Smart Contract startup Achain opens new office in Silicon Valley
AChain, a Singapore based Blockchain startup and a competitor to Ethereum, has opened their first office in the world’s heart of Tech Innovation – Silicon Valley, Palo Alto California.
Silicon Valley which wasn’t the center of blockchain innovation has recently started attracting Blockchain tech startups & investors.
1st #Achain house is officially launched now! Located in Palo Alto, CA, where we hope to connect and work with brilliant minds around Silicon Valley and the whole continent. We invite you to visit us and we are also hiring staff. If interested, please send resume to email@example.com
— AchainOfficial (@AchainOfficial) March 26, 2018
Silicon Valley is slowly emerging as a tech hub for Blockchain startups after the American government confirmed that Cryptocurrencies are legal in the US. Prominent Silicon Valley investors such as Peter Thiel, Jack Dorsey, Tim Draper etc have also started investing in Blockchain startups.
AChain is a public blockchain platform that enables developers of all levels to issue tokens and create smart contracts, decentralized applications, and blockchain systems. Its similar to Ethereum but also offers additional features such as BAAS (Backend as a service) and Cross chaining ( Blockchain’s ability to exchange data between other Blockchain ).
Opening an office in Silicon Valley is AChain’s plan to expand in the United States and the team plans to hire additional staff for development and sales purposes. AChain is currently hiring and if you want to apply for a job at AChain you can drop a resume to them at firstname.lastname@example.org
source: Official Twitter
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