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Blockdaemon = (Kubernetes + GCP)² + (a dash of secret sauce)

Since we are the most operational DevOps shop in the blockchain space, we have unique insights when it comes to performance of decentralized networks and the respective abilities of different protocols. We recently gave a talk at Google’s first Blockchain Event about our tech-stack evolution, and why we have moved our orchestration and monitoring over to Kubernetes/Terraform via GCP.…Read More

Konstantin Richter
Editorial,Technology

5 key trends in 2019 for professional blockchains

What a ride 2018 has been for us. While thinking about what to mention in this end of year post, I realized that I don’t want to talk about the usual hyperbolic start-up CEO stuff. While it is hard to forgo the perspective of ever enthusiastic(/terrified) CEO, I will try to give an account of the year that focuses on the processes and challenges we underwent to get to where we are and give 5 predictions about the market, revenue potential and product.…Read More

Konstantin Richter
Editorial,Technology

Why Decentralization Matters More Than Ever

This week, Blockdaemon has launched several new updates, but we wanted to highlight one which we feel especially strongly about: the decentralization score, which is shown on the dashboard for all protocols we support (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Aion, GoChain, Quorum, Fabric, today, with Algorand coming soon).…Read More

Tim Read
Editorial,Partnerships,Technology
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