1, No super technical background is required, everyone can use it
2, with top encryption method
3, Available for audit by financial institutions
Its purpose is mainly to solve the pain points of slow cryptocurrency transactions, no privacy due to transaction broadcasting of all details, and imperfect and difficult-to-operate other privacy protection tools on the market.
Iron Fish does this by creating a new cryptocurrency called Iron. Users can operate nodes, mine, and trade. The specific information can only be viewed after the owner discloses the view key
Provide incentives for contributing behavior. Different points can be obtained for different actions. After the mainnet is launched, IRON tokens can be shared in equal proportions with these points (note that the currently tradable iron in the market is a stable currency, which is easy to confuse). Those who get the highest points for each item can get an additional Iron Fish NFT. At present, the test network is relatively active, with users operating every minute. Official Twitter calls its testnet one of the largest in the world.
The company was founded during the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, based on the frequent electronic transactions and the lack of privacy protection. IronFish got its name from World War II. In the Indian encrypted information system used by the US military, Ironfish means submarine. The founder believes that Ironfish can protect the network security in the cyber world just like a submarine protects the people in war, which is quite tender.
The website design style is clear and concise but not shabby. Blue, pink, and white are the main colors. The pattern has the feeling of Robinhood, and the logo is more memorable.
The company’s social media (brand twitter, CEO’s personal twitter) and website are all close to the people and highly interactive.
In addition, there are detailed instructions on how to download IronFish on the testnet and conduct currency transfer tests (the level of detail is similar to the github installation tutorial, and even the homebrew installation method is covered), and each block is clearly listed here: https: //explorer.ironfish.network/explorer
I grew up in Russia. From 2011 to 2014, I studied computer science at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, a public university. I live in Fairfax, Virginia, near DC, with a strong high-tech atmosphere. Elena has worked at Airbnb, Tilt, Microsoft. It can be found on Elena’s LinkedIn page that her third-year intern boss highly praised her ability to make decisions, leadership and appeal, and her non-stop learning ability. Elena is also a member of the 2022 Forbes “30 Under 30” list in the financial sector. In addition, Elena in high school won the National Council for Women in Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing competition and was invited to the White House.
From 2009 to 2013, he majored in computer science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a public university, and wrote a custom stock program during college. Joined IronFish in September 2020 and worked at Uber and Microsoft. It is worth mentioning that he and Elena interned at Microsoft at the same time and place in 2012. It is speculated that he and Elena met during the internship, and it has been 10 years since then.
From 2008 to 2010, he studied computer science at State College of Florida-Manatee-Sarasota, a public university. His main job was writing games when he graduated. Joined in September 2020 and used to work at Uber.
Canadian, studied philosophy at Mount Allison University in Canada from 2008 to 2012.
Software engineer Rohan Jadvani (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohanjadvani/) joined in June 2021 and has worked at Citadel and Snap. From 2013 to 2017, he studied electrical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He often served as a teaching assistant for general computer studies. He studied in a public high school before.