Blocky – Startup with Montana State University ties wins $1 million to commercialize software

MSU Montana State University

Blocky, a company co-founded by MSU computer science professors Mike Wittie and David Millman along with recent MSU graduate Taylor Heinecke, was selected earlier this year for a Phase II grant through the federal Small Business Innovation Research program, which provides seed capital to foster technological innovation and create jobs.

Following up on a first round of SBIR funding the company received in 2018, the new grant will allow Blocky to refine its software and expand the range of its applications and services, which focus on increasing throughput and decreasing costs of blockchain transactions, according to Heinecke, Blocky’s CEO.




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