Zilliqa Stock

zilliqa.comFinTech / Other FintechFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $22MM

Zilliqa, founded in 2017 by a group of researchers from the National University of Singapore, is the developer of a high-performance, high-security blockchain platform designed for enterprises and next-generation applications, with efforts centred around streamlining the efficiency, trust, and transparency of Web 3.0. Scilla, a programming language that guarantees the safety of smart contracts developed by the engineering team at Zilliqa became the first peer-reviewed smart contract language to enter a production platform.

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Management Team

Ben Livshits Ph.D
Chief Executive Officer
Amrit Kumar Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer
Yaoqi Jia
Co-Founder & Advisor
Juzar Motiwalla
Max Kantelia
Prateek Saxena Ph.D

Board Members

Vincent Zhou
FBG Capital

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News Highlights

Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Zilliqa Price Analysis: 14 April - AMBCrypto

Market leaders Bitcoin and Ethereum were yet to recover key levels post the recent sell-off, with BTC still trading at around $41k and ETH at

Zilliqa hanging off the ledge, a potential 50% crash below this level - AMBCrypto

Zilliqa price seems to be pulling a 180 after an impressive and exponential run-up over the past two weeks. This ascent seems to be getting undone by investors booking profits and due to the correlation with Bitcoin.

Zilliqa: Why Cross-Chain Interoperability is the Key to Securing Blockchain’s Future  | The Fintech Times

Businesses no longer need to operate in siloed environments due to blockchain development and DeFi encouraging a new breed of collaboration.
Updated on: Jun 22, 2024


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