Author: Wang Yanhua
Since Amber Baldet left JP Morgan last month, high anticipation has been surrounding her future plans.
She announced her new startup Clovyr at the Consensus blockchain conference in New York today.
“This really is an amazing community and we’re excited to do our part to help it grow,” said Baldet at Consensus.
Clovyr is a decentralized application store that will host a selection of vetted applications alongside some in-house developer tooling designed to simplify application development for enterprises.
She said, “It’s a way to help people think differently about decentralized application design.”
An unique aspect of Clovyr is that for the first time, a unified way to create, deploy, manage, and extend applications, whether they are destined for the public Ethereum network or a private consortium ledger, is created.
Baldet co-founded Clovyr with Patrick Nielsen, who led development for J.P. Morgan’s open source blockchain projects.
Baldet, who was listed on Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list of the most influential young people in business and CoinDesk’s 10 Most Influential in Blockchain, used to lead JPMorgan’s Blockchain Center of Excellence. She has been replaced by Christine Moy, another senior product manager at the bank.