Part fourteen this time folks on Blockchain initiatives and companies powered by the Metaverse Insider. In case you missed out on the first instalment, here is the link to it.
ChainZilla is a company that streamlines blockchain development and deployment, allowing companies and individuals to launch blockchains, decentralized applications and initial coin offerings with minimal effort.
Based in Panama, Chainzilla was founded in 2018 by Charles Gonzales with the goal to become the standard for do-it-yourself blockchain deployment and managed blockchain services.
2. Blockchain Research Lab
Founded in 2019, Blockchain Research Lab (BRL) with consulting partner DLT Labs works to fulfill the gap between industry and academia in the blockchain area.
BRL works for the development and integration of innovative solutions to problems using blockchain technology. It also helps students to build their development skills and knowledge. Open to any student, ranging from novice developers just starting out to advanced developers wanting to further their skills, by joining BRL students build their professional and personal networks, get access to Blockchain resources, and work together to build solutions for problems in a peer-to-peer learning environment.
Based in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, Blockchain Research Lab was founded in 2019 by Prakar Agarwal, Shakti Jaiswal and Shubh Singhal.
3. Texas Blockchain
Texas Blockchain is a group of UT Austin students dedicated to the research and development of blockchain technologies.
Texas Blockchain aims to educate, facilitate discussion and innovate amongst UT students and the surrounding Austin communities. Starting as a small gathering of students eager to learn, over time it has grown into a large community of crypto experts.
Texas Blockchain was founded in 2017 by Alan Orwick, Preston Sledge and Jake Katzmarek.
4. Women Who Code Blockchain
Women Who Code (WWCode) started as a community group in 2011 when a handful of technologists decided they wanted to change the industry experience for women engineers. Since then, it has become a global non-profit organization and the world’s largest and most active community dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. One city at a time, Women Who Code has spread around the world, reaching more than 20 countries.
Currently, WWCode is innovating to bring its community experience to more people worldwide through Tracks. These new communities will go deep in areas of technical expertise and connect mostly through digital and online experiences.
The initiative is based in San Francisco and led by Alaina Percival, WWCode’s Co-Founder, CEO and Board Chair and Joey Rosenberg, President, Head of Product and Communications.
BEASY — short for “Blockchain Made Easy” was formed in 2017 with the goal of making blockchain adoption easier for entrepreneurs and enterprises, so they can reap the multiple benefits and value of the new emerging technology.
Based in Wakefield, Massachusetts, BEASY’s three founders are Bob Kramich, Enrique Garzas and Nick Jacobs.