With IndieSquare in depth knowledge of blockchains is not necessary, allowing you to focus on developing great apps and products
Issuing tokens can be done easily from the dashboard. You can also register a token icon, image and additional information to increase your token's appeal.
By incorporating the SDKs your apps can access and interact with your token on the blockchain. For example your token could be used as a power up in a game, or a reward point in an app.
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In 2007, Yuta released a mobile game "Bike Rider" as a college student majoring in Computer Science. He eventually dropped out of college to start his own game company and the Bike Rider series became a big hit, amounting to 27 million downloads to this day. Soon after selling his business in 2013, he became fascinated by Bitcoin and blockchain technology and co-founded IndieSquare to lead the field of the token economy.
Yusaku is an experienced web and mobile application engineer. After developing banking systems, he’s been involved in various Bitcoin projects. He realized the massive potential of blockchain technology and joined IndieSquare to make it a reality. He’s responsible for API design and the backend system development. He’s often spotted wandering about in Akihabara.
Christian is a mobile application developer and has created various projects in the bitcoin ecosystem such as the bitcoin tipping game "SaruTobi" and the crypto geocaching app "takara". When he is not busy programming he enjoys playing guitar, lifting heavy objects and drinking tea.
After accumulating a wide range of knowledge in IT startup companies, Kamon had been working for CyberAgent Inc as an infrastructure engineer (SRE) since 2012. Based on the experience gained working in both small and large companies, he established Ethersecurity Inc in 2016 invorder to address the security information gap. He is now also a valuable team member of IndieSquare Inc, responsible for security and building infrastructure furthering his interest in the cryptcurrency and building nodes and servers. He is also a Kansai guy who loves Sake.