We’re currently in the midst of a new burgeoning industry with blockchain development.
Blockchain technology is very much in a nascent stage, however this disruptive technology has already managed to take the world by storm and has experienced a boom like no other in recent times.
With many well-funded projects now eager to build out their blockchain network and deploy decentralized applications on top of them, there’s a great shortage of capable, competent blockchain developers.
With billions having been funneled into this sector, the pay and demand for blockchain developers has escalated with projects bidding against each other to attract the best blockchain talent that is left on the market. …
HyperLedger is an open source collaborative effort between enterprise institutions and corporations to support the development of blockchain technology, to date Hyperledger has over 250 members including Accenture, Deloitte, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Huawei, Intel, IBM, Moscow Exchange, SAP, Samsung SDS, Xiaomi, Cisco, and more. HyperLedger’s goal is to form a consortium with the intention of supporting the development of enterprise-grade and cross-industry platforms to utilize open distributed ledger technology. Hyperledger can be thought of as an umbrella project that intends to supply the necessary framework, standards, and support necessary to build open sourced blockchains that become widely adopted.
Ethereum is a decentralized project backed by a consortium known as the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA) that is joined by corporations and institutions such as Accenture, BlockApps, BNY Mellon, CME Group, ConsenSys, IC3, Intel, J.P. Morgan, Microsoft, Nuco, Banco Santander and many more. Since EEA’s inception in 2017, the consortium has added Mitsubishi UFJ, DTCC, Deloitte, Samsung SDS, Infosys, and the National Bank of Canada into their fray. EEA’s goal is to connect Fortune 500 companies, startups, and government institutions with Ethereum developers and experts, today the group has over 300 members. …
In early 2018, many got caught up in the buzz of the ever-growing cryptocurrency market. From its humble beginnings in 2008 Bitcoin had risen to almost $20,000 USD; the rise was quick and greater than anyone could have ever anticipated.
The rapid ascent led to its eventual decline, which some deemed a “bubble”, I would not jump the gun so quickly. A fundamental problem with Bitcoin and many cryptocurrencies that have stunted their growth is a poor or non-existent “user experience”.
It is simply too difficult for non-tech users to understand and grasp how to buy, sell, and hold cryptoassets. Outlined throughout this article is a platform which is set to revolutionize the crypto user-experience for veterans and newcomers alike. …