Blockstack Berlin: A Signature Fund Event – With little over two and a half weeks to go, Blockstack Berlin (March 2, 2018) is gathering momentum (full steam ahead…) and is shaping up to be an event you (developers, tech advocates, enterprise partners, global customers, hackers (hackathon), …) do not want to miss.
Along with all of the scheduled speakers, Blockstack Berlin has also invited some dApp developers to debut/demonstrate their new and exciting decentralized application(s) at the Blockstack Berlin event. The dApps to be presented at the Blockstack Berlin event have either been built or are being built for use on the Blockstack ecosystem. We have attached – for your convenience – a list of dApp developers scheduled to present at Blockstack Berlin.
This is the second installment of our series of profiles on the dApps (developers too) to be presented at Blockstack Berlin. Our second dApp profile is on Coins.
The first decentralized encrypted cryptocurrency portfolio management tool created on top of Blockstack.
- Thomas Osmonson (profile picture no. 6) – Independent designer, developer, and street photographer. Does a lot of work for
@plotlygraphs, and maker of @usecoins.
- Chase Wackerfuss (profile picture no. 6) – Web Developer & UI Designer, Musician & recent new hire at Blockstack
Version No. 1 was a joint development (live on Blockstack)
Version No. 2 (coming soon) will be developed solely by Thomas Osmonson (Note: We heard from Mr. Osmonson that Mr. Wackerfuss has gone to work* with Blockstack – wonderful job to both of you.)
Thomas Osmonson (An independent designer, developer, and creative director.) for Ineffable.co.
Basically, Coins uses the power of Blockstack to bring us a token and coin management application platform that:
- is decentralized, secure and encrypted
- supports multiple currencies, tokens and coins
- provides a powerful metrics UX (user interface)
Coins is the token/coin portfolio management solution – decentralized, secure and encrypted, supports multiple currencies, tokens and coins with a powerful metrics platform and user interface (UX).
For more on Coins, please visit this link here. For a more personal and close-up look at Coins, please visit with Mr. Osmonson at Blockstack Berlin – go Blockstack Berlin.
So, when you amass a stack of tokens, don’t reach for the piggy bank, think COINS – the secure environment in which to manage those assets.
Visit the Blockstack Berlin site here.
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Resources re: Blockstack and dApps
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