- 10 Oct 2019
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The Brazilian dav1 is the author of the scientific article "A Strategy for Mitigating Denial of Service Attacks on Nodes with Delegate Account of Lisk Blockchain" approved on The 2nd ICBCT 2020 International Conference on Blockchain Technology and published at ACM Digital Library. Dav1 is also award winner of GDT Builder Program with the proof of concept blockchain application called Lisk Restaurant. The main goal of dav1 is to spread the word about Lisk not only in Brazil, but also globally through publishing scientific papers and articles, writing and presenting PoCs, developing software and demonstrating the Lisk SDK in universities.
The goal of Lisk Japan is to spread awareness about Lisk in the local market. Some of the important contributions to the ecosystem are the translations of the "What is Lisk" page on lisk.io in Japanese, as well as the translated articles published by Lisk Magazine. This will allow the local community to have access to Lisk updates and achievements in their own language, increasing the accessibility for the non-native English speakers.
Lisk Japan was founded in order to promote the Lisk ecosystem in Japan. We have a total of 4 members (@LISKer, @mdmg, @Uzamaru, @LiskJapanDelegate) with a mix of development and marketing skills. LISKer is the founder and community leader of Lisk Japan and is well versed in the entertainment industry. He specializes in web, print, design, and marketing, and is working on Lisk Japan's website and WordPress themes as part of our efforts to promote the Lisk ecosystem in Japan.
Minions is the author of multiple tools and ongoing projects within the Lisk ecosystem. He offers support by troubleshooting issues with new releases and helps community members who encounter technical problems. He is also an active community member on lisk.chat, welcoming new members in the Lisk community and engaging with them in discussions.
Minions has been a key community member since 2018 when he joined Lisk as a creator of Lisk tools. He also became a moderator and contributor across several social media channels such as lisk.chat, Telegram, and Facebook. Later in 2018, he won the Lisk Community Awards in the category "Most Helpful Lisker". Minions is a dedicated community member, being active daily in the Lisk community.
Moosty is a multidisciplinary project team working on a diverse set of innovative solutions. Specifically focusing on blockchain/decentralization related initiatives. The team consists of three members: Sander (Corbifex), Raphael, Jurre.
Raphael has been a Lisk community member since early 2017. He started his own company in 2013 and dived into blockchain technology to explore the possibilities for the music industry. He is a self-taught front-end programmer in the Moosty team and responsible for the finances of Lisk Center Utrecht. Raphael is a driving force behind new Lisk SDK proof of concept ideas.
Crypto_Embassy is a team led by two brothers living in France (Brest). They have been providing their Blockchain services since early 2017, ranging from having their own OTC exchange to giving courses to engineering schools, helping companies to use Blockchain and hosting several meet-ups. Their latest project is called “Lisk Pay”, a WooCommerce Plugin that will help any online store to accept Lisk payments in seconds.
Benjamin has been following cryptocurrencies from the early days of Bitcoin. Having studied electronics and game theory during his education, he quickly understood the importance cryptocurrencies and blockchain could have in the future. Being a full-stack developer and having built his own web company in the mid 2000s, Lisk came naturally to him. Benjamin and his brother, Jordan, have been part of the Lisk community since its debuts becoming Lisk Ambassadors in 2018. Together they hope to keep providing tools and represent Lisk as best as they can.
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