Blockchain has applied use cases such as friction less cross border transactions, which is cool, and then the identity, governance and connectivity aspects are the other side that makes me believe blockchain can pave the way for the world to work together on some of the world's biggest problems as ecologies of balance rather than working as competing economies, a system that has failed us on, or even led to, some major global issues.
Miriam Neubauer is the Managing Director at Catena Capital, a leading crypto investor and company builder for blockchain companies and ICOs, based in Berlin. She is also an Advisor to Herdius, a cross-chain identity protocol project with a decentralized exchange on top. Prior to Catena, Miriam spent the past 10 years in high-growth VC-funded startups in various leadership roles. At Catena, Miriam focuses on infrastructure and protocol level technologies as well as applications useful to the broader stakeholders in the blockchain community right now. Miriam holds a B.Sc. in BA with a minor in CS from LMU Munich, an Honors Degree in Technology & Management from CDTM Munich, and completed a stay abroad at the School of Information at UC Berkeley studying data and information science.
Herdius plans to provide a powerful, efficient and scalable backend for existing and future dApps. Any dApp, on any blockchain, can create a Herdius address which they can link with their smart contract or app directly thereby allowing any Herdius user to utilize the functionalities of that app. The goal is to bridge usersbases across different chains and ecosystems with each other to allow anyone to use any appplication regardless what blockchain they are running on.