DID Grant

Come to build, learn and pave the future for decentralize identity

DID startups program is where talents come to accelerate their ideas and work with other projects.

DID START-UP PROGRAM

DID Startups Program logo

Are you a founder or developer working on a DID project? Or perhaps an Investor looking for new investment opporunities?

Our support includes

Technical Assistance

Regular 1-on-1 check-ins from Litentry to check updates, give technical support and seek potential collaboration

Grant

A grant to support our member in expanding the team and developing a MVP

Marketing Resource

Marketing collaboration to co-write articles and co-host online events to promote members' identity solution

VC Connections

Connect members with VCs and assist in investment issues

Partnership

Connect with other projects and advisors in the DID field and help expand project use cases

Advisors

In no specific order

Jasmine Zhang

Jasmine Zhang

General Partner | A&T Capital

Xinshu Dong

Xinshu Dong

Partner | IOSG Venture(Previously founder of Zilliqa)

Philip Forte

Philip Forte

Partner | BlockVenture
Founder | CMU Blockchain

Justine Humenansky

Justine Humenansky

Strategy | Rabbithole

Supervisors

Substrate Builders Program

The Substrate Builders Program is a program launched by Parity to identify, support, and mentor substrate-based projects that are building impactful chains.

BlockVenture

The BlockVenture Coalition is a research-driven alliance of university blockchain groups and venture capital funds.

Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator

The Xcelerator is a joint venture between Berkeley's Haas School of Business, Berkeley Engineering's Sutardja Center, and Blockchain at Berkeley that provides non-dilutive support to blockchain startups.

DID is short for decentralized identity. It is an assembled collection of identity data that is generated on decentralized applications, with which users have the ultimate ownership and control of their ID.