On May 14, Fortune reported that two leading experts had left the BlockMain JPMorgan project and joined the development of a decentralized application (DApp).
Amber Baldet and Patrick Mylund Nielsen, who previously worked for JP Morgan Quorum, joined the Clovyr project, which will allow users to access decentralized applications, including developer programs and distributed registers. As it became known, Clovyr will be compatible with Ethereum Parity, Quorum, and Geth, which will be integrated in the future.
As it became known, Baldet left her position at JPMorgan in April, having made a decision to found her own company. Then she noted that at the moment the development of Blockchain resembles the process of developing cloud technologies, which were originally used exclusively within corporations, but later became popular among ordinary users.
At the moment Clovyr is looking for investors for further development, but it should be noted that the company does not intend to launch its own ICO, but this does not mean that the company will not use the cryptocurrency and is ready to provide investors with support in converting currency into digital money.
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