This Week in Crypto Valley - 15 Oct 2018
In case you didn't have a chance to follow all the news coming out of Crypto Valley over the past week, here's a quick round up.
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Zug-based Tezos has announced substantial funding to build an “army” of Tezos-focused programmers - 1000 to be exact - by the end of 2019.
After much work and patience, Crypto Fund AG, a Zug-based entity founded by former UBS banker Jan Brzezek, has been approved by FINMA to operate “collective investments”
The Liquidity Network - in collaboration with Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Imperial College London - has released a new tool for aspiring developers - the Blockchain Workbench. It includes exercises and tests to help programmers learn how to build smart contracts.
If the numbers are to be believed, Switzerland’s Crypto Valley has reason to be happy - with a continually growing number of blockchain-focused countries in the area and a handful of world-known unicorns based here.