JD.com’s new accelerator focuses on blockchain startups

 JD.com, considered one of China’s largest e-commerce corporations, is launching a brand new Beijing-based accelerator program for synthetic intelligence and blockchain startups. Referred to as AI Catapult, its first batch contains six corporations: Bankorus, CanYa, Bluezelle, Nuggets, Republic Protocol and Devery. Read More

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