Elas was founded by Brendan Lee to execute a new vision for how tokens can be created and used on the Bitcoin SV (BSV) ledger.
We believe there are real world business problems that can be solved with our digital token ledger solutions by building technology that uses the Bitcoin public ledger as a substrate layer.
Elas Ledgers can be nested allowing for customised and flexible issuance and ownership structures to be defined.
Sub ledgers can be built to contain and manage databases, tokens, identity information and more, enabling use-cases from small family trust management up to nation-state deployments.
All actions within an Elas Ledger can be deterministically linked by any user back to an establishment action providing irrefutable validation within a particular ledger or sub-ledger.
Are you an expert in your field? Can you think outside the box?
We seek creative people for upcoming projects relating to gaming and entertainment, tracking and logistics, voting and elections, government function and more. Importantly, we aren’t just looking for developers so if you think you have something to add, get in touch.
Let us know if you have knowledge and understanding of Bitcoin or have used tools such as BSVAlias, Nakasendo, Planaria, BSV library, Moneybutton or sCrypt. An open mind is important.
Our tools use Bitcoin (BSV) and with them you will be able to do some pretty amazing stuff.
We are looking for Database Administrators who will be responsible for the efficient access, security and storage of large amounts of data and have good knowledge of data security, backup and disaster recovery procedures and to keep the database up and running smoothly 24/7 – considering both back end data structure and front end accessibility for end-users.
Strong experience with merkle tree and proof
Hands-on experience with database standards and end user applications
Problem solving skills and ability to think algorithmically
Excellent knowledge of data backup, recovery, security, integrity and SQL
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