Information on a blockchain is encrypted and preserved forever, and each data entry contains a timestamp and a link to the previous one, which forms “a chain”. This renders it impossible to manipulate the information on this database.
According to the Employer Survey on LinkedIn in 2020, blockchain was the #1 demanded skill. This is a significant indication that the blockchain industry is rapidly growing and will continue its exponential growth over the next decade.
Libonomy’s mission is to provide developers, enterprises and government entities with the best decentralized network of the 21st century. With the redesigned blockchain’s architecture and the invention of artificial intelligence-governed engine, we are able to sustain the demands and requirements of today as well as not become outdated in the future.
Our vision is to introduce more transparency, equality and fairness in the world. Through the groundbreaking technology, we aim to inspire companies and society to realize their vision and dreams, to connect the world together and enhance the quality of everyday activities.
With non-stop inventions, collaboration and long-term driven mind, we are looking to make a significant contribution and become a foundation for all future blockchains to be built on.
After his time at Wyless, Richard ran a venture management company for five years with a focus on investing in and refining companies in IT and ICT. Richard has also had more than four years as director of Legal, Regulatory & Security at Tele2 IoT, a multi-national company within the Tele2 Group.
Since two years ago, Richard has been the deputy CEO and operations manager at Valea AB, one of the leading intellectual property law firms in Sweden. In addition to his operational career, Richard has a number of board assignments, primarily in technology-heavy companies in the scale-up phase.