Ethereum Newsletter – August 2022
With The Merge expected to happen in September, how will your nodes be effected? source: www.messari.io The Ethereum Merge from PoW to PoS affects us in different ways:...
Heavybit, Heroku & Meltem D. Blockdaemon joins Heavybit program, adds DevOps leaders to Advisory Board, and Announces New Research Initiative focused on Blockchain Network Cost Modeling
Bare metal Nodes. When we set out to create Blockdaemon, we wanted to offer the blockchain community simple background processes (hence the word daemon), while taking the concept of decentralization to the infrastructure layer. That layer often gets subdivided into software and hardware, and we intend to connect and address both across a cluster of data centers, ranging from AWS to our very own bare metal Blockdaemon rack.
Comcast backing Blockdaemon and public nodes. It’s been quite the year so far at casa Blockdaemon, and the time has come to tell you about it. From when we set out on our journey last summer, we have grown from 2 dudes to 10 engineers and a handful of smart and driven deal and market makers — ensuring our platform hits demand in a sustainable and strategic way.
It has been a while since I wrote a blog post. We have been busy shipping code, scaling operations, raising funds and signing up customers. Since we are a mere handful of people, everybody is doubling down, and that includes me. As the CEO, my main strategic objective is to provide the narrative and the capital to achieve our vision — becoming the primary abstraction layer on top of hardware, with an eye to the bottom of the stack.
The value of crypto needs to correlate with the usability of blockchain. Is Bitcoin the first MVB (minimal viable blockchain)? I often wonder. Specifically in times like this, when you are trying to build an infrastructure and developer business, but everyone you meet keeps checking their Blockfolio app.
Let’s Use Crypto to Fuel Crypto: Why Blockdaemon is Accepting Payment in Crypto
We’re excited to announce that Blockdaemon just closed a $500k seed round with investments from Plug and Play and Boldstart Ventures!
Hi. I’m Konstantin, and today I’m psyched to announce the official launch of Blockdaemon, a nodes-as-a-service deployment solution for developers keen to launch product rather than concepts. It was a long time in the making — the culmination of years of learning, hard work, networking, little wins, and little failures too. And I really want to tell you about it, which, sadly, made this blog post rather long. But if you are used to reading SDK documentations (and our core customers are), this will be a breeze!