Company InformationBlockdaemon was founded on January 2017. The company is based in Brooklyn, NY, USA . The number of employees in Blockdaemon is less than 50. Blockdaemon manages nodes and payment rails for blockchain networks.
Here is how Blockdaemon describes itself: "Blockdaemon offers a multi-chain multi-cloud network management tool that can deploy nodes and connect them to blockchains within minutes."
Funding & investorsBlockdaemon has received 10 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $11.6M.
- HashKey Capital (Venture capital)
- SPiCE VC (Venture capital)
- Heavybit (Accelerator)
- Comcast Ventures (Corporate venture capital)
- Lerer Hippeau (Micro vc)
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Blockdaemon - Blog
- October 2021 Newsletter
- Introducing Our Web App UI Refresh
- Ethereum Post Merge Plans – How To Earn Rewards
- SKALE’s New Mobile Staking Experience
- Network Effects and Flywheels in DeFi for Institutions
- Navigating the World of Blockchain Compliance
We Know Nodes. We are still charged up over last month’s Series B announcement and we are continuing to build on that momentum into Q4. With growing partnerships between SKALE, MyEtherWallet, and Blockdaemon; being honored by CB Insights as a Top Fintech Company of 2021; and continued service enhancements, we are excited to finish 2021 […]The post October 2021 Newsletter appeared first on Blockdaemon.
Ubiquity is your bridge to blockchain data. A great user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) are the keystones of this bridge. The experience of our self-service node flow is equally important to delivering an enjoyable customer journey. The experience must be smooth, before, during and after a node is spun-up. We have long recognized […]The post Introducing Our Web App UI Refresh appeared first on Blockdaemon.
Ethereum currently has 2 chains. First, there’s the main proof-of-work chain, let’s call it ETH1. Then there’s the new proof-of-stake chain, ETH2. Soon, they’re going to merge. Ethereum will be back to a single chain. Blockdaemon has prepared an overview of the Top 3 Opportunities for Financial Institutions to understand the opportunities that lie with […]The post Ethereum Post Merge Plans – How To Earn Rewards appeared first on Blockdaemon.
Today marks a momentous milestone for the SKALE (SKL) ecosystem. For the first time, users can now stake their native SKL tokens from within the MEW mobile app. The MEW app is available for download on Apple’s App Store. MEW has integrated with Blockdaemon to bring this mobile staking experience to life. This partnership combines […]The post SKALE’s New Mobile Staking Experience appeared first on Blockdaemon.
Recently, The Block hosted a webinar on the topic ‘Network Effects and Flywheels in DeFi for Institutions’. The conversation featured four panelists: Konstantin Richter (CEO & Founder of Blockdaemon) Brian Norton (COO of MyEtherWallet) Aya Kantorovich (Head of Institutional Coverage at Falcon X) Imran Khan (Lead at DeFi Alliance) All participants are subject-matter experts in […]The post Network Effects and Flywheels in DeFi for Institutions appeared first on Blockdaemon.
Blockchain regulation is inevitable. As the market leader in blockchain infrastructure, this is important to us. We are taking it seriously. Currently, the infrastructure we manage is unregulated. This can be seen as blockchain’s base-layer and is comprised of decentralized, open-source technology. The nodes we host and the validators we run are the building blocks […]The post Navigating the World of Blockchain Compliance appeared first on Blockdaemon.