But that's literally the essence of 99% partnerships in crypto. The whole "partnerships" meme only took off because one single project really partnered with someone one day, and everyone jumped on this bandwagon trying to imitate their success ever since.
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This thread too funny lmao sorry ven pajeets too easy of a target you guys are
>breathes through mouth
>vechain i was sitting in class one day and some faggot pulled up binance to check his vechain holdings.
lmao, i almost had a chuckle back then
Stop deluding yourself.
Try it then
You're an idiot. Not just anyone can sign up and less than 5% of the applicants actually get accepted.
>The next phase of the BMW Startup Garage process involved whittling down startups to find those that have a strategically relevant technology, product, or service. Gimmy decided that, in order to outsource its filtering to professional investors, BMW would not consider a startup unless it has graduated from a prestigious accelerator, has received professional venture funding, or includes a successful serial entrepreneur as part of its senior leadership team. Even so, less than 5% of all potential startups will make it past a screening process. For those that do, the last step prior to acceptance into the program is to define a pilot project between the startup and a business unit. Once the startup proposal is accepted, the Garage issues a supplier number and purchase order, recognizing the startup as a bona fide vendor. (The team has an agreement with central procurement that allows it to issue supplier numbers and purchase orders without a tender for the startups.)
The way Vechain announced this would've been appropriate if they got to the point where they became a vendor. As it stands, they're one of many hopefuls using data that is available to all third parties.