The 39th Hong Kong Cyberport Incubation Programme has chosen Web3Go, a data intelligence network. The company plans to investigate the development of an ‘AI+Web3’ application and service network, taking advantage of Hong Kong’s advantageous location, policies, and years of experience in the data area. 43 businesses were eventually chosen for the incubation program, according to Cyberport statistics, including eight blockchain technology companies that Web3Go represented.
After completing product splits and brand upgrades in the past, Web3Go currently owns the AI-native data asset platform Reiki as well as the on-chain data open platform Analytix. The Cyberport community is the largest fintech community in Hong Kong, with over 380 fintech businesses spanning multiple industries like big data, blockchain, and artificial intelligence.
In addition to funding up to HKD 500,000, the incubation program offers resident enterprises professional training, business growth support, subsidies for talent and research, and expert consultancy.