Recode hires tech executive who helped build #DREAMER economy

Recode is hiring a technology executive to work on its #DRAIDER and #Crowdfunding projects.

The hiring, which is part of a broader push to diversify its workforce, will begin later this month.

The company, which announced its first public funding in May, has been hiring for the last six months, according to a company news release.

The executive will work on both DRAIDer and Crowdfunding projects, the release said.

DRAIDS, the decentralized autonomous system that powers DRAIDS Capital, aims to make it easy for anyone to create, test, and deploy decentralized autonomous systems.

It’s a goal that’s been gaining traction across the tech industry, and is backed by startups such as Uber, Airbnb, and AirbnbHired in September, DRAIDs has raised more than $25 million in venture capital and raised $3.4 million from companies such as Airbnb and Uber.

Its CEO, Tyler Dehn, said in a blog post that he hopes to use the company’s technology to democratize the world’s logistics and create a better business model.

“Our mission is to create an industry-leading platform for creating decentralized autonomous vehicles, an economy where people are rewarded for using the technology, and a system where everyone is rewarded for having access to a safe, secure, and affordable transportation system,” he wrote.

For now, DSA’s work with Uber is focused on DRAids’ token sale, but Dehn said he hopes that the company can work with other companies to bring the same technology to other industries.DRAIDs also has been building its own infrastructure, such as the decentralized data-sharing system called “DRAISETO,” that aims to build a network of autonomous cars.

In the past year, it has developed a self-driving car that can autonomously navigate roads without human drivers.