ChainArtSoft is a team of expert blockchain developers from Minsk, Belarus.
We have a track record in development of dApps on top of EOS, Tron, Ethereum, Steem and other popular blockchains. We have also delivered a variety of smart contracts using Solidity and C++.
Our team has both worked on its own dApps, that have gained wide popularity among fans of blockchain technology, and has outsourced its skills and experience to top level blockchain projects.
We help founders of blockchain projects:
1. Reduce software development costs by hiring remote developers with deep blockchain expertise.
2. Build complex technical solutions and deliver it to the market.
3. Find qualified IT experts and solve resource problems without hiring developers in-house.
For this purpose we:
1. Review and analyze your project description.
2. Offer the plan of product development and the сomponents of minimum viable product (MVP).
3. Estimate development costs and delivery time.
4. Allocate blockchain experts to the project.
5. Manage project development and deliver the product.
6. Provide ongoing improvements, technical support and product maintenance.
We delight in the success of our clients and are proud of the results we have delivered. Loyalty of our customers is what motivates us to do better and to go beyond customers' expectations.
Our key clients: Cyber.Fund, P2P.org, Golos.io, TronRadar.com, BadgerMaps.com, litigati.com and many others.
- Blockchain Technology
- Mobile App Development
- Software Development
- Small Business(< $10M)
- Medium Business($10M - $1B)
Did not fulfill contract
ChainArtSoft has a single contract signed with Swapp Technologies, Inc (Dmitriy Azarenko is CPO) for delivering the event management platform with a specific set of features. There were no other contracts signed between ChainArtSoft and Swapp Technologies. Based on the terms of the contract we expected to receive the full payment for the development of the project upfront before starting the work, which was crucial for us and for this specific project to organize smooth development processes and full delivery.
However, the client decided to split the payment into several parts, sent us some parts, then proposed to replace the rest with convertible notes, and as for today haven't yet sent us a significant part of the payment. It was made clear to the client that those kinds of changes in the payment schedule might influence the development processes and the delivery time. The client was OK with this, so we started the work.
At this moment the project includes almost all of the features requested in a working state, and we would still be happy to continue working with the client to finish the development part after the client fulfills their payment obligations. Additionally, we will improve our agreements to underline the importance for the client to follow the payment schedule agreed upon to receive the best service possible.
We wish Dmitriy good luck with his projects and successful fundraising efforts.
What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
Their deep knowledge of software development and architecture, as well as the ability to research and use existing software development tools was impressive. Not only did the team listen actively and take all of our requirements into account, but they were also willing to offer their own solutions to improve specific areas.
What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?
No, not at the moment. Everything seems to be working fine.