Hello world!

Phillip Gibb  —  August 4, 2017 — 1 Comment

Welcome to my personal blog, here I talk about everything I do; on being a Christian, a husband, even parenting, programming and ultra trail running

Phillip Gibb
Global Consent Self-Sovereign Identity Developer and Developer of Smart Contracts at Trustlab for the ixo platform.
Polyglot Developer pushing the stack in Blockchain technologies, especially Hyperledger-Indy. Most of my journey has been as a Java Software Engineer with experience in the realms of eCommerce and Telecoms. Providing software solutions for Electronic Fund Transfers and payment gateways, as well as the securing of data involved in such transactions. Creating of mechanisms and servers for hardware and software cryptographic management and protection of keys and data. Interfacing into terminals and pinpads for retail applications.

Specialties: eCommerce, Cryptology and Messaging, BlockChain, Smart Contracts and CryptoCurrency
CURRENT PROJECT | ixo – THE BLOCKCHAIN FOR IMPACT

ixo is the Blockchain for Impact, helping individuals and organisations around the world to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. It gives everyone the power to deliver, evaluate and invest in sustainable social, environmental and economic development. Using blockchain technologies and Web3 standards, ixo enables all measurable changes to be transformed into Verified Impact Data with crypto-economic Proof of Impact. This is recorded in real-time, in an ecosystem that is owned by everyone.

My role on this exciting project is to develop the management of ixo tokens in the pre-sale for preparation for TGE

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