Stephen Curran is a 25+ year veteran in Software Solution Development and DevOps who dove into the Hyperledger Indy world in summer 2017 and has been having a blast ever since. Working with the British Columbia (BC) Government, Stephen has helped define, build and launch OrgBook BC and OrgBook Ontario, the largest production instances of Hyperledger Indy and Verifiable Credentials in the world.
Stephen is a regular presenter in the Hyperledger Indy community, helping to facilitate discussions and drive to deliverables. Stephen has presented workshops on blockchain and the Hyperledger Indy project at multiple events, including the Hyperledger Global Forum in Basel, Switzerland and Cybersecurity Day at the University of Oregon. Stephen is a member of the Sovrin Foundation Technical Governance Board.