Patrick is Co-Founder and CTO of Clovyr. Patrick led development for J.P. Morgan’s open source blockchain projects including Quorum and Constellation, and sat on the firmwide Cryptography Review Board. A software and security researcher by training, he has held executive positions in information security and privacy at companies large and small.
An early contributor to multiple open source projects including the Go programming language, Patrick is also a Founding Board Member of the Securing Smart Cities initiative, and was a Visiting Researcher at Cornell University. His work has been featured by NBC, CNN, FOX, Fortune, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, and is the basis of transparency tools which power programs by the Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau, and others.
August 23rd, 2019 | 49 mins 39 secs
blockchain, blockchain development, clovyr, web3
Amber Baldet and Patrick Nielsen from Clovyr discuss building simple, easy-to-use tools for a far wider reach, customizability vs. ease-of-use, non-surveillance business models, targeting developers who so far have not cared about blockchain, decentralization as an ongoing process, and why working for large corporations has its value.