The startup's founders initially saw their idea as a consumer-facing app. After learning rental shops liked the platform and wanted to use it to manage their rentals, the Barones pressed the pause button in late 2017 to pivot to a new B2B model.
Tech innovation is prompting massive change — a transformation so significant it’s referred to as a fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. From facial recognition software to voice-activated virtual assistants and self-driving delivery trucks, the line between human and machine work continues to blur.
This year’s free event kicks off Friday, Feb. 14 (and carries through Sunday, Feb 16) and is expected to bring together around 3,000 developers, technologists, makers, crypto-economists, coders and designers for a hackathon weekend, to cement Colorado as a thriving hub of blockchain innovation.