SOURCE: Bionym


November 25, 2013 09:00 ET

Bionym Launches Its Nymi Developer Community

Bionym Ushers in Its Next Stage by Releasing the Nymi's SDK Documentation and Creating an Online Space for Its 6,000 Identified Developers

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - Nov 25, 2013) - Bionym takes the first step in building its developer ecosystem today. With over 6,000 identified developers eagerly awaiting the launch of the Nymi's developer program, Bionym releases its SDK documentation and online forums. Bionym is unveiling the first public version of the SDK documentation that will allow for community feedback. These insights will augment the development kit to the benefit of the community, increasing engagement in the technology and its applications.

Bionym is launching its online space to provide its current community with a forum, and the resources it needs to build for the Nymi. Forum registration along with community engagement and participation will all be qualifiers to receive early access to Nymi developer units. Bionym is looking for its developers with great ideas in healthcare, fitness, security, automotive and more to register with the community.

When asked about the community, Nikita Tarakanov, the Developer Community Manager at Bionym, said, "We've had a lot of interest in the device, and now we are keen to find out what excites developers the most. Everyone at the office is thrilled to see the insights, feedback and perspectives that only a diverse community like ours can provide. This is a place where we all get to explore our big ideas and make them a reality. Together we'll be able to make a larger impact and have fun while doing it. I look forward to seeing you all on the forum."

Within the coming months, Bionym will be hosting both hackathons and developer meet-ups to establish a personal connection with its developers.

Developers can head over to to register and to participate in the Forum.

About Bionym
In September 2013, Bionym launched its inaugural product, the Nymi. The Nymi is a wearable device that authenticates users through their unique cardiac rhythm, and communicates identity wirelessly for seamless interaction with technology. More information is available at

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