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May 31, 2022 | Tom Ballard

Atlanta Blockchain Center holding grand opening in about two weeks

As the business of blockchain continues to explode, Atlanta will officially welcome its first blockchain start-up incubator with a grand opening on June 13.

Founded by blockchain expert and serial tech entrepreneur Marlon Williams, the Atlanta Blockchain Center (ABC) is designed to be the location where entrepreneurs, investors and students can come together to ideate, build and scale the city’s blooming blockchain community. Just minutes away from the Atlanta Tech Village, the Atlanta Blockchain Center – wholly funded and operated by Starter Labs – spans 2,500-square feet and will include a co-working space and training center for not only blockchain companies, but also for students, enterprises exploring blockchain tech, aspiring entrepreneurs, and anyone with an interest in blockchain.

At the incubator, ABC has plans to bring more jobs to the local economy through the projects that it incubates and through relationships it leverages across Atlanta’s tech scene to build an inclusive, diverse, vibrant and supportive community that will birth and nurture future developers, founders and executives in the blockchain space.

ABC will host a grand opening at its 45 Old Ivy Road location in Buckhead from 6 to 8 p.m. EDT June 13.

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