Web3bridge’s program is designed to produce product-market fit developers using a wide range of measures including mentors that are working on great projects, weekly assessments, revisions, social bonding, workshops, career and personality profile sessions, and evictions to ensure strict adherence to instructions and learning by participants who have the option of attending virtually or onsite at the learning facility in Lagos.
Polygon’s sponsorship of this cohort consolidates its commitment to the growth of the developer ecosystem globally and in Africa, especially. We believe that this partnership will have a further impact on education, organizing hackathons, learning challenges, and creating a more unique environment for participants of this current and subsequent cohorts.
Commenting on the sponsorship, “Web3 represents an excellent opportunity for the world to see Africa’s potential. The growth rate in Africa has been astonishing, and we are looking forward to collaborating with more companies across the region”- Dalip Tyagi from the Polygon Developer Relations team and Shodipo Ayomide from the Polygon Developer Relations team stated, “I have known about Web3Bridge for a while now, and I’m excited about what they are doing in the region. It’s a big deal for me to support this project, and I’m looking to invest in more similar projects across the African region.”