If you’re in the New England area, come learn about blockchain technology and Esprezzo at these upcoming events:
While working on the Esprezzo platform and rapid application development tools for building blockchain-integrated apps, we saw an opportunity to provide developers a performant, cost-efficient, egalitarian blockchain and smart contract platform to build and test on — one that’s less congested and focused on fostering development rather than a speculative trading instrument. And so, we built Perkle: a mineable Proof-of-Work, fairly released Ethereum-compatible blockchain and smart contract platform.
We're excited to introduce you to Esprezzo Advisor David Fragale. David is Chief Operating Officer at Arwen, a non-custodial trading protocol adding security to trading on cryptocurrency exchanges. Having led projects at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for Fortune 500 companies, worked with the U.S. Treasury and being appointed as an MIT Sloan Fellow in Innovation and Global Leadership, David has extensive insights from experience in the areas of finance, fin-tech, cryptocurrencies and blockchain. At original publishing, David was the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Atonomi.
Read on to learn more about David’s journey and how he thinks blockchain can solve real world problems.
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The Esprezzo team will be in Portsmouth, New Hampshire next Wednesday, October 10 for the Free State Blockchain Digital Assets Conference! This conference will bring together researchers, financial innovators, digital currency executives and blockchain enthusiasts to explore the future of tokenized assets, and we’ll be there with a booth.
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We’re excited to announce today the partnership between Esprezzo and General Assembly (GA), a global leader in digital skills training, to provide blockchain technology education and training through a series of events. We’re kicking off this partnership with a free Blockchain 101 panel at the Boston General Assembly campus on October 11.
If you’re interested in blockchain technology and are in the Boston area, we’d love for you to join Esprezzo and General Assembly for a free Blockchain 101 panel on October 11 at the General Assembly Boston campus.
We’re excited today to announce our partnership with GoChain, adding GoChain to Esprezzo’s selection of supported blockchains to offer additional choice for developers building value-creating, blockchain-integrated products.
Esprezzo’s mission is to empower developers and organizations to quickly build smarter, faster blockchain apps to grow their next gen businesses. We aim to do that with our mobile and web development platform by offering tools that make it easier to develop on leading blockchains such as GoChain.
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We're excited to introduce another member of Esprezzo's growing advisory board, Eileen Quenin. Eileen played a key role in bringing Dragonchain to where it is today and is a huge proponent of blockchain technology and the new business models it enables. With expertise in the UX and Information Architecture fields and experience at The Walt Disney Company, Amazon, GE Healthcare and LexisNexis, Eileen brings a wealth of knowledge to the team.
We recently sat down with Eileen for a Q&A so we could share some of her perspectives and experiences with you.
Read on to learn about her experiences with blockchain technology so far and what excites her about the future.
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Our goal with Esprezzo is to help developers build and manage blockchain-integrated applications without needing to learn new, complicated programming languages or hire blockchain architects and infrastructure experts.
Today, we’re excited to share a very early preview of Esprezzo, with an example use case of setting up a token and token sale in a few easy steps. We show a few examples of project types that are used to generate smart contracts, and the ability to select a blockchain to deploy to, as well as pick SDKs for use with your apps in the language of your choice.
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