Quantstamp is building a new standard for blockchain security
Quantstamp is a Y Combinator backed security company with a mission to secure and drive the mainstream adoption of Smart Contracts.
We are building a protocol that aims to help blockchain developers and projects around the world use its technology to perform cost-effective security audits on their contracts. Quantstamp’s team boasts decades of combined experience in software security, formal verification, and static analysis, with over 500 Google scholar citations.
To date, Quantstamp has secured hundreds of millions of dollars of transaction value in smart contracts issued by leading blockchain projects around the world with our white glove security auditing services.
As a proponent of the blockchain ecosystem, Quantstamp works with core infrastructure projects, community initiatives such as the Ethereum Community Fund, and funds blockchain research at leading universities such as the National University of Singapore and MIT.
Quantstamp has three major teams:
The Protocol Team comprises software engineers (including PhDs), research engineers, and blockchain researchers. This is the core of the company, and they are actively working on the protocol we described in the whitepaper.
The Web Team builds web products, including a demo version of the automated auditor. This product was our first attempt at creating a user interface for customers to easily run audits. This team is not building the protocol.
The Auditing Team consists of security and engineering experts (including PhDs). They perform manual audits for several reasons: to train our engineers about smart contract security, and to bring in revenue, which supports the Protocol and Web team.
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Richard Ma is a former software engineer at Tower Research where he developed software that handled millions of dollars using extreme testing methods. He was inspired to found Quantstamp after investing in the DAO and experiencing the aftermath firsthand. Richard aims to secure the future of blockchain technology through the Quantstamp protocol.
Steven Stewart is Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Quantstamp. Previously, he has worked as a Software Engineer and Computer Systems Analyst at the Canadian Department of National Defense. He also co-founded GPU computing startup Many Trees Inc., and has worked as a Software Developer at Magnetic Forensics.
Linda Selker was formerly VP/Associate General Counsel at Visa and Senior IP counsel at HP. At Visa, Linda played a key role in improving the security around mobile wallets. She has a JD from Georgetown University’s School of Law, a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell, and a bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering & CS from UC Berkeley.
Olga V. Mack is Vice President of Strategy at Quantstamp. Most recently, she served as General Counsel at ClearSlide, and she has held various roles at Visa, Zoosk, Pacific Art League, Wilson Sonsini, and Yahoo. She earned both her J.D. and B.A. from UC Berkeley.
Don is an investor and entrepreneur with global perspectives and cross-functional experiences supporting investments, product and growth. Don previously worked at IDG Ventures and PNP Ventures where he helped launch Nexla, Ayasdi, and the Los Angeles Football Club.
Krishna is an early blockchain investor with extensive experience in building the Ethereum community in Vancouver, Canada. Krishna is an expert at community outreach and forming global partnerships. He is a University of British Columbia graduate.