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August 15, 2018

Evan Chang,the Facebook Director of engineering switches to the same position at the company’s Blockchain team

Evan Cheng, Facebook’s Director of Engineering for three years, has now moved to a similar position at the organization’s as of late settled blockchain group, TechCrunch announced Friday, July 6.
The product design has refreshed his LinkedIn profile to mirror the recently procured position, and the change has likewise been affirmed to TechCrunch by Facebook.
Before this, Cheng was heading Programming Languages and Runtimes at Facebook for around three years. Before joining the internet based life organization, Cheng was taking a shot at back end building for the tech goliath Apple for just about ten years.
Aside from taking a new position, Cheng is allegedly counseling a scope of blockchain-related tasks, including Singaporean blockchain stage Zilliqa and security-centered middleware supplier ChainLink.
Facebook hit the features this January when the organization declared that it will boycott beginning coin offering (ICO) and digital currency-related promotions on its stage. It has in this way mellowed down its boycott to some degree, re-permitting digital money ventures to run notices.
The organization’s head of informing application David Marcus reported in May that Facebook has set up a group to investigate the advantages of blockchain applications over the stage.
A week ago, the Taiwanese auxiliary of multinational tech firm Microsoft reported it started dealing with a stage for big business blockchain advancement. In mid-June, Microsoft likewise uncovered that it began building up a blockchain-based following stage in association with Agents, a supplier of item serialization and traceability arrangements

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