Blockchain Decentralization: Why Does It Matter?
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).
Solving problems of interoperability and scalability: Blockdaemon partners with Aion Network
We at Blockdaemon are committed to making the on-ramp onto blockchains as seamless and easy as possible for developers. Ever since we started as the “Heroku-for-blockchain” a year ago, we have been dedicated to cutting through the mish-mash of protocols and platforms by making it easy to deploy and connect the major public chains and connect private chains to those in order to reap the value of decentralization.
Blockchain Decentralization: Ode to Stellar and AWS
Ode to decentralization, Stellar and AWS A lot has happened over the last 90 days — our public node deployment tool went live, we launched G-Coin™, Stellar and Quorum deployment tools and fine-tuned our enterprise offering. I would like to continue sharing some thoughts on the subject of “decentralization” and tooling for nodes since it gives context for the new developments.
Heavybit, Heroku & Meltem D.
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
Comcast backing Blockdaemon and public nodes.
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.
Product, People and Partners
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.