Ex-JP Morgan Blockchain Lead Hints at Stealth Startup Vision
One of the most influential people in blockchain is close to unveiling her next move.
Until there are well-designed privacy features for enterprise applications on public chains, it's premature for firms to use them, says Amber Baldet.
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Ex-JPMorgan blockchain lead Amber Baldet has finally revealed her new startup, a decentralized application store.
In darkness or in light? Either way, Baldet seems right at home whether she's onstage at a banking conference or somewhere in the islands, posing for pictures at an "ethereum unicorn party." Will she emerge as a real deal innovator? Or is she the ultimate imposter banking infiltrator? While Baldet's story is yet to be told, her association with one of the largest banks in the world, and power position on its so far compelling blockchain efforts are more than enough to enthrall imaginations.