Open peer-to-peer protocols enable a network of inter-connected applications created by independent software developers. These protocols enable users to understand and control how their data is used.
The decentralized registry enables independent services to discover and interact with each other. The registry is the nexus of reputation for users, developers, services, and applications.
The Wireline compute protocols enable services to operate across trusted cloud and untrusted blockchain environments. Developers can freely choose from independent compute providers, or run their own private infrastructure.
The entire ecosystem serves the Wireline economy: a token-based global network of developers, businesses and end users. With fully transparent, blockchain-based systems of reputation, staking, and exchange, Wireline operates as a true meritocracy.
Rich is a serial entrepreneur and technologist with 25 years of experience developing cutting-edge decentralized systems. Rich was a Staff Engineer at Google for 10 years, and was a lead on Gmail and technologies that seeded the Google Cloud. Prior to that Rich led teams at Goldman Sachs, D.E. Shaw, and Industrial Light & Magic. He is also the founder of a distributed database company that was acquired by Oracle.
David has 30 years of software development and engineering management experience. He was an early member of the Napster team and principal engineer at Netscape. He is an engineer’s engineer, solving systems problems from first principles. He is an architect of scalable systems, and a pragmatic and practical distributed systems engineer.
Salar has over 15 years of experience as an entrepreneur, technologist and product leader. Salar was founder and CEO of Silk, a data visualization startup. He led the company through multiple rounds of financing and international expansion, through to its acquisition by Palantir Technologies. At Palantir, Salar led multiple product and R&D teams.
Chris is a product-oriented ecosystem builder. He started his adventure with blockchain working at Golem, driving business, strategy and helping to set up Ethereum Community Fund. He is passionate about building out the decentralization ecosystem. His background is venture capital and scaling developer products.
Rick has over 15 years of experience as an architect and consultant, and has created several well-known blockchain architectures since 2014. He specializes in mechanism design with a focus on federated proof of stake consensus systems. Many of his projects have also entailed components of cross chain asset exchange.
Kaliya Young is an expert in self-sovereign identity and identity on the blockchain. She is widely known as Identity Woman. Kaliya is the co-founder of the Internet Identity Workshop, which consists of a network of companies working to give individuals the tools to collect, manage, and gain value from their own personal data.