2018 started off with a lot of “physical movement”: The Berlin team moved into the FULL NODE Co-Working space, while the Mainz team moved into a new office in Mainz.
We sponsored and mentored at ETHBerlin hackathon. We attended the Web3 summit and Jannik presented a pragmatic approach for Building Minimum Viable PoS Sidechains based on Aura.
Heiko discussed Ethereum’s scalability with Vitalik, Karl, Liam and Hsiao-Wei in a panel at the TechCrunch Ethereum meetup in Zug.
Some of the brainbots took part in the Status #cryptolife Hackathon and won the first prizes for “Universal Login” and “Social Track”!
tl;dr: We are looking for new team mates to work with us on cool blockchain stuff.
I started working on Ethereum core development in early 2014 — mainly out of curiosity about blockchains, their technology and application areas. Back then, there was no certainty that Turing-complete blockchains would actually work at all and I didn’t expect that spending my time on this open source project would ever turn out to be useful in a business context.
Fast forward three years. The Ethereum stack has become the first choice of developers in a currently $100B valued blockchain ecosystem. While the Ethereum…
The Raiden team at brainbot technologies is happy to report development progress is under way full steam. We are looking back on a highly successful year. Lefteris joined to manage the Raiden team, we released a series of PoCs, the raidEX project started and much more.
However, focus in general has shifted towards creating the Raiden Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Its expected release date is around March 2017 and it will come with a proper…
Creating the core building blocks that enable broad adoption of public blockchains with a focus on Ethereum.