Fujitsu has introduced a new platform to assist Web3 developers worldwide, offering a development environment, blockchain-based service APIs, high-computing technologies, simulations, AI, and combinatorial optimization, for start-ups, partner companies, and universities constructing Web3 applications and services.
The Web3 Acceleration Platform strives to support the formation of an assorted ecosystem of Web3 applications across various use cases, such as digital content rights management, business transactions, contracts, and processes.
The platform will also provide free access to select participants in the Fujitsu Accelerator Program for containers as a service (CaaS) global partner program. The company plans to make the platform accessible worldwide later in the year, following its launch in Japan in March.
Fujitsu has outlined three main themes for its Web3 platform, which include the creation of a co-creation society through decentralized autonomous organizations, the management and utilization of digital content rights, and the establishment of digital trust. To aid in developing this platform, Fujitsu is organizing a global planning and development competition to build and implement DAO communities and create new Web3 services.
Over the past year, Web3-based accelerator programs have experienced growth, such as Beacon’s first cohort, which saw 13 companies graduate and present their blockchain-based startups. Similarly, blockchain startup accelerator Cronos Labs has opened applications for its second cohort of the Cronos Accelerator Program, backed by $100 million.