IOTA (MIOTA) is at the front when it comes to bringing in experts into the cryptocurrency space. At the moment, IOTA is among the major projects adding lots of respected IoT professionals to their blockchain community.
In its bid to create an outstanding ecosystem, today, in an announcement, IOTA foundation declared it has added to its chains of employees, software developer Lukas Tassanyi, a German undergraduate disrupting the IoT space. Lukas studies Bachelor of Computer Science at the Technical University Dresden.
Widely referred to as MicroHash in the IOTA community, Lukas has contributed meaningfully to the ecosystem with many ideas.
He’s behind the widely celebrated IOTA Spam Fund and his has written several articles on Qubic. Lukas is the brain behind the Qubic Lite, a Qubic protocol implementation that the ecosystem keeps on applauding daily.
He spearheads Qubic Lite, an open-source community implementation of the Qubic Protocol intended to be a temporary solution until the official Qubic implementation is released. With QLite, developers can easily create QApps.
Now that he joined IOTA, Lukas said before now, he has been playing around with IOTA libraries till he became a perfect IOTA software developer.
He’s joining the ecosystem as a software engineer and saddled with the responsibility of helping the Qubic Team.
“Ever since I found out about IOTA, I was in complete awe of its lightweight design. Quite soon I started to play around with the libraries which got me involved as a community developer rather quickly. Once Qubic was announced, the concept of writing smart contracts on top of the Tangle motivated me to develop Qubic Lite as a simplified proof-of-concept to showcase that the Qubic theory is indeed feasible. Joining the Qubic Team, I’m excited to contribute to the official version. I feel honored to be working among so many talented individuals and use this opportunity to improve my software engineering skills in this highly professional environment.”