DFINITY's industry-leading innovations across distributed computing, cryptography and blockchain technology will make it easy for developers to create decentralized applications that are tamperproof, fast, and incorporate privacy innovations capable of scaling to billions of users around the world.
DFINITY's technology allows companies and individuals with excess high-performance server capacity to create the largest global network of cloud computing services to build, operate and scale sophisticated applications.
A quickly growing world-class team across many disciplines including cryptography, distributed computing and functional programming.
Dominic is a crypto theoretician and entrepreneur. His recent research includes Threshold Relay and PSC chains, Validation Towers and Trees, and USCIDs, and he proposes new ideas such as "The 3 E's of Sybil Resistance". Previously he ran a venture-backed MMO game using his own distributed systems that hosted millions of users.
Timo was once a Professor of Mathematics and Cryptography at Aachen University in Germany but got into Bitcoin. In 2013 he created AsicBoost to reduce the gate count on Bitcoin mining chips and increase the efficiency of Bitcoin mining by 20-30% that has since become a standard in large-scale mining operations.
Jan is a leading scientist and has published over 120 widely cited papers in the areas of privacy and cryptography. Previously, he spent 19 years as Principal Research Staff Member at IBM, where he co-invented Identity Mixer, a unique cryptographic protocol for authentication. He is a Fellow of IEEE and IACR and has received many awards for his work.
Our core R&D and Operations teams are growing fast. DFINITY has attracted some of the industry’s foremost minds to work on a completely new stack for the Cloud 3.0.
Come and join us to build the future of distributed computing!
DFINITY currently operates offices in Palo Alto and Zurich. For open positions in both locations, please visit our Jobs page.
We support research activities. DFINITY contributes to the Stanford Center for Blockchain Research, runs a scholarship and grant program and supports other initiatives close to academia.