Start Building with Sony & Astar: Web3 Incubation Program Receives Over 150 Registrations

• Sony Network Communications and Astar Network have launched a joint Web3 Incubation Program to mentor developers.
• The program has received over 150 registrations since its launch on February 17th, 2023.
• The program will be powered by Sony Network Communications and Astar and will run from mid-March to mid-June with mentorship from AWS, Microsoft, Blockdaemon, Polychain, etc.

Sony Network Communications Launches Joint Web3 Incubation Program with Astar

Sony Network Communications and Astar Network have launched a Web3 Incubation Program to mentor developers worldwide. The program started accepting applications on February 17th and has already received more than 150 registrations before the registration deadline of 11:59 PM Pacific Time on Monday March 6th.

Program Powered by Sony & Astar

The incubation program is powered by both Sony Network Communications and Astar Foundation in collaboration with Startale Labs, a Singapore-based company founded by Astar’s CEO Sota Watanabe. The program is expected to run from mid-March to mid-June. All applications will be reviewed by the two companies before 10 to 15 cohorts are selected.

Mentorship From Notable Companies

The participating startups in the incubation program will be mentored by senior executives from notable companies such as Microsoft, AWS, Dragonfly, Polychain Capital and Blockdaemon. They will receive guidance on how best to use blockchain technology for their projects.

Exploring Blockchain Solutions for Various Problems

Sony Network Communications is exploring how blockchain technology can solve various problems in their industry which this incubation program makes possible for them quickly find relevant Web3 solutions that they can implement into their system.

Astonished Response from Developer Community

CEO of Startale Labs Sota Watanabe expressed his astonishment at the overwhelming response they have received from the developer community saying he was ready to begin the next stage of their program where the incubated projects would work closely with an elite group of mentors mentioned earlier in this article.