The fintech firm moved its technology team into the co-working space and is actively hiring development positions in the area.
“We’re very excited to begin this new phase of GDR’s journey within such a great environment,” said CTO Robert Brown, who will head up the local operation. “Wilmington has a strong technology start up community with a rich talent pool of experienced technologists within financial services, and beyond. GDR is proud to now be a member of that community and excited to be collaborating with such talent.”
Global Debt Registry works with investment backs to bring structured credit and lending market operations onto the blockchain, with the goal of increasing efficiency and transaction volume while lowering costs.
To engage the local startup community, GDR is planning a series of quarterly meetups for technologists within the blockchain and fintech space. The meetups will serve as a discussion platform for local startups to showcase the work they are doing in their fields, bring in expert speakers for panel discussions, and provide a platform for networking and partnership between organizations. The first meet-up will take place in the first quarter of 2019.