Etherparty announces startups getting free use of its ICO creation platform

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Etherparty Smart Contracts, which provides smart contract software solutions for enterprises, has announced the winning entries of the Rocket Three for Free contest.

Launched in April, the Rocket Three for Free contest was designed to give three projects or startups the opportunity to win full use of Etherparty’s cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform, Rocket, free of charge.

The winners include Vancouver-based Vanyx, which provides instant and private transactions on the blockchain; Vancouver-based Covalent, which indexes blockchain transaction data that is composed of over 70,000 smart contracts; and Los Angeles-based NOW Art, which focuses on making public art more accessible using blockchain technology.

“We are excited to be a part of Etherparty’s crowdfunding platform,” said Josh Ma, co-founder of Vanyx. “Up to this point, we have been purely focused on building a great project — Rocket will greatly accelerate the go-to-market process.”

The winners will be awarded with token and crowdfund smart contracts, which are a part of Rocket, Etherparty’s packaged software solution for crowdfunding. Each project will also receive consulting support and guidance on token sales. The total crowdfund package is valued at $100,000 USD.

“The contest received a wide range of ideas, new and exciting concepts. Our contest winners spoke especially to innovation and to making a difference and that’s the kind of initiatives we want to support, now and into the future,” said Kevin Hobbs, CEO at Etherparty.

Amira Zubairi

Amira Zubairi

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