Axelar is a decentralized interoperability fabric that bridges multiple blockchain platforms. Powered by Byzantine consensus, cryptography, and mechanism design protocols, Axelar allows applications that live on different blockchains to communicate with each other.
Towards this, we’re building a distributed network, APIs and tools to make it easy to build cross-chain decentralized applications. We’re growing our technical team and looking for engineers who’re interested in building the new financial stack from the ground up.
Our team consists of experienced blockchain builders with expertise in cryptography and distributed systems. Axelar was founded by Sergey Gorbunov (Assis. Prof @uWaterloo, Ph.D. MIT) and Georgios Vlachos (M.Eng., MIT; Int. Math Olympiad Gold Medalist). Previously, they worked together on the founding team at Algorand.