Matt Corallo #72

Open-source software engineer at Square Crypto

Matt Corallo & Open-source software engineer at Square Crypto & background` Matt Corallo & Open-source software engineer at Square Crypto & poster`
Matt Corallo & Open-source software engineer at Square Crypto
Place of residence New York City/San Francisco, U.S.
Category Developers
Alma mater University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Known for Contributing to Bitcoin Core, co-founding Blockstream, and improving Bitcoin at Square Crypto
person-quote
“There’s more to life than collecting piles of bits in your bank’s database. Do what, honestly, makes you happy. If it’s business success, do what you have to. If it’s not, do what you need to be happy.“

Biography:

Matt Corallo has been a long-time contributor to Bitcoin’s open-source development in a range of roles. In 2014, he co-founded Blockstream, a blockchain technology firm building scaling solutions for Bitcoin. He then spent two years at Chaincode Labs, contributing to the incubator and research group's open-source engineering efforts. He is currently working on Square's new crypto team working exclusively on Bitcoin.

Matt Corallo's 2019:

The highlight of Corallo’s 2019 was becoming one of the first members of Square Crypto, where he is working with a small team of engineers and designers to make Bitcoin more accessible and useful to the masses.

What Cointelegraph expects for 2020:

2020 will surely see developments from Corallo and the Square Crypto team, giving us a more tangible idea of what Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey has in mind for the team.