HACERA uses Zero-Knowledge proofs to solve inherent problems relating to privacy, data confidentiality and transaction unlinkability.
HACERA allows blockchain participants to transact freely without worrying about others being able to “profile” them, and see all of their transaction history, prices, amounts or even counterparties.
WebAssembly (abbreviated Wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. Wasm is designed as a portable target for compilation of high-level languages like C/C++/Rust, enabling deployment on the web for client and server applications.
Using WebAssembly, HACERA’s smart contracts are compiled once and run at native speed – yes, anywhere!
While security and performance are key to many of the use-cases we focus on (Supply-chain and Trade Finance), from design, development, deployment and full integration… we never forgot what we came here for – collaboration.
To end the “data silo” paradigm, through sharing, collaboration using components and systems that guarantee Interoperability, now and in the future.
This is why HACERA was designed to be extensible using pluggable modules. This allows us to extend the blockchain, while not needing to fork any chain, for every newly added and desired feature, leveraging true Interoperability.
Some of these proof-of-concepts are based on software provided by the Hyperledger Sawtooth team and its maintainers. Sign In to access our Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum-based demos.
Technical entrepreneur. Applied cryptographer / mathematician - specializing in building large scale quantitative systems.
Hyperledger Fabric 1.0 Release Manager. The first independent Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee (TSC) member.
Experienced with large-scale software development using several technologies with a career ranging from software engineering and enterprise architecture, to quality assurance and release management. Complete exposure to the full SDLC in both Agile expert and WF methodologies, with comprehensive engagement in business strategy and vision execution initiatives.
Solid experience in designing and developing service-oriented architectures and enterprise applications. Great communication skills, and an evangelist for process improvements.
Specialties: enterprise and application architecture, agile development processes, process improvements, leadership.
Arthur is a senior executive with both start-up and global Enterprise experience (from working at Microsoft, Radware, Cisco System, and others). He has a combination of skills and experience in product management, business development and engineering.
Arthur is helping us with our product portfolio management, and strategic partnership establishment and management.
Arthur has 21 approved US patents under his name. He has an Executive MBA from Kellogg-Recanati School of Management and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Technion, Israel
Business Development and Marketing Specialist
Guido loves to tackle challenging use-cases with a growth mindset. He comes from the digital marketing space, where he focused on creating and managing strong client relationships, while helping transform business ideas into tangible results.
We are very excited to have Guido in our team, as his creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking perfectly align with our proactive problem-solving approach - causing things to happen rather than waiting to respond after things happen.
Guido helps us with the 5 Ps: Predict and develop foresight. Prevent and confront issues head on. Plan and always define where you want to be both in the near and longer term future. Participate actively, and Perform in a timely, effective manner.
Osnat is a senior executive with versatile experience gained at several leading global strategy consultancies.
She brings 17 years of digital & innovation native experience to the blockchain space.
Elaine is a world-class researcher who is well regarded and highly awarded. Co-director of the Initiative for Cryptocurrency and Contracts (IC3), an Associate Professor, Cornell, a Packard Fellow, Sloan Fellow.
She published the world's first ever academic paper on Bitcoin, designed a few of worlds most efficient, secure and fast consensus protocols. Elaine specializes in designing and building proovably secure systems. She is a co-director of IC3 (Initiative for Cryptocurrency and Contracts).
Her recent awards include: ONR YIP Award (2016), First Place in the CSAW Applied Cybersecurity Research Competition (2016), ASPLOS Best Paper (2015), HLI Award for Secure Multiparty Computing (2015), VMWare Faculty Research Award (2015), Google Research Awards (2013, 2014), NSA Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper (2013), UMD Invention of the Year Award (2013), ACM CCS Best Student Paper (2013), Winner of the IJCNN / Kaggle Social Network Challenge (2011).
Elaine is helping us a lot with provable security and safety guarantees analysis of our cryptographic work.
Jonathan has directed communications for a wide range of technology companies across Europe, North America and Asia.
He spent more than a decade with the BBC as a foreign correspondent, technology reporter and political reporter and has reported for many other news organizations including Reuters, The Daily Telegraph, CBC, ABC and Newsweek.
Jonathan holds a Masters from the University of Oxford.