MultiBaas is a software development and decentralized application (DApp) platform that lets you work with the Ethereum blockchain using a familiar REST API.
Previously, Jeff spent six years at Goldman Sachs as a Vice President and global product owner of block and object storage. Prior to that, Jeff was a technology consultant and customer engineer at EMC. He graduated from the University of Waterloo with a degree in Computer Engineering.
Most recently the Chief Technology Officer of Gilt Groupe Japan, William started in NYC as an early employee. He helped grow Gilt from its first order to become one of the world's leading ecommerce sites. He graduated from the University of Waterloo with a degree in Computer Science.
Prior to joining Curvegrid, Ann worked as a backend developer on Indeed's search engine team, focusing on reliability and release management. She holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin and Bachelors Degrees from Gonzaga University with majors in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Visual Art.
"Alchemunity is building a transparent and trustless freelancing community, that's our business. Blockchain is the magic ingredient. With MultiBaas we're able to focus on developing our platform, with the right level of decentralization for each task. It helps keep us and our users focused and engaged with our platform, while taking advantage of all that decentralization has to offer."
"We consider engineering effort and complexity to be a major issue for blockchain applications. We're excited about MultiBaas because it drastically reduces time-to-market for decentralized applications. Enterprises can use existing software engineering resources to get a product out the door faster."
"Smart contracts can be used as programmable financial instruments, to design smart money. It is going to revolutionize the finance industry, but smart contracts and blockchain are hard to build on and use. I believe MultiBaas will make blockchain technology workable for everyone from established institutions to upstart hedge funds."
"The team at Curvegrid did a phenomenal job working on our on tokenization project. From inception, with defining the project brief and the architecture of the smart contract eco-system, to the step-by-step execution of a multi-stage development, and handholding on the practical implementation side, Curvegrid were incredibly able and supportive. Curvegrid would be our first choice in any blockchain project that we undertake in the future."
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It is 100% free for a limited time only for Devcon V participants!
Devcon Free instances will be reclaimed (removed) after 14 days. Please backup your data if need be before this time.
We will launch full free and paid plans later this fall. Stay tuned to our website for more details
Reach out to us at email@example.com, or come speak with us at Devcon.
Please get in touch and let us know about your ideas.
Learn how to build a DApp in Solidity, a programming language for the Ethereum Blockchain. Following similar workshops in Tokyo and Singapore, Ann Kilzer will be teaching how to build a Blockchain "Stamp Rally" in New York City with Women Who Code NYC. Big thanks to Paxos for sponsoring food and venue.Event Details
Practical tips for building and scaling blockchain-based applications on AWS.Event Details