Richard Ma
Steven Stewart
Linda Selker
Jackson Walker
Amir Marmar
Kacper Bąk
Sebastian Heit
Tristan Tomas
Sabrina Keum
Matt Holland
Mei McCullar
Micaela Neus
Olga V. Mack
Don Ho
Jared Harrill
Kei Oda
Emily Hinojos
Lee Azzarello
Julian Martinez
Jeff Scott Ward
David Partridge
Yohei Oka
Alex Murashkin
Jan Gorzny
Vajih Montaghami
Michael Teixeira
Leonardo Passos
Krishna Sriram
Prit Sheth
Ed Zulkoski

Our Team

Our team consists of some of the best and brightest in the blockchain world. Together, we tackle some of the biggest problems in the space. We’re engineers, creators and adventurers who strive to push the boundaries of what is possible. Each of us knows our domain inside and out, and together we share the common goal of making smart contracts more secure for more people.

Advisors
Evan Cheng

Evan Cheng

Engineering Advisor

Director of Engineering at Facebook, previously at Apple. Programming language system expert. Winner of ACM Software System Award for designing and implementing LLVM.

  • Facebook
  • Apple
  • ACM
David Park

David Park

Blockchain Advisor

Product Manager at Facebook. Led product team for multi-billion dollar ad business at Facebook. Member of Facebook Growth Team for 2 years. Previously VP of Growth at Nextdoor. CS at MIT. Harvard Law School. Crypto investor since 2013.

  • Facebook
  • Nextdoor
  • MIT
  • Harvard University
Dr. Vijay Ganesh

Dr. Vijay Ganesh

Security Advisor

Computer Engineering Professor at the University of Waterloo. Vijay has won numerous awards, including the ACM Test of Time Award at CCS 2016. Previously CS at Stanford/MIT.

  • University of Waterloo
  • ACM
  • MIT
Dr. Derek Rayside

Dr. Derek Rayside

Security Advisor

ECE Professor at the University of Waterloo. His primary research areas are lightweight formal methods, software verification and program analysis. Previously CS at MIT.

  • University of Waterloo
  • MIT
Evan Henshaw-Plath

Evan Henshaw-Plath

Technical Advisor

Evan has led successful product teams for over 20 years. In 2004, he became the first employee and lead engineer of Odeo, the company that made Twitter. Evan also led engineering teams at Palm, Yahoo!, and Digital Garage and taught collaborative product design as a research affiliate at MITs co-design studio.

  • Twitter
  • MIT
  • Yahoo