Cryptic Labs & LongHash Ink Strategic Deal For Blockchain Research
Cryptic Labs, a research institute mainly involved in solving fundamental security problems and advance the growth of blockchain, has inked a deal with LongHash to jointly foster blockchain startups and actively promote the in-depth understanding and research of cryptography in the context of distributed ledger technology.
Cryptic Labs, a unique accelerator with expertise in security, trust, and privacy, is guided by its Chief Scientist and research accelerator Dr. Whitfield Diffie. The 2015 Turin award winner is supported by a dedicated team of advisors having expertise in the field of cybersecurity and cryptology. The American cryptographer, along with Martin Hellman and Ralph Merkle, is a pioneer of public-key cryptography. Cryptic Labs provide collaboration on talent acquisition, research, and mentorship for enterprises that join their accelerator program.
LongHash, an acceleration platform for blockchain related projects, also has an incubator division that provides a wide range of services for startups. In at least ten cities across Asia, Middle East, Europe, and the US, LongHash plans to offer its incubator program. The company is currently having presence in Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, and Shanghai.
Managing Director and Co-founder of Cryptic Labs, Humphrey Polanen said,
“This partnership makes a lot of strategic sense and advances our mission to educate the public about the Blockchain and its impact on our data and economy. It propels Cryptic Labs in expanding geographically and in tapping into LongHash’s investment expertise in blockchain start-ups.”
CEO of LongHash (Singapore), Emma Cui said,
“I am excited to be working with Humphrey, Professor Diffie and his team. With their expertise and our global network, I believe that we will be able to bring immense value to blockchain start-ups.”