Sailing Along

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Dennis Schouten is from the Netherlands. He studied information and communication technology (ICT) in HR at university of Rotterdam, and subsequently held management roles which involved the implementation of various technologies. He started a company in 2011 to better handle the indexing of resumes, and got into blockchain from there. He found IOTA in Spring of 2017.

Many in the IOTA community have heard about Dennis’ projects called SKALY and Freighter, but might not know who is behind them or what they actually do. This interview also goes out to all the aspiring IOTA developers who are looking for inspiration in starting your own project on IOTA. Dennis and the team epitomize the story of persistence over everything, while they continue to disrupt in a variety of industries. Without further ado, let’s begin:

HelloIOTA Question #1: We’ve quickly summarized your path to the blockchain world, and ultimately to IOTA. Is there anything we should add to make sure that readers have the proper context for this chat? Maybe your general thoughts on distributed ledgers, what made IOTA stand out from BTC/ETH to you originally, and your relationship with technology in general. 

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