BlockIS Project and Open Call Information
The goal of BlockIS open call #2, is to accelerate innovation in the areas of agrifood, logistics and finance by supporting blockchain-based application proposals.
The 2nd acceleration process will have three phases: INNOVATION (where 45 proposals will be selected), EXPERIMENT (where the 23 top projects from the INNOVATION phase will enter this phase), COMERCIALISE (where the 10 top projects from the EXPERIMENT phase will enter this phase).
BlockIS Open Call #2 will select the best 37 projects from any of the 3 areas. Eight (8) additional project will enter the INNOVATE phase as winners of the BlockIS challenges.
The maximum amount of funding that each SME may receive is 60.000€.
Please visit blockis.eu for more information on the project.
Full documentation package for the second Acceleration Programme can be found here: blockis.eu/library/oc2/BlockIS_OC2.pdf
The documentation package contains 9 annexes. When preparing your application you will need to review annexes as follows:
Annexes to be reviewed
Annex 1: Open Call text, which provides a full set of information regarding the Open Call for Proposals for the BlockIS project.
Annex 2: Guidelines for Applicants, which provides the scope and objectives of the open call;
Annex 6: Bank account information, which collects information on the applicant(s)’ bank account where the Block.IS payments will be sent to;
Annex 7: Sub-grant Agreement Template, which provides a template of the sub-grant agreement that the successful applicants will be requested to sign.
Annexes to be completed and uploaded (links for templates are available in the relevant question):
Annex 3.1: Proposal Supplement, a word document providing information on proposal schedule, timing, Ethical & Security details
Annex 4: Honour Declaration, which declares that all conditions of the acceleration process are accepted by an SME legal representative.
Annex 5: SME Declaration, which evaluates the status of the SMEs participating at an acceleration process
BlockIS has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824509
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