As time goes by, more companies, institutions, organizations, and – yes, even banks – are investing in blockchain and web3 technology.
Not only does blockchain enable an arsenal of possibilities for security, scalability, immutability, and transparency, but it also can be profitable when crypto comes into play.
However, regardless of the intention, the fact is that numbers don’t lie – and big names can impress and bring more trustability to the blockchain novelty:
According to the platform BlockData, blockchain company funding by year from the top 100 companies jumped from 2020 to 2021 as shown in the graph below.
This means that companies are getting less and less afraid of investing in those web3 technologies.
As for the big names, BlockData highlights that the biggest public companies investing in blockchain technology are Samsung as the most active, having invested in 13 companies, UOB with 7 investments, followed by Citigroup with 6 investments, and Goldman Sachs with 5.
BlockData also states that the investors active in the biggest funding rounds are Alphabet ($1,506M in 4 rounds), Blackrock ($1,171M in 3 rounds), Morgan Stanley ($1,10M in 2 rounds), Samsung ($979M in 13 rounds), Goldman Sachs ( $698M in 5 rounds, BNY Mellon ($690M in 3 rounds), and PayPal ($650M in 4 rounds).
“The 40 companies invested approximately $6B into blockchain startups between September 2021 and June 2022. Because some rounds involve participation from multiple investors, it is unclear how much each company invested in a project”.Blockdata
Why should devs pay attention to this?
Mainly, because the market is changing – and it’s changing fast.
Developers that work with web3 technology have been extremely valuable and, thus, chased by recruiters and companies’ HRs around the world.
From Amazon to payment fintech, tech & games companies, or well-established banks – even crypto and blockchain startups – the need for professionals that know how to develop a project with blockchain technology has been growing fast.
Data from LinkedIn, the biggest work-related social media platform in the world, has shown that job postings with titles containing terms like “Bitcoin,” “Ethereum,” “blockchain” and “cryptocurrency” grew 395% in the U.S. from 2020 to 2021, outpacing the wider tech industry — which saw a 98% increase in listings during the same time period.
This means that any kind of professional who keeps updated with cryptocurrency and blockchain technology is already in a trendy and still select group of workers.
As for devs, the search for these professionals can be higher, once programming continues to be the core of the functionality for the web3.
How can KleverChain help developers of web3 products?
Developing a web3 product from scratch can be very difficult.
Especially, if you want to build a blockchain from ground zero in order to have your project hosted in this new form of network.
Building a blockchain requires a lot of power, man work and it can be very time-consuming.
That’s why concepts such as smart contracts blew up with the birth of Ethereum and, later, with other platforms that allow companies to host their decentralized projects with those kinds of contracts.
However, even with that bigger step being made, things continuously needed to be perfected.
According to KleverChain’s whitepaper, “even though smart contracts are great, they are not only difficult to code and expensive to execute. Even with expert programmers writing the code, smart contracts today often suffer from innumerable security vulnerabilities, resulting in exploits and hacks that total billions of dollars over the past years alone”.
That’s why Klever developed the KleverChain and now is proud to say:
“With KleverChain, anyone can build”.
The birth essence of KleverChain is to bridge the gap between developers and blockchain foundations, making it a more dynamic relationship in order to achieve greater things together.
“We will foster the relationship with the developers building on KleverChain by understanding their needs and addressing them while providing a safer, faster and smarter blockchain building experience through a permissionless and community governed blockchain protocol available to all developers and users globally”KleverChain Whitepaper
The experience the Klever team developed throughout the years has made Klever focus on making blockchain building easier, simpler, faster, and smarter, but more importantly, making it usable and enjoyable for developers and users alike.
And all of this without the need for blockchain coding experience.
The goal for KleverChain is to build a network where developers can build decentralized applications in a way that has not been possible before, making it easier, cheaper, and more enjoyable for developers to build and deploy blockchain apps and integrate all essential crypto features into their projects, without even needing blockchain coding experience.
This is only possible because KleverChain offers an array of ready-built and native decentralized applications, which have been prodded, tested, optimized, and advanced through a half-year-long testnet period, plus one year of internal devnet testing in order to make your blockchain experience as secure, seamless, simple and inspiring as technologically possible.
Therefore, by removing the complexities that are presented in the current smart contract format, Klever provides native-coded features into the blockchain called SmartContracts 2.0, or Klever Contracts.
With them, engineers can significantly reduce development time, and increase security by using native blockchain features. It allows devs to focus on building the projects of their dreams, at a fraction of the cost.
“We were limited by third-party technologies to build our own products, services and applications. Limited by high fees, the lack of communication from blockchain foundations and limited by major exchanges who were reluctant to list our utility token KLV. KleverChain will remove all those limitations.”Dio Ianakiara, Co-Founder & CEO of Klever.
By using the KleverChain technology, the developer will have tools such as the Klever OS SDK (Klever’s native infrastructure) that will help them build amazing Kapps, making it possible to:
- Issue Tokens & NFTs
- Raising funds for the project
- NFT Marketplace
So, as we see a significant growth of companies looking for professional developers who can build and identify a perfect platform for their clients, it seems KleverChain presents itself as an interesting, low-cost, safe, and one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn, build and also deploy applications.