This is a great post showing that having an API is an essential action that a startup and IT-related brand must take in order to generate a good relationship with their audience, and to build on their connection to brand collateral distribution channels.
It’s been a very busy few months since the Enigma team took home the Disrupt Cup back in New York, and co-founder Hicham Oudghiri took the stage here in San Francisco today to deliver an update on the company’s trajectory… and unveil a new program for developers looking to turn raw public data into something seriously valuable.
Despite how much it’s grown these past few months, Enigma hasn’t forgotten about the civic-minded hackers striving to create something compelling with access to public data. To that end, Oudghiri pulled back the curtain on a new developer program that will see the company offer full access to the Enigma APIs in a bid to give back to the transparent data community. For better or worse, though, it’s not going to be a free-for-all — interested developers can apply for access through October 15, at which point the Enigma team will pick…
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