Ockam is a serverless platform that aims to make it easier for IoT developers to add blockchain-based identity, trust, and interoperability in their IoT devices.
Ockam gives you the tools you need to establish an architecture for trust within your connected device applications.
Ockam was founded in 2017 by Matthew Gregory and Mrinal Wadhwa. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Ockam is building the infrastructure and the open source tools that will enable any developer, of any skill level, to build these ecosystems to be secure, trustworthy, and interoperable.
Ockam’s products enable developers to establish an architecture for trust within their applications. The Ockam SDK makes it simple to interconnect secure hardware with software services to facilitate trustful exchange of information within connected systems.
Ockam is backed by Core Ventures, Okta Ventures, SGH Capital, and Future Ventures. The company has raised a total of $4.9M in Seed funding to date.