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Crypto.com, said on Friday that it has made a four-year grant to the Digital Currency Initiative at the MIT Media Lab.

The grant, of an unspecified amount, aims to support DCI’s research into the security of bitcoin and open-source development of protocols that underlie the network.

“MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative is playing a critical role in building a sustainable blockchain ecosystem, in particular by fortifying bitcoin’s underlying protocol,” said Eric Anziani, Crypto.com’s COO.

Crypto.com also supports the Secure Blockchain Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University, advancing on-chain safety.

The Block reported last month that Crypto.com will be an official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup, to be held this year in Qatar.

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