I am a software engineer and entrepreneur living in Germany. I studied Theoretical Physics at the University of Heidelberg and worked three years during my studies at SAP. At the end of my studies in 2015, I've got interested in peer-to-peer economy and founded a company focusing on that. I have been involved in every aspect of startup building, ranging from idea validation, team building, technology, marketing or sales. I spent recent years building sharing-economy platforms for startups around the world and worked with global companies such as SAP, Zurich Insurance, Techcrunch, IBM, Daimler as independent contractor. My approach to rapid prototyping and MVP development has been recognised worldwide and brought me multiple awards from Hackathons.
At the beginning of 2017, I stumbled upon the Blockchain technology and had a deep-dive into it. I openly support Bitcoin Cash as I believe it has the best chance to become permissionless and censorship-resistant money for everyone in the world.
From time to time, I speak in public about my experiences in the startup scene and share my thoughts about disruptive technologies. Some of my talks were about entrepreneurship, blockchain, software & technology as well as censorship.
I am currently based in Europe, spending most of the time in Germany.
You can keep up to date with me on Twitter: @adrianbarwicki.