Blockchains can be held back by how much information they are asked to process. Unlike traditional programming, the complexity of blockchain-integrated development limits how much computer power a Dapp can use. Loom is built for scalability, making it so only the necessary transactions are stored on the blockchain. Loom weaves together many different blockchains and developer communities, focused on making blockchains available as a tool for all who want to use them. To get more people interested in and using blockchains, Loom runs a popular educational coding game called CryptoZombies, which has taught almost half a million people to create Dapps for Ethereum-related products. If Loom’s goal is the mass adoption of Crypto, it only makes sense for the Loom community to help train the next generation of developers to be familiar with the tools of the trade.