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5ire and Network Capital Launch Blockchain Module with NITI Aayog

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NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) has come out with first-of-its-kind Blockchain Module in partnership with 5ire and Network Capital.   The ATL Blockchain Module was launched on Jan 23, 2023 in the presence of Dr. Chintan Vaishnav (Mission Director of Atal Innovation Mission), Pratik Gauri  (CEO & Cofounder of 5ire), Utkarsh Amitabh (CMO of 5ire & CEO of Network Capital) and Deepali Upadhyay (Program Director, Atal Tinkering Labs & Mentor India).

5ire as one of the world’s fastest growing blockchain unicorns has lent its technical expertise and knowledge in the writing of the module. Network Capital as the world’s largest mentorship and career exploration platform has enabled the curation and conceptualization of the module. In September, 2022, 5ire bought a stake in Network Capital.

The ATL Blockchain Module marks a significant step forward in the digital transformation of India as this innovative technology will revolutionize the way businesses and individuals interact and transact, providing a secure and decentralized platform for data storage and transfer. Blockchain technology has emerged as a driving force in the world of data technologies and interest services. It is fundamentally transforming how we look at collaboration, information exchange and institution building in the twenty-first century.

Under the aegis of Atal Innovation Mission 10,000+ schools across India have Atal Tinkering Labs and now they will access to the newly launched.

On the occasion of AIM Atal Innovation Mission, emphasised the importance of ‘practical innovation’ and the need for using blockchain technology to lead social change. Building on this idea, Pratik Gauri, CEO & co-founder of 5ire spoke of the need for aligning sustainability with innovation. He highlighted the infinite possibilities that exist ahead of young students and how they can use blockchain to solve for the 17 SGDs.

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