In order to better understand the needs of our customers (and also to have fun), Curvegrid hosted its first internal Hackathon this February. Each team member came up with a unique application of the MultiBaas REST API to interact with the blockchain. Here are a few highlights:
Sam Schumacker linked RStudio with MultiBaas for analytics of smart contract Events. Daenam crafted an IOT door unlocker leveraging Arduino, a lego door, and an enterprise wallet (hardware security module, or HSM). Pierre laid out initial designs for a Blockchain payment for a DeLonghi Espresso Machine. William connected the Tableau business intelligence and analytics platform to MultiBaas Event Queries, and Jeff built a conduit that demonstrated how crypto assets could be automatically moved between on-blockchain wallets.
Anna leveraged MultiBaas’ API and the creative programming platform Glitch to create a VR visualization of burned ERC20 tokens. My project combined Japanese curry with ERC721 to generate one-of-a-kind recipes.
The creativity and engineering power of our team makes me really proud to work at Curvegrid. Inspired by these efforts, we are launching a new initiative: Curvegrid Services. Need help bringing your idea to life? Struggling to find blockchain engineers in a competitive market? Let our team help you reach your goals. With our diverse backgrounds in computer science, finance, e-commerce, and design, we can help you get your idea to market faster.