Blockchain. Portugal closer to Spain and Brazil after partnerships

Portuguese Blockchain Alliance signed protocols of partnership with Alastria, from Spain, and Blockchain Brasil. Both entitites are now partners of the Portuguese Alliance, like Nordic and Israeli Blockchain Association.

The Portuguese Blockchain Alliance announces that it has signed international partnerships with its counterparts in Spain, Alastria, and Brazil, Blockchain Brasil.
Both Alastria and Blockchain Brasil are driving this technology in their respective countries, opening doors for the popularization and massification of Blockchain in the industries and sectors of Spain and Brazil.

Under the protocols signed with each of the entities, the parties will be able to develop joint research, acceleration and consulting projects, conduct educational events and courses with startups, companies, entrepreneurs and government entities and share information on the state of adoption of technology in their respective countries.

Alastria is the first multisectoral consortium promoted by companies and institutions to establish a semi-public infrastructure of Blockchain / Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), which supports legally effective services in Spain and in accordance with European regulations.

Blockchain Brasil is one of the main drivers of the Blockchain paradigm in the largest South American country, and is carrying out several technology-related courses and can be used by businesses and inquisitors.

"This is another step to put Portugal as one of the main countries in the development of Blockchain technology," explains Rui Serapicos, of the Portuguese Blockchain Alliance. "Both Alastria in Spain and Blockchain Brasil have countless projects in their countries to boost technology and are, at various points, examples for what Portugal can achieve."

Recall that in addition to Alastria and Blockchain Brasil, the Portuguese Blockchain Alliance has also signed partnership agreements with the Nordic Blockchain Association and the Israeli Blockchain Association.