Blockmason, a developer of foundational, base-layer blockchain technologies, and Devhub, a community space, and platform for developers to learn and collaborate through events, educational programs, and co-working, today announced their partnership to educate developers who want to learn and build skills in the blockchain software space.

β€œWe are excited to formalize this partnership with Blockmason, and to create more access to blockchain technologies. As a community space we have always been very passionate about educating developers, so this partnership is a great fit for us!”
– Emma Cuddy, General Manager of Devhub

The companies are aiming to collaborate on providing the resources necessary for blockchain technology education and awareness.

β€œWe have had a great relationship with DevHub with past collaborations, and we are excited to continue that relationship. Devhub has one of the best communities for developers in Canada.”
– Michael Chin, CEO of Blockmason

The Link project from Blockmason is the first managed, decentralized, functions-as-a-service (FaaS) platform, pushing the envelope of interoperability by creating conventional web APIs for developers interacting with networks such as programmable blockchains.

Blockchain’s first product, the Credit Protocol, provides a standardized, secure and reliable means for recording and permanently storing mutually-confirmed debt or credit obligations on the blockchain. Lndr, the first decentralized mobile app powered by the Credit Protocol, leverages the blockchain to allow friends to quickly record and settle casual debts and IOUs in dozens of currencies.

The goal of Link is to empower developers to focus on more creative and innovative projects and help get them to market rapidly. Link opens an entirely new population of prospective users and clients to the growing world of decentralized applications by eliminating the need for cryptocurrencies to acquire, browser plugins to install or servers to maintain or monitor.