Member Since 2021
I’m the co-founder and CEO at AIKON and a core contributor to the ORE Blockchain. AIKON makes it easier for companies to launch products on public blockchains and ORE is best known for their identity service called ORE ID that connects non-technical people to blockchain apps using Web 2.0 identities and ORE Vault which helps teams manage token treasuries. I ran my first company at 28 years old, a social network called Mobileplay (which he sold to Good Technology) and became Creative Director at Context Optional which sold to Efficient Frontier for $50M. At Efficient Frontier, I set up the social business in EMEA before the company was acquired by Adobe for $400M. And after that I founded Emmerge, which unfortunately was my first failed startup! (They say you learn more from failures than successes and I totally agree!) Since then, I spent the last four years working on Blockchain technology with AIKON and ORE.
The crypto industry needs to pick itself up and refocus on the path that serves decentralized businesses and consumers in the real world.
Those of us who have spent the last few years building and investing in this industry have seen major failures like this before. But these are problems consumers simply shouldn’t have to face because it's not how blockchain was designed.
Blockchains and DeFi technology have the power to transform lives, but there's still a long journey ahead for the industry.
Negativity on the job leads to critical issues for leadership and their staff members.
If you want to grow a successful business and be sure that your clients are satisfied, it's important to track their digital footprint and exposure to your brand—every step of the way. By doing so, you'll be able to quickly address any questions, concerns, or deal-breakers that may come up immediately. This will help in reassuring them that they've made the right decision engaging with your company's products and services.
AIKON makes blockchain technology simple. We build cross-chain identity and wallet solutions — so businesses don’t have to.