[prMac.com] San Luis Obispo, California – Learn to code company, Devslopes LLC raises $300,000 and launches a new product named Blockstart to bring blockchain and cryptocurrencies to mobile app and game developers. Since its launch in 2015, Devslopes has taught over 300,000 students how to code and obtain jobs in the tech industry. After training both online students and corporate employees on blockchain, Devslopes has discovered the need to make blockchain more accessible to developers and companies.
“By working with so many programmers, startups, and corporations we have quickly learned that everyone wants to use blockchain features, but the cost and learning curve is so steep that doing so is incredibly difficult,” says Mark Price, CEO of Devslopes.
Blockstart is a blockchain platform aimed to empower developers & businesses to easily build blockchain decentralized applications. Blockstart is built upon the NEM blockchain and with easy to use iOS, Android, and Unity SDKs developers can quickly interface with the blockchain and focus on the user experience, instead of becoming blockchain experts.
“I like to think of Blockstart as the Stripe of blockchain. Taking something that historically has been highly complex, and making it incredibly easy for the people who matter – which are the developers,” said Evan Leong, VP of Devslopes.
“If I could summarize what we are doing,” said Price of Devslopes, “It would be that we are taking the world’s most powerful and revolutionary technology, and making it accessible to everyone.”Devslopes
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