Association

Stanford Web3 Association History

Incubator labs
Take your crypto startup to the next level. We provide a comprehensive support system for early-stage projects looking to make an impact on the decentralized ecosystem. From mentorship by industry veterans to networking opportunities and access to funding — we have everything you need to turn your idea into a successful company.
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Accelerator program
Empower and boost the growth of the next generation of Web3 projects. Being qualified, you’ll get acces not only to mentorship, funding and support on each stage, but also a vibrant community of like-minded entrepreneurs who are working together to shape the future of the decentralized ecosystem. Membership in our community means having access to a wealth of knowledge and resources, the opportunity to collaborate with other innovators in the Web3 space and present your idea to the most renowned VCs in the field.
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What We Do

We understanding the implications of blockchain technology development. We apply that knowledge across a variety of groups that address and impact the most critical and topical challenges facing the industry.

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Stanford Research Lab: Ai , Zk, Cryptography & Web3 core mission to both its members and the broader community is to offer expertise of professionals who are working to build Web3. Those experts serve to inform, and drive policy and regulatory agendas.

Why Choose SW3RL Association?

Incubator labs
Take your crypto startup to the next level. We provide a comprehensive support system for early-stage projects looking to make an impact on the decentralized ecosystem. From mentorship by industry veterans to networking opportunities and access to funding — we have everything you need to turn your idea into a successful company.
APPLY
Accelerator program
Empower and boost the growth of the next generation of Web3 projects. Being qualified, you’ll get acces not only to mentorship, funding and support on each stage, but also a vibrant community of like-minded entrepreneurs who are working together to shape the future of the decentralized ecosystem. Membership in our community means having access to a wealth of knowledge and resources, the opportunity to collaborate with other innovators in the Web3 space and present your idea to the most renowned VCs in the field.
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We bridge the gap between blockchain industry and academia.
We combine, synchronize, and leverage the blockchain-related activities of corporations, startups, venture capitalists, and scientific institutions.
We cultivate professional workflows between technologists, public policymakers, and specialists working applying these innovations.
We cultivate professional workflows between technologists, public policymakers, and specialists applying these concepts.
We advances best standards, benchmarks, and best practices in blockchain technology.
We serves as a neutral body to aggregate and coordinate blockchain activities and to provide parties with access to blockchain ecosystems.
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Working Groups

In 2020, a group of professors and students at Stanford University, after carefully observing how crypto was growing, realized that many new crypto intiatives lacked initial resources. These projects often struggled to find funding, and even when they did, they faced hurdles in getting their technology developed and adopted.

The Stanford Blockchain Accelerator would provide funding, mentorship, and resources to promising projects, helping them to overcome the hurdles that so many others faced. The goal was to foster innovation in the space and support the growth of the decentralized ecosystem.

Syndicate

Stanford Blockchain provides training and educational opportunities for association members through partnerships with academic institutions

Research Lab

Accelerator

Cooperation and elaboration of shared network and activities

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Accelerator
Research Lab
Syndicate
Research Lab working group leader
Accelerator working group leader
Syndicate working group leader
Liu Mats
Kris Bromberg
Mark Konig
Julie Rabiner
Advisory working group leader
Board Members