Why Uber’s First Developer is Investing in ICO RegTech

Conrad Whelan joined UberCab as a member of the founding team in April 2010. As the company’s first full-time engineer, he helped to build the very first version of the app and was a key team member through the initial launch of the product to the development of many key pieces of its early technology. Uber’s user base grew like wildfire, but with that kind of growth – some people got burned. Primarily this was because the company was disrupting a highly-regulated industry: transportation. Uber’s promise of a personal driver at the touch of a button turned the industry on…

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