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Golem is a decentralized supercomputer, creating a global market for computing power. Combined with flexible tools to aid developers in securely distributing and monetizing their software, the Company changes the way compute tasks are organized and executed. By powering decentralized microservices and asynchronous task execution, Golem is set to become a key building block for future Internet service providers and software development.
HQWarsaw, PL

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Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)29

Key People/Management at Golem

Julian Zawistowski

Julian Zawistowski

CEO, Founder
Piotr Janiuk

Piotr Janiuk

CTO, Co-Founder
Andrzej Regulski

Andrzej Regulski

COO, Co-Founder
Aleksandra Skrzypczak

Aleksandra Skrzypczak

Lead Software Engineer, Co-Founder
Grzegorz Nowakowski

Grzegorz Nowakowski

Project Manager
Paweł Bylica

Paweł Bylica

Ethereum Advisor
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Golem Office Locations

Golem has an office in Warsaw
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Golem Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Golem total Funding

$8.6 m

Golem latest funding size

$8.60 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago


Golem (GNT)
Golem's latest funding round in November 2016 was reported to be $8.6 m. In total, Golem has raised $8.6 m
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Golem Online and Social Media Presence

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Golem News and Updates

Crypto.com Lists Golem (GNT)

HONG KONG, Sept. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Crypto.com, the pioneering payments and cryptocurrency platform, announced today that it has listed Golem's GNT to its App. GNT joins a growing list of cryptocurrencies and stablecoins on the Crypto.com platform, such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH),...

Golem Execs Depart to Pursue ‘Riskier’ Research With New Non-Profit

Two executives from Golem Factory are leaving the startup to head up a new non-profit R&D effort.

AI is a threat to humanity, depending on how you define it

AI is a threat to humanity. It’s the great nightmare on the horizon. It’s the spectre that looms, promising to destroy humanity in a puff of thermonuclear smoke. It’s the Terminator. It’s the Borg. But is it? On stage at TNW 2018, philosopher Alix Rubsaam looked at the purported existential threat A…

Golem CEO: Ethereum is by far the most promising blockchain platform

Golem CEO Julian Zawistowski recently joined us for TNW Answers session where he was more than happy to share his views on the company’s choice of blockchain platform. “Ethereum is by far the most promising platform and we cannot see another one that’s remotely close to it,” Golem said to a question…

Golem creator Julian Zawistowski will answer all your questions about: 1) global decentralized supercomputers, 2) blockchain economy, and 3) more

What do you see as blockchain’s best use case? How does the Golem Project contribute to a more equal global economy? What do you see as the most exciting blockchain projects in development? What would you say to people who believe blockchain systems are untrustworthy? Ask all this and more to Golem’…
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Golem Blogs

Graphene v1.0 has been released!

The Graphene v1.0 release is the first stable release of the Graphene project. It is a snapshot of the latest stability improvements and OS features.

Brass Golem Beta 0.20.2

Here we are with a new incremental update to our latest Golem release. While it’s still backwards-compatible with the 0.20.x line, it’s a significant improvement over the previous version.

Team Updates: CGI (Computer Generated Imagery)

Let’s dig into the activities of the CGI team, that along with the Brass team, are responsible for Golem’s first use case - Blender rendering, and researching various verticals as verification and new CGI software integrations.

Community Update: headed to Berlin and Japan!

The year’s not even close to ending and Golem has plenty in stock - so here we are, touching base to let you know we have resumed our events activities and other cool news.

Q&A With Piotr Janiuk: Part II - Intel SGX, GNT and more

This second part comes right on time as we prepare for the release of Graphene, the LibraryOS we have been building in a working group with Intel, ITL, Chia-Che Tsai and Don Porter.

Contributor Spotlight - Mona Vij (Intel Labs)

We have already introduced Chia-Che Tsai, who told us how important was Mona’s role in kickstarting a more formalized workflow that paved the way for the growth of Graphene. From Chia-Che’s thesis to a full-blown project, Graphene has certainly defied expectations.
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Golem Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Golem founded?

    Golem was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Golem key executives?

    Golem's key executives are Julian Zawistowski, Piotr Janiuk and Andrzej Regulski.

  • How many employees does Golem have?

    Golem has 29 employees.

  • Who are Golem competitors?

    Competitors of Golem include Tether, Byteball and Lake Finance.

  • Where are Golem offices?

    Golem has an office in Warsaw.

  • How many offices does Golem have?

    Golem has 1 office.