Our network offers consultants, entrepreneurs,
engineers (tech & sales), and designers with experience
in Bitcoin integration, blockchain implementation,
peer-to-peer networking, mining operations and
Our network offers consultants, entrepreneurs, both technical and sales engineers, designers, and artists with experience in Bitcoin integration, blockchain implementation, peer-to-peer networking, mining operations and open-source collaboration.
Below are some of our recent work.
Designed, implemented, and launched Testnet for Equibit crypto-securities protocol. The protocol is a fork of Bitcoin augmented with various enhancements and new transaction types to support the issuance of securities. Completely peer-to-peer with multi-sig web-of-trust for 3rd party AML/KYC compliance.
This radical breakthrough for agriculture and food supply uses blockchain technology to follow the history of food from a seed's genetic composition to the flavor of a tomato in our plate. Blockchain solves supply-chain coordination and information exchange problems that couldn't be solved before.
2017: Presentation of a sample design for a hospitality blockchain creating autonomous entities representing sleeping rooms available on a network. 2016: Discuss the importance of open source software (OSS) and encryption technology.
MIT "Real Disruption" series. Christian Saucier presents the value of decentralized ledgers for public registries. After the presentation, an impromptu lunch in organized at the MIT Media Lab where Christian explains the technologies behind blockchain systems to a hungry audience of MIT students.
Designed and prototyped decentralized real-estate registration system using the Bitcoin blockchain. This application has since been grown by the client and operates various pilots around the world.
Archetech Distributed designs decentralized collaboration systems. The Nomicon collaboration protocol and Vikiwiki engine are projects that remain alive today in various forms. A recent example is the Cryptonomicon collaboration wiki being used as a platform to launch the Equibit Testnet in 2019. The inspiration for these systems came in part from the 2012 Better Software article titled The Software Development Game.