Brittany is Head of Strategic Partnerships at Blockstack PBC. She’s spent 6 years investing in blockchain and network effect businesses through her own firm, Lattice Ventures, and on the investment team at Union Square Ventures. A serial entrepreneur, she's built 3 companies, including gtrot which sold to Groupon. Her work focuses on the intersection of community and technology.
Jump to the report Blockstack’s mission is to enable a user owned internet; an internet where users have privacy and complete control of their digital...Read more
In case you missed it, you can now view the Blockstack Q3 Community Call led by Muneeb Ali, CEO of Blockstack PBC....Read more
We’re pleased to partner with HashKey, Blockstack’s lead investor from Hong Kong, to educate new institutional investors about Blockstack and Web 3 apps and to...Read more
Blockstack has partnered with GSR Markets Limited, a Hong Kong limited company, on providing overseas liquidity for the Stacks token (STX). The agreement is filed...Read more
We are pleased to announce that Recruit Co., Ltd. (Recruit Holdings), a global tech corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, has made a strategic investment in...Read more
Since the SEC qualification of our token offering on July 10th, a lot has been happening. The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Fox Business, and Yahoo!...Read more
Blockstack is a decentralized computing network and growing global ecosystem. After launching the Stacks blockchain in Q4 we are actively expanding our presence in Asia....Read more
This blog will no longer receive new posts and will be available only as an archive. Hiro PBC plans to have a developer-focused blog at hiro.so. Readers looking for Stacks related news and announcements can go to the Stacks ecosystem blog at blog.stacks.co to find updates about the project from various entities and individuals across the decentralized ecosystem.
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