The Stanford Center for Blockchain Research without rocket
I was checking David Mazières, the professor that developed Stellar protocol. I found out that recently Stanford University launched The Center for Blockchain Research which the professor is co-director.
An excerpt of the mission:
> The Center for Blockchain Research (CBR) is a focused research effort on crypto-currencies and blockchain technologies. The center brings together engineering, law, and economics faculty, as well as post-docs, students, and visitors, to work on technical challenges in the field. The center's primary mission is to support the thriving ecosystem by developing new technologies needed to advance the field. Beyond its research mission, the center runs an extensive education and outreach program, including on-campus courses, MOOCs, workshops, and conferences for the general blockchain community.
While checking the sponsors at the bottom of the page I do not see Stellar rocket. Ethereum Foundation, Protocol Labs, Interchain Foundation, OmiseGO, Dfinity, Polychain.. But no rocket. :-( How can this be? Any thoughts on this?
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