|Place of residence||New York City/San Francisco, U.S.|
|Alma mater||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|Known for||Contributing to Bitcoin Core, co-founding Blockstream, and improving Bitcoin at Square Crypto|
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.