A strategic alliance between the venture capital firm EMURGO and the Cardano-based platform Maestro has led to an investment agreement.
The fund will give Maestro support and resources to encourage the further uptake of the Cardano (ADA) blockchain, enabling programmers and companies to create goods and services on the protocol in a more straightforward manner.
The entire Web 3.0 platform from Maestro is made to provide developers with useful Cardano infrastructure services, enabling them to fund, develop, and scale their dApp projects all in one location. The platform also provides a set of tools for tracking Cardano on-chain data for goods and services in real time.
The venture investing division of EMURGO, the company that created the Cardano blockchain, is called EMURGO Venture.
- EMURGO-Maestro alliance secures investment in the Cardano platform.
- Maestro Web 3.0 platform offers Cardano infrastructure services, real-time tracking tools, and funding for dApp projects.
- EMURGO enhances Cardano’s decentralized privacy with Partisia blockchain collaboration.
The agreement goes beyond mere investment since it supports their shared objective of enhancing the Web3.0 developer experience and enhancing their capacity to offer developers the resources and assistance necessary to fully realize the potential of the Web3.0 revolution.
To improve Cardano’s decentralized privacy features on-chain, EMURGO collaborated with Partisia blockchain, one of the company‘s many successful relationships with numerous industries and governments.
With the introduction of cutting-edge goods and services like the Layer 2 scaling solution Cardano Hydra, the Marlowe smart contract tool, and the DSL, the Cardano blockchain is gaining popularity on a global scale.v