Virtual Info Session: Funding Opportunities for the Blockchain community – TruBlo

In collaboration with Berlin Partner the TruBlo project will provide a one-hour info session for Open Call #3 on November 24, 2021.

This is an invitation for everyone interested to join a short, one-hour virtual info session about TruBlo on November 24th, 13:00 to 14:00 CET. The focus will be on how to participate in the next open call of the project. The call will open on January 27, 2022, detailed information is available on the TruBlo homepage.

Who should apply for funding?

TruBlo offers an opportunity to fund your early-stage idea for trustable content on future blockchains. Target groups for participation are researchers, innovators, developers from academia, startups, high tech companies or natural persons.

Selected participants can get up to 175.000 euros for their project, equity-free. The total available amount of funding is 4,2 million euros for the entire TruBlo project.

TruBlo has defined two use cases to create a broad frame for selectable ideas:

  • Use case 1: Trust and reputation models on blockchains.
  • Use case 2: Proof-of-validity and proof-of-location.

The funding call is also divided into two phases:

  • The first phase has the aim to produce ground-breaking research results on one of the two selected use cases.
  • The second phase is where only selected teams will continue their innovation plan with extended funding, providing more tangible prototypes, closer to market and Minimum Viable Products (MVP).

For this event, TruBlo teams up with Berlin Partner, who are the organizers.

If you would like to learn more about the project and the open call please register by November 23 on the website below:

Funding opportunities for the Blockchain community | Cluster IKT (

The event will be held in English.



9. November 2021

Written by Mirko Lorenz

Mirko Lorenz, Innovation Manager Research and Cooperation team at Deutsche Welle. More: DW Innovation

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