Graduation May 2018

Our students of the May 2018 class worked incredibly hard on their final decentralized app projects. During their time in our Blockchain Developer program, they learned solidity, web3, truffle, ipfs, OpenZeppelin and more technologies. But more importantly, they were constantly pair programming with blockchain engineers, talking about what applications should belong on the blockchain and developing important relationships for the future.

Attendees

On June 6th, they presented their projects to an audience that included ConsenSys Ventures, Jet Blue Ventures, Green Sands Equity (1.4 billion in investments), blockchain companies and University of Arizona's Computer Science department head.

Graduates

We believe the future of blockchain will be built by these students. We encourage you to communicate with them.

Fran├žois-Julien Alcaraz

Fran├žois-Julien Alcaraz

location Paris, France

Final Presentation DApp: Pooled.io.

Pooled.io lets syndicate managers easily create pools to gather funds and receive/distribute tokens. This DApp utilizes Ethereum smart contracts.

Rich Budek

Rich Budek

location Chicago IL, USA

Final Presentation DApp: IncroSpon.

IncroSpon makes incremental sponsorship transparent utilizing an Ethereum smart contract.

Mario Bajric

Mario Bajric

location Chicago IL, USA

Final Presentation DApp: MyDoctor.

MyDoctor lets patients hold onto and own their medical records. This DApp utilizes Ethereum smart contracts.

Mike Salim

Mike Salim

location Charlotte NC, USA

Final Presentation DApp: Transparency For Donations.

Transparency For Donations lets non profits raise money but only spend the funds on approved services. This DApp utilizes Ethereum smart contracts.

Young-Joong Kim

Young-Joong Kim

location Berkeley CA, USA

Final Presentation DApp: Coda.

Coda is a Decentralized Record Label that utilizes Ethereum smart contracts.