Robin Maxe, chief operating officer of TriliTech, stresses the importance of this launch for the entire Tezos ecosystem and its enthusiasts across the globe:

World class adoption and development teams are fundamental to world-changing software networks. TriliTech aims to be a centre of excellence in the Tezos ecosystem focusing on exciting and unique research and development at the protocol level and global adoption for the Tezos network, pushing the boundaries of blockchain use-cases.

Besides technology consulting and development support, the newly-launched hub will curate mentorship programs for the next generation of Tezos developers.

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