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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Building the Tezos army

Zug-based Tezos has announced substantial funding to build an “army” of Tezos-focused programmers - 1000 to be exact - by the end of 2019.


Swiss-based Crypto Fund has FINMA approval

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”

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Learning Solidity just got easier

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.


Crypto Valley continues to boom - by the numbers

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.

Ian Simpson