Getting SKALE out in front of as many devs and soon to be devs is just one part of a much larger strategy for spreading the word.  We were super excited when our product management intern Andrew Qin did a presentation to a packed room for the Berkeley Blockchain meetup. Not only has he contributed immensely in a short period of time, but he's working on an upcoming blog post on "fuzzing", a novel security technique for catching bugs that was used to help test SKALE.

The event is run by the Haas School of Business, the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology and Blockchain at Berkeley. It was their second monthly Berkeley Blockchain Ecosystem meetup. These are a great opportunity to learn about the work the Berkeley community is doing in the blockchain industry, and an ongoing series.

Thanks Andrew!!

For more information:

SKALE Website https://skale.network

Dapp Developers interested in utilizing SKALE for a project, please apply to the SKALE innovator program https://skale.network/innovators-signup

Join Discord: https://skale.chat

Documentation on deploying a Dapp to SKALE, can be found in the Developer Portal https://skale.network/docs/

To learn more about the SKALE $SKL token, please visit our SKL Token page https://skale.network/token/

About SKALE

SKALE is a multichain network composed of an unlimited number of secure, decentralized, high-performance Ethereum Blockchains. These SKALE Chains were purpose-built to bring Web3 to billions of consumers around the world. SKALE’s advanced cryptography and pooled security model is fast, secure, and decentralized, allowing developers to deliver amazing user experiences to end users without gas fees or latency. SKALE’s modular and extensible platform includes EVM functionality, file storage, interchain messaging, and machine learning capabilities, but is open sourced and designed to allow developers to easily use best of breed solutions when necessary. This architecture further allows applications to run completely on SKALE chains without centralized dependencies.

The SKALE Network is an open source project with many contributors including SKALE Labs, Inc. headquartered in San Francisco, CA. The SKALE Network’s supporters include Arrington Capital, Blockchange, ConsenSys Labs, Hashed, HashKey, Floodgate, Multicoin Capital, Recruit Holdings, Signia VP, and Winklevoss Capital. The SKALE Network is supported by many of the top validators in the world including 01NODE, Ankr, Anonstake, Audit One, Blockdaemon, Blockware, Chainflow, Chainode, Chorus One, Cypher Core, Dokia Capital, Figment Networks,  FreshSkale, Hashed x DELIGHT, Hashquark, Staked, Stakin, Stake With Us, WolfEdge Capital, as well as Staking Facilities. SKALE Network utilised the $SKL token which is listed on 37 exchanges/DEXs globally, including Binance, Coinbase, FTX, Gemini, Huobi, OKEx and more. For more information please visit www.skale.network, @SkaleNetwork on Twitter, and @skaleofficial on telegram.