Nomadic Labs houses a team focused on Research and Development. Our core competencies are in programming language theory and practice, distributed systems, and formal verification. We believe our strength lies in a unique mix of skills and experience, allowing us to transfer the best of academic research into real world applications.

We currently focus on contributing to the development of the Tezos core software, including the smart-contract language, Michelson. We also have a mobile team working on the Cortez wallet (Android, iOS).

As a member of the Tezos community, we are fortunate to collaborate daily with academic institutions and many other contributors to the ecosystem. Some of our closest collaborators are researchers from the French research institute Inria, OCaml Labs in Cambridge (UK), Tarides and Ligo in Paris, Cryptium Labs in Switzerland, Obsidian Systems, Cryptonomic, TQ-Tezos, camlCase and Runtime Verification in the United States, DaiLambda in Japan and, last but not least, many individual developers.