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Coinbase Engineer, Craig Hammel Joins Moralis as a Senior Tech Advisor

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  • Moralis welcomes Craig Hammel to its team as a senior technical advisor.
  • Craig Hammel will bring his expertise to the Moralis project.
  • And also enhance the project’s capacity to scale and encompass more blockchains.

Moralis, a decentralized application (DApp) platform welcomes Craig Hammel onboard as its senior technical advisor. Craig Hammel, Coinbase’s first engineering recruit, will lend his knowledge to the Moralis project, enhancing its ability to scale and incorporate other blockchains. Hammel will also assist Moralis in bringing its tools to mobile devices and game engines, such as Unity.

This news comes after Moralis’ recent $13.4 million seed fundraising round, backed by EQT Ventures.  Moralis’ user-friendly interface for dApp development will be made available to a wider audience thanks to this seed cash, which will be used to fuel product development and business expansion.

The addition of Craig Hammell as a technical advisor to the team will help Moralis become the industry standard for web3 development. Moralis’ Web3 technology could be the next big thing in the cryptocurrency industry. The fact that Hammell gave his consent reinforces this probability.

Not to mention, Craig Hammel was also the first external engineering hire outside of the Coinbase platform’s founders, making him an ideal fit for Moralis’ and its product’s future development. Over the course of six years, Hammel saw Coinbase’s potential from the beginning and helped it become a household name among bitcoin fans.

Confirming joining Moralis, Craig Hammel states,

I knew Moralis was important when I discovered it as a developer working on my own Web3 project. It’s like having my own infra team for DeFi, like the missing piece that will enable a thousand times more developers to build on blockchains. I’m very excited to help the Moralis team grow, and the whole ecosystem along with it.

Hence, Craig’s decision to join Moralis at this critical time suggests he sees similar transformational potential in this initiative. The first order of business will be to allow Moralis to expand its employees, appeal, and technology.

Considering that today’s blockchain engineers are confronted with a jumbled environment of tools and solutions, Moralis will address that gap and give a more streamlined user experience for front-end development. While that is sufficient to tackle most individual difficulties, there is no single solution for cross-chain and cross-platform DApp development.

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