The three winners of the Ciberemprende competition’s grants will be announced on Wednesday 26 February.
The new hardwallet created by eSignus is now part of the 10 finalist projects of Ciberemprende, the most renowned cybersecurity contest in Spain, organized by the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE). The projects have begun their phase of training, in which they will reinforce their knowledge and skills with specialized mentors.
The 10 projects that accessed the incubator and previously participated in the mentoring and online training phases were selected by an evaluation committee that chose HASHWallet/Hardwallet based on criteria of relevance, innovation, scalability, market, maturity and the promotion team.
These 10 projects will participate in the competition’s final Demo Day, to be held in Barcelona on Tuesday 25 February, as part of the Four Years From Now (4YFN) Mobile World Congress 2020.