I believe blockchain and web3 technologies have great potential to enable consumers and creators to own their assets. We are very early in this space, which leads to a lot of bad ideas and failed implementations but I'm confident in my ability to help you navigate and structure your blockchain and web3 ideas for the future.
Below you'll find some of my skills and accomplishments in this area.
Working with Computable Labs as a consultant provided one of my early forays into blockchain (in 2019!). Our primary project CAPI was a set of APIs allowing a trusted API service to manage the voting and trusting process for distributed datasets (much like the current DAO model). While the company itself failed to find an audience, the code and lessons live on.
The API service ran on ECS Fargate in AWS with connectivity to the Skynet (private blockchain), Rinkeby, and Mainnet Ethereum blockchains. All resources were built and provisioned using Cloudformation templates with SSL, monitoring, and Cloudwatch Log Groups.
We used Flask as the API framework and OpenAPI Spec 2.0 for API route documentation. The python web3 library provided blockchain connectivity using credentials stored in AWS Secrets Manager for signed transactions.
The project is a multi-tenant marketplace allowing vendors to sell products using Ethereum. I now know this is a terrible idea for a blockchain application. Would've been cool for the staff at ye ole Consensys Academy to have pointed that out, but they didn't.
So here we are...