Charged Particles introduced dApps accelerator program

Charged Particles presented on Wednesday July 7, through its Twitter account, the accelerator program for charged particles dApps. According to the company, as the ecosystem continues to grow, they will support projects based on its Protocol.

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Image about the publication of Charged Particles on Twitter

“Today we are proud to announce our Charged Particle dApps Accelerator Program. Our dApp Accelerator program will be our way of supporting projects based on the Charged Particle Protocol. The program will consist of various levels of support, including, among others, grants, funding, partnerships, technical support and advice”, he said through an article published on the Medium platform.

The company assured that they currently have two applications that have been in stealth mode and will be formally launched later this year.

“Our enthusiasm for our Protocol is no secret; since the possibilities are endless for the applications and use cases that are possible with our technology”, he added.

In his view, as his community has grown, “we have learned many new and innovative ways in which people seek to take advantage of our protocol; everything from logistics and commodity companies to gaming applications and trading cards. Our universe is rapidly expanding in many directions and we are excited to see its continued growth”.

Also read: Polygon announced that Barn Bridge launched on the platform

About Charged Particles

It is a protocol that allows users to deposit ERC-20 tokens (ANY token) in an NFT. A sparse NFT (eg art, collectible, virtual real estate, game item, etc.) can now be transformed into a basket containing various other tokens. The principal amount can be locked in time within the NFT, and through integration with Aave’s aTokens, the programmable performance of these DeFi performance-generating assets is just a few clicks away.

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