A new partnership was announced. This time Arizona State University (ASU) and Dash are going to launch a project that aims to accelerate research, development, and education in issues of how to advance blockchain transaction speed, efficiency, security, and extend its uses.
The research will take place in ASU’s Blockchain Research Lab that will be provided an additional $100,000, and $50,000 in new funding for the Luminosity Lab.
Moreover, there will be provided the Dash Scholars Program with $100,000 in scholarships for undergraduate and graduate research fellowships.
It is also expected that $100,000 will supply for blockchain course development that aims to create an online graduate course.
As Ryan Taylor, Dash Core Team CEO, stressed, initial research will focus on capacity and latency performance of blockchain technology, model and assess it for different network architectures, applications, as well as use cases to propose a “scalability” deployment guide and best practices.
This crucial step will make a lot of new opportunities for young talented specialists to develop practical blockchain applications.