Coincheck Labs, which supports startups related to crypto assets and NFTs that will lead the Web3 era, has been launched CryptoBlog

PRESS RELEASE. Coincheck, Inc. is a cryptocurrency exchange in Japan that offers Bitcoin (BTC), Etherum (ETH), ripple (XRP), and many more, he launched “Coincheck Labs”, a program to support startups that will lead the Web 3.0 era on January 28. Coincheck will make the first investment in this program in Stake Technologies Pte. Ltd., which is involved in the Astar network, a Japanese public blockchain.

Currently, “Web 3.0”, the blockchain-based decentralized digital era, is a global movement, and investments in startups driving Web 3.0, including those related to crypto-assets and NFT, are accelerating. On the other hand, in Japan, the areas of crypto assets and NFTs lack clear accounting and legal rules. The level of expertise required to start a business is considered high, resulting in a shortage of entrepreneurs compared to other countries. Under such circumstances, Coincheck will share its experience and know-how in the development and operation of the crypto asset trading service “Coincheck” and the NFT marketplace “Coincheck NFT (Beta)” via “Coincheck Labs”, thus contributing to the development of the “Web 3.0” movement. Coincheck would like to support startups related to crypto-assets and NFTs.

With the rise of DeFi in 2020 and the rapid growth of NFT in 2021, “native crypto-asset applications” that use crypto assets, a value transfer protocol, of course, have grown rapidly in recent years. and are creating a new economic sphere in the digital world. At Coincheck, the team hopes to revitalize the crypto and NFT asset industry in Japan at this important juncture with our colleagues who will rise to the challenge together.

Main activities of Coincheck Labs

Coincheck Labs supports the growth of the Japanese blockchain and Web 3.0 ecosystem by supporting entrepreneurs, startups, and communities with native crypto-asset and NFT products from the core area of ​​the blockchain called Layer 1. The company provides “start-up support”, “research”, and “investment” for products ranging from application areas.

(1) Start-up assistance

Coincheck supports entrepreneurs, startups, and communities driving the growth of the crypto asset and NFT industry in Japan. Specifically, we will provide advice on token design, finance and accounting and manage events such as hackathons.

(2) Research

Research and disseminate information on crypto assets, NFTs, GameFi and other blockchain trends, etc.

(3) Investment

Invest in equity and tokens in startups that develop native crypto-asset and NFT-native products

About Coincheck Inc.

Trading name: Coincheck, Inc.

Headquarters: E-Space Tower 12F, 3-6 Maruyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0044, Japan

Creation date: August 28, 2012

President: Satoshi Hasuo

Registered as a crypto-asset exchange business: Director of Kanto Local Finance Office No. 00014

Services offered (These services are only available to residents of Japan, excluding miime.)

Coincheck https://coincheck.com

Coincheck Lending virtual currency service https://coincheck.com/ja/lending

Electric coin check https://coincheck.com/ja/denki

Coincheck Gas https://coincheck.com/ja/gas

Coincheck prepayment https://coincheck.com/ja/reserves_lp

Coincheck NFT (beta) https://nft.coincheck.com/

Coincheck Surveys https://coincheck.com/ja/survey

Sharely, a support service for shareholder meetings https://sharely.app/

miime (Coincheck Technologies Inc.) https://miime.io/ja/


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