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Bradfield Blockchain Prize announced

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There were two major announcements made at the recent Cambridge Blockchain Forum - reviewed here.

The first was the launch of the Cambridge Bradfield Blockchain Prize, which is aimed at teams with at least one student or researcher at the University of Cambridge who are seeking funding or support to further research an area of blockchain or DLT, or develop and blockchain-based venture.

The prize will include cash, mentorship, space to work in and more.

The second announcement, picking up the main theme throughout the day, was around collaboration, and the launch of a new blockchain-focused think-tank aimed at bridging the private and public sector through education, real at-production solutions and use cases ready for deployment.

It aims to be a forum for dialogue, driving beneficial outcomes, and its first project will be focused on regulation. More on this is promised in the first quarter of 2019.

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