Incubation Program 2022 Press Release

Incubation Program 2022 Press Release

ChromaWay launches an Incubation Program for 2022 to gather talented entrepreneurs and provide designers, developers, blockchain enthusiasts, and pioneers opportunities to prove their ideas and incubate their startup!

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – 10/11, 2021 - ChromaWay, The creators of Relational Blockchain, are accepting applications for their first Incubation Program. The program will be an opportunity for curious minds of all ages to develop the next generation of blockchain innovations with the support of ChromaWay. The objective of the Incubation Program is to provide knowledge, mentors, and techniques, allowing participants to learn, discover and create new use cases and applications built on Chromia technology.

ChromaWay, founded by Henrik Hjelte, Or Perelman and Alex Mizrahi in 2014, has developed a new blockchain architecture that combines the power and flexibility of a relational database and the decentralized security of a blockchain. This ‘relational blockchain’ technology powers Chromia, our public platform for decentralized applications. ChromaWay has a track record of working on enterprise projects since 2015, including banking infrastructure, land registration, green finance and payment processing. The Chromia platform also boasts a growing ecosystem, including notable blockchain games My Neighbor Alice and Mines of Dalarnia.

The participants applying for the Incubation Program should know the basics of SQL and be willing to learn ChromaWay's 'Rell,' a new blockchain and database language that allows for static typing, expressiveness, and greater security.

"An experienced developer can get to grips with Rell in a week," says August Botsford, the Technical Director at ChromaWay.

Do you have a curious mind and an idea that can change the world? Join us in our mission to build a fair and diverse society where technology allows everyone to benefit by applying for our Incubation Program.

You can learn more about the program on the Chromia Innovation Lab’s website: