Adi Ben-Ari, CEO at Applied Blockchain

Company: Applied Blockchain

Website: https://appliedblockchain.com/

Business: Developing and deploying dozens of blockchain applications from NFT marketplaces for famous artists to sophisticated DeFi protocols and Web3 dApp

 

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About Adi Ben-Ari

 
Adi is Founder & CEO at Applied Blockchain, a fast-growing company of blockchain and cryptography experts founded in 2015 and based in London, UK, and Porto, Portugal. Prior to this, Adi worked for 20 years as an enterprise architect and technology lead for companies, including Lloyds Banking Group and Vodafone.

Adi graduated in Computer Science from the University of Bristol and has an MBA from Tel-Aviv University. Adi is considered a thought leader in blockchain and data privacy and is regularly invited to present to C-level executives and international events, has presented blockchain at the UK Parliament and House of Lords, and lectured at University College London.

 

About Applied Blockchain

 
Founded in 2015, Applied Blockchain has developed and deployed dozens of blockchain applications from NFT marketplaces for famous artists to sophisticated DeFi protocols and Web3 dApps, for clients ranging from Shell and Barclays to Chainlink and Algorand.

The company is also developing the next generation of blockchain products. These include Silent Data, a privacy-preserving data oracle for off-chain data that enables the verification of web2 data sources in web3 applications, and London Bridge, a hardware-secured bridge between Algorand, Ethereum, and other EVM chains for cross-chain asset transfers.