Keegan Francis was an early investor in bitcoin and has been following the market since 2014. His interest and understanding of blockchain technology grew over the course of him completing his undergraduate degree in Computer Science. After working for a blockchain company for 1 year and 3 months, Keegan decided to start his own company in November 2018.
Mrugakshee Palwe became curious about blockchain technologies during the crypto boom in 2017. After spending most of 2018 studying the technology, she received a scholarship in October 2018 to a Ethereum Developer Bootcamp. The course taught Mrugakshee how to write, audit, and build dApps using smart contracts for the Ethereum blockchain.
Keegan and Mrugakshee take a rounded, and blockchain agnostic approach to delivering information on blockchain technology. With many blockchains on the world stage as of 2019, it is important to Atlantic Blockchain Company to articulate well rounded, factual information about the application of blockchain technology.
With something as simple as the CEO of a company allegedly leaving no trace of a password to $190 million worth of funds locked in cold storage, many security risks exist within blockchain technologies in the crypto realm. It is ABC's aim to educate the public and keen listeners on all such risks.