Fluree, a blockchain-based startup from North Carolina, has just revealed multiple partnerships and blockchain-related “integrations,” a press release notes.
Fluree is a blockchain-based data management platform, the release states, and is bringing in enterprise partnerships as well as integrating in some decentralized networks as well.
The platform will be using this growth to increase its product development and solidify its place in the market.
For one, the platform has raised some investments from Ridgeline Ventures, Good Growth Capital, and Engage VC. On top of this, they’ve partnered with the US Air Force and Wake Forest Digital Health.
Fluree has also integrated some systems into its platform, the release reads:
“Startup customers building on the Fluree platform have experienced streamlined time-to-market from proof of concept to minimum viable product to GA, resulting in faster funding cycles. Startups building on Fluree include end-to-end insurtech platform Benekiva, supply chain marketplace TrustClarity, decentralized ad data network Fabric, IP protection platform IdeaBlock, digital donation platform One Donation, and the Soil Health Institute.”
Even then, Fluree also launched a Global Partner Program which includes partnerships, Software as a Service app providers, blockchain experts, and some consulting firms, the release also notes.