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EBF welcomes another new partner - Electra Project

12.04.2019
The #EBF is very proud to announce another partner in Electra Project #Foundation. Boardmember, Robert Bakker: "Electra Foundation is delighted to partner with the European Blockchain Foundation. We believe that, in order to achieve adoption of #blockchaintechnlogy, collaboration is essential and both both the #EBF en our Foundation will strenghten each other in creating impact op the European continent." The #EBF is creating real traction and is...
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EBF welcomes a new partner - Oxycoin.io

12.04.2019
After having a great week speaking with #MEP2019 candidates, we also have the pleasure of announcing 2 new partners. First we are proud to be able to announce that Oxycoin.io has joined the European Blockchain Foundation and want to thank our chairman Bart Brands, CSIP, boardmember Christiaan Jimmink and Oxycoin #CEO Jan Willem Veldhuis and Ing. Roger Berk for making this partnership happen. The EBF is making real steps and we want thank all...
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EBF introduces another new partner - Bitcoinmeester

23.02.2019
The European Blockchain Foundation would like to welcome #bitcoinmeester https://www.bitcoinmeester.nl/ as our newest partner. We want to thank Christiaan Jimmink and our chairman Bart Brands, CSIP for making this partnership happen....
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EBF to introduce new partnership - LEEP Network

18.02.2019
The week begins with a new announcement of a new partnership for the European Blockchain Foundation . We are happy to add LEEP to our growing list of partners that support our mission to create a #blockchainfriendly #ecosytem in Europe. A big thank you to @Martijn van de Weerdt for making this partnership happen. For more information please visit...
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