Diwaker joined Blockstack after Dropbox, where he spent 4 years in a variety of leadership roles across Engineering. Most recently, he led engineering for Intelligence at Dropbox — a group of 30+ engineers, PMs and designers — encompassing Search Infrastructure, Search Quality, Machine Learning, ML Platform and new product initiatives. During his tenure at Dropbox, Diwaker oversaw major infrastructure initiatives and product launches, including a new search engine for Dropbox.
The energy around Stacks 2.0 is obvious. Momentum across the ecosystem has continued to grow in recent weeks with all kinds of new partnerships, new...Read more
Developers, don't miss the technical forum post with resources for the launch of Krypton/PoX. Today marks another huge step toward the launch of Stacks 2.0:...Read more
In February, we introduced Proof of Transfer, a novel mining mechanism that uses the proof-of-work consensus mechanism of an established blockchain to bootstrap and secure...Read more
The next major milestone toward Stacks 2.0 launch is a public testnet. In this post, we’ll share some more details on what to expect and...Read more
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