CMS selects Stratis to participate in the equIP Accelerator program

CMS selects Stratis to participate in the equIP Accelerator program

  • Stratis becomes part of the CMS equIP incubation program.
  • CMS’s expert legal teams around the world will be accessible to Stratis.
  • Stratis recently launched its InterFlux sidechain solution.

Stratis, the Blockchain-as-a-Service company, has been selected by the global law firm CMS for its CMS EquIP Legal Accelerator program.

CMS designed its program to provide support and guidance to startups in need of legal advice. At the same time, they must first pass the program’s rigorous selection process. Since being accepted as part of equIP, Stratis has had access to CMS’s expert teams spread across the firm’s 70 offices around the world. In addition, EquIP members receive significant discounts and access to the CMS network of investors, technology companies and startups.

There have been several regulatory complications in the blockchain market of late. With this in mind, Stratis gains access …

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