A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
We are building a next generation decentralized IoT platform where Data Owners can capture the full value of their data. 
Through a globally distributed peer-to-peer network, blockchain, incentive platform and massive parallelism, AnyLog provides a cost-effective solution to collect, store and query IoT data.
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Read an interview with AnyLog’s CEO
Read Interview
Read a press release selecting AnyLog as Best in IoT by BlockAwards
Read Press Release
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Out of the Box Platform
AnyLog encrypts and distributes the IoT data across a decentralized network. Data Owners control the private encryption keys and maintain ownership over their data. No third-party can access or control the data.
Completely Private
AnyLog provides a decentralized marketplace for data. Data Owners control their data and the access to their data. When Data Owners provide access to their data, they receive financial reward every time their data participates in a query result. This reward accomplishes two important goals:

It motivates Data Owners to contribute their data to the platform
It motivates Data Owners to make their data available to third parties
Marketplace for Data
Data Owners chose a trusted service provider or decide to distribute and store copies of the data on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring uptime.
Highly Available
AnyLog creates a decentralized marketplace in which Service Providers of CPU and Storage compete to service the data. This approach leads to the lowest possible prices. Service Providers monetize their compute resources and are rewarded with AnyLog tokens.
Marketplace for Services
Users  pay for storage and processing of data for as long as they use the data.
Pay as You Use
The AnyLog Software is Open Source
Read Documentation
Will be available soon...
Open Source
Our technology connects IoT Data Owners with Service Provides worldwide allowing Data Owners to manage their data in real time without the need to build and maintain expensive databases and software platforms. Today, to extract value from the IoT data, companies need to build and manage complex databases. For large data sets, these are long, tedious and expensive projects. AnyLog offers a platform that automates the treatment of the data where Data Owners only need to send their data to the network and the network offers a SQL interface to query the data. This approach results in immediate cost savings and fast go to market. As the network offers a unified, SQL based interface to IoT data, data can be offered to third parties to use. A data owner has complete control over the data but may grant access to third parties in exchange for token rewards.
AnyLog is reinventing how IoT data is managed
As the storage and processing is done using the AnyLog software, a Service Provider does not need to invest in software infrastructure. Any data warehouse or companies with idle resources are highly motivated to participate in the network. This approach creates a marketplace for services with Service Providers competing to service the data, making the network a marketplace for storage and CPU. Bidding to service the data is free, allowing data warehouses to monetize their resources without marketing costs.
For Service Providers, AnyLog offers an opportunity to service the IoT data
The AnyLog network creates two marketplaces. The first is a marketplace for services where Service Providers compete to service the data and the second is a data marketplace where Data Owners monetize their data.

The network operates these marketplaces without an intermediary while incentivizing every type of company to participate:

For Data Owners, AnyLog provides SQL access to huge amounts of IoT data, in real time. Users only pay for storage and CPU used, and these are determined in a bidding process and therefore are very low. AnyLog secures storage and query transactions with smart contracts, creating a more reliable and affordable offering when compared to traditional cloud providers.

For Service Providers, AnyLog provides the place to service huge amounts of data, without software infrastructure investments and without marketing costs.

AnyLog is creating an ecosystem that treats the IoT data in an efficient and cost-effective way and breaks rigid data silos by utilizing a unified and standard interface (SQL) to the IoT data.

We believe AnyLog’s distributed, decentralized storage and query technology is stronger, more secure, more efficient, and more equitable for the entire ecosystem.
Our goal is for AnyLog to become the backbone of IoT
Moshe has been a CEO and CTO of several data management companies including previously founding ScaleDB and other database related companies.
Moshe Shadmon
Founder, CEO
Daniel is a University of Maryland researcher focusing on distributed and scalable database systems architecture. Known for the C-Store prototype (commercialized by Vertica) and HadoopDB research on fault tolerant scalable analytical database systems (commercialized by Hadapt and acquired by Teradata).
Prof. Daniel Abadi
Data Architect
Mahnush is a postdoc blockchain researcher at Yale and interested in scalable and fault-tolerant distributed algorithms for multi-party computation, secret sharing, and interactive communication over noisy channels.
Mahnush Movahedi (PhD)
Blockchain Architect
Anoop specializes in product management, strategy, business and ecosystem development for Internet of Things (IoT). He plays an active role in product launches and technological direction, and is deeply engaged in advancing the IoT ecosystem. He has held leadership and executive roles at small and large companies such as SmartThings, Samsung, Comcast and Cisco. He was also a member of the board of directors for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and helped steer best in class IoT standards.
Anoop Mohan
Product
Yonatan is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and founding scientist of Daglabs.
Yonatan Sompolinsky
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
Levy is an avid entrepreneur with extensive experience in business and technology. A founder of successful public and private companies.
Levy Cohen
Co - Founder
Owen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Cruz and received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research focuses on language-based approaches to decentralized security and distributed systems and has appeared in top security and database venues, including Oakland, CCS, CSF, VLDB, and CIDR.
Owen Arden (PhD)
Security Architect
Matthew is the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and a senior fellow of CIFAR. Matthew's research interests include game theory, microeconomic theory, and the study of social and economic networks, on which he has published many articles and the book "Social and Economic Networks".
Prof. Matthew Jackson
Token and Marketplace Architect
Faisal is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UC Santa Cruz. His research lies at the intersection of data management and distributed systems to support emerging applications in the domains of autonomous, mobile applications and the Internet of Things.
Faisal Nawab (PhD)
IoT Architect
Steve specializes in business development, strategic marketing, channel strategy and go-to-market planning with a background in startup and fortune 100 companies.
Steve Fischer
Business
Kapil is a senior product manager at Amazon Web Services with focus on real-time machine learning on high-volume and high-velocity data. He is also responsible for the streaming data ingestion business at AWS.
Kapil Chhabra
IoT Data
Project Team
Project Advisers
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
We are building a next generation decentralized IoT platform where Data Owners can capture the full value of their data. 
Through a globally distributed peer-to-peer network, blockchain, incentive platform and massive parallelism, AnyLog provides a cost-effective solution to collect, store and query IoT data.
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Read an interview with AnyLog’s CEO
Read Interview
Read a press release selecting AnyLog as Best in IoT by BlockAwards
Read Press Release
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Out of the Box Platform
AnyLog encrypts and distributes the IoT data across a decentralized network. Data Owners control the private encryption keys and maintain ownership over their data. No third-party can access or control the data.
Completely Private
AnyLog provides a decentralized marketplace for data. Data Owners control their data and the access to their data. When Data Owners provide access to their data, they receive financial reward every time their data participates in a query result. This reward accomplishes two important goals:

It motivates Data Owners to contribute their data to the platform
It motivates Data Owners to make their data available to third parties
Marketplace for Data
Data Owners chose a trusted service provider or decide to distribute and store copies of the data on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring uptime.
Highly Available
AnyLog creates a decentralized marketplace in which Service Providers of CPU and Storage compete to service the data. This approach leads to the lowest possible prices. Service Providers monetize their compute resources and are rewarded with AnyLog tokens.
Marketplace for Services
Users  pay for storage and processing of data for as long as they use the data.
Pay as You Use
The AnyLog Software is Open Source
Read Documentation
Will be available soon...
Open Source
Our technology connects IoT Data Owners with Service Provides worldwide allowing Data Owners to manage their data in real time without the need to build and maintain expensive databases and software platforms. Today, to extract value from the IoT data, companies need to build and manage complex databases. For large data sets, these are long, tedious and expensive projects. AnyLog offers a platform that automates the treatment of the data where Data Owners only need to send their data to the network and the network offers a SQL interface to query the data. This approach results in immediate cost savings and fast go to market. As the network offers a unified, SQL based interface to IoT data, data can be offered to third parties to use. A data owner has complete control over the data but may grant access to third parties in exchange for token rewards.
AnyLog is reinventing how IoT data is managed
As the storage and processing is done using the AnyLog software, a Service Provider does not need to invest in software infrastructure. Any data warehouse or companies with idle resources are highly motivated to participate in the network. This approach creates a marketplace for services with Service Providers competing to service the data, making the network a marketplace for storage and CPU. Bidding to service the data is free, allowing data warehouses to monetize their resources without marketing costs.
For Service Providers, AnyLog offers an opportunity to service the IoT data
The AnyLog network creates two marketplaces. The first is a marketplace for services where Service Providers compete to service the data and the second is a data marketplace where Data Owners monetize their data.

The network operates these marketplaces without an intermediary while incentivizing every type of company to participate:

For Data Owners, AnyLog provides SQL access to huge amounts of IoT data, in real time. Users only pay for storage and CPU used, and these are determined in a bidding process and therefore are very low. AnyLog secures storage and query transactions with smart contracts, creating a more reliable and affordable offering when compared to traditional cloud providers.

For Service Providers, AnyLog provides the place to service huge amounts of data, without software infrastructure investments and without marketing costs.

AnyLog is creating an ecosystem that treats the IoT data in an efficient and cost-effective way and breaks rigid data silos by utilizing a unified and standard interface (SQL) to the IoT data.

We believe AnyLog’s distributed, decentralized storage and query technology is stronger, more secure, more efficient, and more equitable for the entire ecosystem.
Our goal is for AnyLog to become the backbone of IoT
Moshe has been a CEO and CTO of several data management companies including previously founding ScaleDB and other database related companies.
Moshe Shadmon
Founder, CEO
Daniel is a University of Maryland researcher focusing on distributed and scalable database systems architecture. Known for the C-Store prototype (commercialized by Vertica) and HadoopDB research on fault tolerant scalable analytical database systems (commercialized by Hadapt and acquired by Teradata).
Prof. Daniel Abadi
Data Architect
Mahnush is a postdoc blockchain researcher at Yale and interested in scalable and fault-tolerant distributed algorithms for multi-party computation, secret sharing, and interactive communication over noisy channels.
Mahnush Movahedi (PhD)
Blockchain Architect
Faisal is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UC Santa Cruz. His research lies at the intersection of data management and distributed systems to support emerging applications in the domains of autonomous, mobile applications and the Internet of Things.
Faisal Nawab (PhD)
IoT Architect
Anoop specializes in product management, strategy, business and ecosystem development for Internet of Things (IoT). He plays an active role in product launches and technological direction, and is deeply engaged in advancing the IoT ecosystem. He has held leadership and executive roles at small and large companies such as SmartThings, Samsung, Comcast and Cisco. He was also a member of the board of directors for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and helped steer best in class IoT standards.
Anoop Mohan
Product
Yonatan is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and founding scientist of Daglabs.
Yonatan Sompolinsky
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
Levy is an avid entrepreneur with extensive experience in business and technology. A founder of successful public and private companies.
Levy Cohen
Co - Founder
Owen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Cruz and received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research focuses on language-based approaches to decentralized security and distributed systems and has appeared in top security and database venues, including Oakland, CCS, CSF, VLDB, and CIDR.
Owen Arden (PhD)
Security Architect
Matthew is the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and a senior fellow of CIFAR. Matthew's research interests include game theory, microeconomic theory, and the study of social and economic networks, on which he has published many articles and the book "Social and Economic Networks".
Prof. Matthew Jackson
Token and Marketplace Architect
Steve specializes in business development, strategic marketing, channel strategy and go-to-market planning with a background in startup and fortune 100 companies.
Steve Fischer
Business
Kapil is a senior product manager at Amazon Web Services with focus on real-time machine learning on high-volume and high-velocity data. He is also responsible for the streaming data ingestion business at AWS.
Kapil Chhabra
IoT Data
Project Team
Project Advisers
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
Read an interview with AnyLog’s CEO
Read Interview
Read a press release selecting AnyLog as Best in IoT by BlockAwards
Read Press Release
We are building a next generation decentralized IoT platform where Data Owners can capture the full value of their data. 
Through a globally distributed peer-to-peer network, blockchain, incentive platform and massive parallelism, AnyLog provides a cost-effective solution to collect, store and query IoT data.
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Out of the Box Platform
AnyLog encrypts and distributes the IoT data across a decentralized network. Data Owners control the private encryption keys and maintain ownership over their data. No third-party can access or control the data.
Completely Private
AnyLog provides a decentralized marketplace for data. Data Owners control their data and the access to their data. When Data Owners provide access to their data, they receive financial reward every time their data participates in a query result. This reward accomplishes two important goals:

It motivates Data Owners to contribute their data to the platform
It motivates Data Owners to make their data available to third parties
Marketplace for Data
Data Owners chose a trusted service provider or decide to distribute and store copies of the data on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring uptime.
Highly Available
AnyLog creates a decentralized marketplace in which Service Providers of CPU and Storage compete to service the data. This approach leads to the lowest possible prices. Service Providers monetize their compute resources and are rewarded with AnyLog tokens.
Marketplace for Services
Users  pay for storage and processing of data for as long as they use the data.
Pay as You Use
The AnyLog Software is Open Source
Read Documentation
Will be available soon...
Open Source
Our technology connects IoT Data Owners with Service Provides worldwide allowing Data Owners to manage their data in real time without the need to build and maintain expensive databases and software platforms. Today, to extract value from the IoT data, companies need to build and manage complex databases. For large data sets, these are long, tedious and expensive projects. AnyLog offers a platform that automates the treatment of the data where Data Owners only need to send their data to the network and the network offers a SQL interface to query the data. This approach results in immediate cost savings and fast go to market. As the network offers a unified, SQL based interface to IoT data, data can be offered to third parties to use. A data owner has complete control over the data but may grant access to third parties in exchange for token rewards.
AnyLog is reinventing how IoT data is managed
As the storage and processing is done using the AnyLog software, a Service Provider does not need to invest in software infrastructure. Any data warehouse or companies with idle resources are highly motivated to participate in the network. This approach creates a marketplace for services with Service Providers competing to service the data, making the network a marketplace for storage and CPU. Bidding to service the data is free, allowing data warehouses to monetize their resources without marketing costs.
For Service Providers, AnyLog offers an opportunity to service the IoT data
The AnyLog network creates two marketplaces. The first is a marketplace for services where Service Providers compete to service the data and the second is a data marketplace where Data Owners monetize their data.

The network operates these marketplaces without an intermediary while incentivizing every type of company to participate:

For Data Owners, AnyLog provides SQL access to huge amounts of IoT data, in real time. Users only pay for storage and CPU used, and these are determined in a bidding process and therefore are very low. AnyLog secures storage and query transactions with smart contracts, creating a more reliable and affordable offering when compared to traditional cloud providers.

For Service Providers, AnyLog provides the place to service huge amounts of data, without software infrastructure investments and without marketing costs.

AnyLog is creating an ecosystem that treats the IoT data in an efficient and cost-effective way and breaks rigid data silos by utilizing a unified and standard interface (SQL) to the IoT data.

We believe AnyLog’s distributed, decentralized storage and query technology is stronger, more secure, more efficient, and more equitable for the entire ecosystem.
Our goal is for AnyLog to become the backbone of IoT
Moshe has been a CEO and CTO of several data management companies including previously founding ScaleDB and other database related companies.
Moshe Shadmon
Founder, CEO
Daniel is a University of Maryland researcher focusing on distributed and scalable database systems architecture. Known for the C-Store prototype (commercialized by Vertica) and HadoopDB research on fault tolerant scalable analytical database systems (commercialized by Hadapt and acquired by Teradata).
Prof. Daniel Abadi
Data Architect
Mahnush is a postdoc blockchain researcher at Yale and interested in scalable and fault-tolerant distributed algorithms for multi-party computation, secret sharing, and interactive communication over noisy channels.
Mahnush Movahedi (PhD)
Blockchain Architect
Faisal is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UC Santa Cruz. His research lies at the intersection of data management and distributed systems to support emerging applications in the domains of autonomous, mobile applications and the Internet of Things.
Faisal Nawab (PhD)
IoT Architect
Anoop specializes in product management, strategy, business and ecosystem development for Internet of Things (IoT). He plays an active role in product launches and technological direction, and is deeply engaged in advancing the IoT ecosystem. He has held leadership and executive roles at small and large companies such as SmartThings, Samsung, Comcast and Cisco. He was also a member of the board of directors for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and helped steer best in class IoT standards.
Anoop Mohan
Product
Yonatan is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and founding scientist of Daglabs.
Yonatan Sompolinsky
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
Levy is an avid entrepreneur with extensive experience in business and technology. A founder of successful public and private companies.
Levy Cohen
Co - Founder
Owen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Cruz and received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research focuses on language-based approaches to decentralized security and distributed systems and has appeared in top security and database venues, including Oakland, CCS, CSF, VLDB, and CIDR.
Owen Arden (PhD)
Security Architect
Matthew is the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and a senior fellow of CIFAR. Matthew's research interests include game theory, microeconomic theory, and the study of social and economic networks, on which he has published many articles and the book "Social and Economic Networks".
Prof. Matthew Jackson
Token and Marketplace Architect
Steve specializes in business development, strategic marketing, channel strategy and go-to-market planning with a background in startup and fortune 100 companies.
Steve Fischer
Business
Kapil is a senior product manager at Amazon Web Services with focus on real-time machine learning on high-volume and high-velocity data. He is also responsible for the streaming data ingestion business at AWS.
Kapil Chhabra
IoT Data
Project Team
Project Advisers
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
We are building a next generation decentralized IoT platform where Data Owners can capture the full value of their data. 
Through a globally distributed peer-to-peer network, blockchain, incentive platform and massive parallelism, AnyLog provides a cost-effective solution to collect, store and query IoT data.
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Read an interview with AnyLog’s CEO
Read Interview
Read a press release selecting AnyLog as Best in IoT by BlockAwards
Read Press Release
The AnyLog Software is Open Source
Read Documentation
Will be available soon...
Open Source
The AnyLog network provides a simple and repeatable process to manage IoT data, scales to address the largest data sets and offers an opportunity to share and monetize data in a secure and trusted way.
Out of the Box Platform
AnyLog encrypts and distributes the IoT data across a decentralized network. Data Owners control the private encryption keys and maintain ownership over their data. No third-party can access or control the data.
Completely Private
AnyLog provides a decentralized marketplace for data. Data Owners control their data and the access to their data. When Data Owners provide access to their data, they receive financial reward every time their data participates in a query result. This reward accomplishes two important goals:

It motivates Data Owners to contribute their data to the platform
It motivates Data Owners to make their data available to third parties
Marketplace for Data
Data Owners chose a trusted service provider or decide to distribute and store copies of the data on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring uptime.
Highly Available
AnyLog creates a decentralized marketplace in which Service Providers of CPU and Storage compete to service the data. This approach leads to the lowest possible prices. Service Providers monetize their compute resources and are rewarded with AnyLog tokens.
Marketplace for Services
Users  pay for storage and processing of data for as long as they use the data.
Pay as You Use
The AnyLog network creates two marketplaces. The first is a marketplace for services where Service Providers compete to service the data and the second is a data marketplace where Data Owners monetize their data.

The network operates these marketplaces without an intermediary while incentivizing every type of company to participate:

For Data Owners, AnyLog provides SQL access to huge amounts of IoT data, in real time. Users only pay for storage and CPU used, and these are determined in a bidding process and therefore are very low. AnyLog secures storage and query transactions with smart contracts, creating a more reliable and affordable offering when compared to traditional cloud providers.

For Service Providers, AnyLog provides the place to service huge amounts of data, without software infrastructure investments and without marketing costs.

AnyLog is creating an ecosystem that treats the IoT data in an efficient and cost-effective way and breaks rigid data silos by utilizing a unified and standard interface (SQL) to the IoT data.

We believe AnyLog’s distributed, decentralized storage and query technology is stronger, more secure, more efficient, and more equitable for the entire ecosystem.
Our goal is for AnyLog to become the backbone of IoT
Our technology connects IoT Data Owners with Service Provides worldwide allowing Data Owners to manage their data in real time without the need to build and maintain expensive databases and software platforms. Today, to extract value from the IoT data, companies need to build and manage complex databases. For large data sets, these are long, tedious and expensive projects. AnyLog offers a platform that automates the treatment of the data where Data Owners only need to send their data to the network and the network offers a SQL interface to query the data. This approach results in immediate cost savings and fast go to market. As the network offers a unified, SQL based interface to IoT data, data can be offered to third parties to use. A data owner has complete control over the data but may grant access to third parties in exchange for token rewards.
AnyLog is reinventing how IoT data is managed
As the storage and processing is done using the AnyLog software, a Service Provider does not need to invest in software infrastructure. Any data warehouse or companies with idle resources are highly motivated to participate in the network. This approach creates a marketplace for services with Service Providers competing to service the data, making the network a marketplace for storage and CPU. Bidding to service the data is free, allowing data warehouses to monetize their resources without marketing costs.
For Service Providers, AnyLog offers an opportunity to service the IoT data
A Decentralized IoT Network
Enabling an IoT Ecosystem
Moshe has been a CEO and CTO of several data management companies including previously founding ScaleDB and other database related companies.
Moshe Shadmon
Founder, CEO
Daniel is a University of Maryland researcher focusing on distributed and scalable database systems architecture. Known for the C-Store prototype (commercialized by Vertica) and HadoopDB research on fault tolerant scalable analytical database systems (commercialized by Hadapt and acquired by Teradata).
Prof. Daniel Abadi
Data Architect
Mahnush is a postdoc blockchain researcher at Yale and interested in scalable and fault-tolerant distributed algorithms for multi-party computation, secret sharing, and interactive communication over noisy channels.
Mahnush Movahedi (PhD)
Blockchain Architect
Faisal is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UC Santa Cruz. His research lies at the intersection of data management and distributed systems to support emerging applications in the domains of autonomous, mobile applications and the Internet of Things.
Faisal Nawab (PhD)
IoT Architect
Anoop specializes in product management, strategy, business and ecosystem development for Internet of Things (IoT). He plays an active role in product launches and technological direction, and is deeply engaged in advancing the IoT ecosystem. He has held leadership and executive roles at small and large companies such as SmartThings, Samsung, Comcast and Cisco. He was also a member of the board of directors for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and helped steer best in class IoT standards.
Anoop Mohan
Product
Yonatan is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and founding scientist of Daglabs.
Yonatan Sompolinsky
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
Levy is an avid entrepreneur with extensive experience in business and technology. A founder of successful public and private companies.
Levy Cohen
Co - Founder
Owen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Cruz and received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research focuses on language-based approaches to decentralized security and distributed systems and has appeared in top security and database venues, including Oakland, CCS, CSF, VLDB, and CIDR.
Owen Arden (PhD)
Security Architect
Matthew is the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and a senior fellow of CIFAR. Matthew's research interests include game theory, microeconomic theory, and the study of social and economic networks, on which he has published many articles and the book "Social and Economic Networks".
Prof. Matthew Jackson
Token and Marketplace Architect
Steve specializes in business development, strategic marketing, channel strategy and go-to-market planning with a background in startup and fortune 100 companies.
Steve Fischer
Business
Kapil is a senior product manager at Amazon Web Services with focus on real-time machine learning on high-volume and high-velocity data. He is also responsible for the streaming data ingestion business at AWS.
Kapil Chhabra
IoT Data
Project Team
Project Advisers