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Blockchain-as-a-service startup Stratis has been selected by global law firm CMS to join its CMS equIP legal accelerator program.

The aim of the CMS equIP program is to support and guide the startups that require legal counsel after they complete the selection process.

After joining the CMS equIP, Stratis will be able to make use of the expert legal teams across the firm’s 70 offices worldwide. In addition to enjoy significant discounts, equIP members have access to CMS’s network of investors, technology companies and startups.

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Due to the fact that blockchain is a global technology, startups specialized in this tech must be able to understand and meet the requirements of legal frameworks all over the world.

Chris Trew, Stratis founder and CEO, said:

"Being selected to become a member of CMS's exclusive equIP program is a tremendous achievement for Stratis and a testament to the fantastic technology we have built and delivered."

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