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Launch of the the House of Blockchain in Vaduz, Liechtenstein at an opening ceremony on Monday that featured a speech from Prime Minister of Liechtenstein, Adrian Hasler.

The House of Blockchain encapsulates a collaborative environment that the æternity establishment and NÄGELE Attorneys aim to foster worldwide, in order to bring the benefits of blockchain technology to the masses.

The House of Blockchain will support projects that share a vision for a future built on powerful, user-friendly decentralized applications.

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Prime Minister of Liechtenstein, Adrian Hasler welcomed the House of Blockchain in a speech to the 160 attendees, explaining that he was pleased to see the blockchain ecosystem thriving in Liechtenstein, a country that supports the growth and innovative business models quickly emerging from the technology. He acknowledged that with flourishing innovation comes a need for strong support from all regulatory bodies and in Liechtenstein, the Government firmly believes in the potential and the many use cases that blockchain technology brings.


Currently, 10 projects have joined the House of Blockchain Coworking Space, which is part of the HoB initiative.

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Projects such as Chainium, the equity network that allows business owners to sell equity in their business in return for capital from investors; Light 47, SmartToken, Upvest and Weeve, a global network that enables the commercialization of the IoT in the sharing and data economy; also TV-TWO, a blockchain-based open platform for a decentralized television ecosystem and DORIUM, a social-economic system creating, rewarding, and financing social and environmental impact.

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