Teen tech old to hire 20 for a strip to run privacy

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    Independent.t. E.
    Teen Dublin entrepreneur Shane Curran on 20 new staff in the capital for the stripe to run Muon data privacy.
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Teen Dublin entrepreneur Shane Curran on 20 new staff in the capital for the stripe to run Muon data privacy.

Former BT young scientist of the year and Forbes 30 under 30 listee secured enough points in his leaving cert this week to study business and law in ucd.

He is also currently raising seed investment round is likely to be several million euros to the company, of course.

Muon software platform to help companies to manage how they process information reliably, at least one known giant.

Inspired by billionaire Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison from payments tech firm stripe, which is estimated at $9.2 billion, the Muon also applies the concept that Curran invented called QCrypt by which data is broken into segments, which can then be distributed across the storage nodes in different legal systems.

“Based on this concept, companies can process data without seeing it, keeping it or keeps it,” said 18-year-old Karan.

“We allow people to give companies a temporary access to your personal data, so that a client such as a technology firm can handle it in a secure enclave.

“Currently, there are five of us, all working remotely. We plan to hire at least 20 people in Dublin and will seek to increase our R&D which will take place here and get corporate customers on Board. We have significant planned income and aiming for exponential growth.

“Although I was in charge of a group of 20 or 30 works, this is my first time to hire so many people.

“I spend more time in San Francisco these days, and met Patrick Collison there earlier this year. We will also have the office where the focus will be on business development,” said Curran.

“We are also working to solve identity, which is an alternative way of login using Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn profile to log in to a website or online institution. It will include information such as Your room, utility bills or Bank details using a solution that is built on top of our platform of confidentiality”, he added.

He previously founded Libramatic, the launch of the technology for libraries to manage their book collections when he was only 12.

He hasn’t decided whether he will take his place in ucd.

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