Tezos Berlin is a nonprofit that contributes to the advancement of the Tezos ecosystem. It is dedicated to fostering community, development, and collaborative efforts. Through the hosting of various events, meetings, and workshops, the organization brings a wide array of people together and provides support for them to work with and on Tezos.
Chorus Mobility is focusing on research and development of the Blockchain based peer-to-peer payments protocols and decentralized applications for connected vehicles. They emerged as a winner out of 23 participants from 15 countries worldwide in the BMW-backed auto tech Blockchain competition MOBI Grand Challenge.
The IMDEA Software Institute joins the Tezos Community with the collaboration agreement signed with Nomadic Labs, an active member of the ecosystem. Nomadic Labs has ample expertise in research and development of distributed, decentralized, and formally verified software, and is a preferent partner of the Tezos Foundation.
Tezos Blockstars by B9lab. Fast-track your education to building on Tezos. Tezos Blockstars is an end-to-end program supported by experienced tutors at B9lab and designed to provide developers with the knowledge and skills needed to become industry-leading Tezos developers.