ConsenSys is a global community of developers, businessmen, programmers, journalists, lawyers, etc. made to create and promote blockchain infrastructure and peer-to-peer applications. The organization was founded in 2014 by Josef Lubin and currently is headquartered in New York. It has a subsidiary named ConsenSys Ventures, a blockchain venture production studio. ConsenSys blockchain network is spreading rapidly, as it already consists of over 600 members from various countries. Overall, there are 47 projects under ConsenSys that provide services ranging from consulting to development and issuing of turn-key blockchain-based projects. In addition, there are projects aimed at organizing conferences or meetings, such as the ConsenSys Conference.
Leading ConsenSys developer, John Wolpert, discussed the potential security flaws with Apple and Google’s contact tracing proposal.
ConsenSys Developer on How Baseline Protocol Can Improve Contact Tracing
Devs working on enterprise smart contract platform, Baseline, proposed blockchain-based solutions to coronavirus contact tracing.
Baseline Developers Propose DTL-Based Coronavirus Contact Tracing
Covantis, a blockchain agritech project run by agribusiness giants like Cargill, is officially established in Geneva and appoints CEO.
ConsenSys-Associated Agritech Project Covantis Officially Established
The open-source Baseline Protocol allowing private systems to be built on the public Ethereum blockchain has been made publicly available on GitHub.
Ethereum Baseline Protocol Code Now Available on GitHub
Decrypt, a major industry publication funded by ConsenSys, plans to launch an Ethereum-based token to reward users for engaging with its content.
ConsenSys-Backed Crypto News Outlet Decrypt to Launch Reward Token in Q2 2020
Microsoft, ConsySys and EY have launched Baseline, an open-source smart contract and tokenization protocol for enterprises on the Ethereum Mainnet.
EY, Microsoft and ConsenSys Launch Enterprise Platform on Ethereum Mainnet
ConsenSys is spinning off its healthcare division into ConsenSys Health, seeking to solve the issues in U.S. healthcare by applying technological solutions.
ConsenSys Spins Off Health Division to Tackle Healthcare Issues