The House of Blockchain officially opened its doors in Vaduz last week. Prime Minister Adrian Hasler attended the opening, along with 160 guests. He praised Liechtenstein’s thriving blockchain ecosystem and confirmed the government’s efforts to support it, according to a statement.
The new House of Blockchain will help drive several projects in the blockchain industry. Ten projects are currently on board, including Chainium, an equity network for business owners, as well as Light 57, SmartToken, Upvest and Weeve. The latter is a global network that enables the commercialization of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the sharing and data economy. TV-TWO, blockchain-based open platform for a decentralized television economy, has also joined the House of Blockchain.
æternity and the law firm Nägele Rechtsanwälte are the driving forces behind the House of Blockchain.