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Adam Cochran
You may have heard a crazy claim that "no one really builds on Ethereum" and that "all the products being built on Ethereum are paid for by the Ethereum Foundation or ConSensys" Here are 359 reasons why that is wrong. Let's start with the megacorps:
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Adam Cochran Jan 15
* [1] * [2] * [3] * Piemonte Holding [4] * Spencer Dinwiddie () [5] * Ernst and Young () [6] * [7] * Banco Santander () [8] * The Bank of New York Mellon () [9] * [9]
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* [9] * [9] * [10] [11] [12] [13] * [14] * [15] * [16] [17] * [18] * [19] * [20] * First National Bank of Ohmaha () [21] * George Brown College () [21] * ING Bank () [22]
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* John Hancock Life Insurance () [23] * JP Morgan Chase ()[24] [25] * [26] [27] * [27] * Pacific Gas & Electric ()[28] * [29] * [30] * [31] * [32] * Standard Chartered Bank ()[33]
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* [34] * [35] * [36] * [37] * [38] * [39] * [40] * [41] * [42] * [43] * [44] * [45] * Bank of Montreal () [46]
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* Ontario Teacher's Pension Fund () [47] * [48] [49] * [50] [51] * [52] * [53] * [54] * [55] * World Wide Fund for Nature () [56] * Boston Consulting Group () [57] * [58]
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Replying to @Walgreens @RBC and 8 others
* [59] * Royal Bank of Canada () [60] * Anheuser-Busch InBev () [61] * Mitsubishi () [62] * [63] * [64] * [65] * [66] * [67] * [68] * Ping An Insurance [69]
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* Thomson Reuters () [70] * [71] * Berkshire Hathaway [72] * [73] * [74] * [75] * [76]
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Adam Cochran Jan 15
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Then there are crypto startups and companies who are building on or integrating into the Ethereum blockchain and weren't funded by Consensys or the EF, or took late stage investment from them but were already previously functioning companies:
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Replying to @brave @lunomoney and 9 others
* * * * msg * ObEN Inc * Startbahn * * * * * * * * * blocknative * bzx * Carbon Fiber
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* Envision Ecommerce * * * * * * Hypernet Labs * * Transak * * * * Panache * * * Liven * * Scandid * *
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* * Deutsch Borse * * Saga * * SFOX * * University of Stuttgart * Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft () * * * * Sapien * Quillhash Technologies * Orbex * *
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* * * MZ3 * * SettleMint * * * * Prescient Innovations * * * * Authlayer * Versiart * Virtual Pay * * Gate Pay * Bitaccess * *
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Replying to @AdamScochran
Then there are companies that hired Consensys to build products that Consensys didn't fund: * CitiBank * RaboBank * Credit Agricole Group * ABN * AMRO * Koch Supply and Trading * Societe Generale * Komogo SA
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Adam Cochran Jan 15
Replying to @AdamScochran
Then there are some cool private Ethereum implementations, which aren't on the public network but are still building on Ethereum, and not funded by Consensys or the EF: * VMWare * Intel * Maersk * Royal Dutch Shell ( ) * AmEx ()
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Adam Cochran Jan 15
Aaaaand there are a ton of dApps that are not made by the EF or Consensys: * * * * * * * * CryptoDozer ()
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Replying to @veil @etherisc and 13 others
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So next time someone tells you or pay for all of Eth, you can passive aggressively link them to this thread.
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Adam Cochran Jan 15
Actually there are more. Lets do open source: Web3 Open Source Projects * Sovereign * Typechain * Alpha * Mashbook * IPFS Mini * Marketprotocol * Commons *
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Replying to @AdamScochran
Then there are startups and projects that recieved EF or Consensys grants that were <$75,000 and therefore not even enough for one full-time employee: * Ribbon * Nori * KickBack * Vyper * Gas Station Networks * Notus * Lighthouse * Ethers.js * ETH Dev Tools * Mailchain * Reach
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* Tribute * Unikeys * PISA * Tellor * Trueblocks * Zeropool * EthDoc * Kauri * Magic Money Tree * Etherlinker
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