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Esprezzo Simplifies Blockchain Development for Companies and Developers


Boston- and San Francisco-based start-up Esprezzo is aiming to democratise access to blockchain development and has announced the launch of its programmable middleware, enabling front-end and back-end engineers to build data-rich applications interoperable with blockchain. Esprezzo’s hopes to make it significantly simpler for enterprises and modern product developers to build data-rich web and mobile products that are interoperable with blockchain technology.

Development on blockchain can be limited by slow data read and write times, inaccessibility for front-end engineers caused by its decentralized nature, and the need for extensive knowledge of low-level software languages such as Go, C# and C++.

To ameliorate this, Esprezzo intends to offer engineers of all skillsets a solution to these barriers. The blockchain-as-a-service doesn’t require knowledge of low-level software languages, and, with a middleware that is 1 integrated with the Ethereum Protocol and GraphQL, Esprezzo’s MainNet will allow developers to control their applications’ data across a variety of blockchains and networks.

Remy Carpinito, CEO and co-founder of Esprezzo, remarked: “As blockchain continues to rise as the next major foundational technology, the demand for blockchain developers is increasing rapidly – yet the supply is not keeping up. We are building Esprezzo to activate a larger pool of developers, empower them and provide the tools needed to focus on front-end applications rather than the underlying architecture.”

The Esprezzo team previously built CampusTap, a private career networking platform launched in 2013 that currently serves 60 organizations and manages over 1 million user accounts in education institutions and corporations worldwide. In 2018, CampusTap’s entire backend infrastructure will be migrated to blockchain.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.