Coinbase React Native: Building the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem with Brent Walter and Jacob Thornton
Coinbase is a very popular and well trusted cryptocurrency platform for buying and selling digital assets like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and many more. With Coinbase you can manage your portfolio of cryptocurrencies in 1 place like you would for other investments. There are added features like scheduling recurring purchases of assets, time-delayed withdrawals from digital vaults, and mobile apps with sleek UIs for mobile access to the markets. Coinbase has gained trust as a platform for storing digital assets in secure offline storage, using servers covered by insurance policies, by following industry best practices and supporting a variety of the most popular digital currencies.
In this episode we talk to Brent Walter, a Senior Engineering Manager at Coinbase. Brent was previously an Advisor at With Labs and various other companies, and was a Director of Software Engineering at Western Digital before that.
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