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Crypto Lending

November 13, 2019 @ 18:30 20:30

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Learn all about the challenges & achievements for Crypto Lending! #cryptolending
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Jomari Peterson Digital Reserve Creator Jomari is the creator of the cost-based proof of stake protocol which will be used to facilitate eliminating predatory lending in The Digital Reserve. Prior to The Digital Reserve, he delivered a 10x return as the Co-founder for the Quantum Resistant Ledger, leading to a $100 Million+ Valuation. He is also the CTO and Co-Founder of Bridgit, which is building the a new layer to the internet.
Trevor Smyth Managing Partner Arctos Capital Trevor is an early cryptoasset investor and has spent his career selling innovative technology platforms for venture backed companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from Brown University with a BA in Economics, where he also studied entrepreneurship and engineering. Post college, Trevor spent one year as an NCAA hockey coach, leading UW-Stevens Point to the National Championship game for the first time in 20 years.
Neil Zumwalde CTO/Cofounder Graychain What a tennis racket is to Venus and Serena, data is to Neil Zumwalde, the Cofounder and CTO of Graychain. Neil has brought a career in automation, monitoring, and data analysis to the world of crypto lending.
Dan Wheeler General Counsel Cred has represented banks, fintech companies, credit unions, and other financial institutions during their most important challenges and opportunities for 22 years. Prior to joining Cred, Dan was a partner in the international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP where he led the firm’s fintech practice team. He regularly interacts with state and federal regulators and is advising state regulators on their rollout of an innovative cryptocurrency bank charter.
Nick Saponaro CoFounder/CIO The Divi Project, a blockchain startup committed to solving the usability problems in cryptocurrency. Nick oversees the development of Divi’s unique Proof of Stake blockchain, which launched in September 2018 and is secured by masternodes that can be easily deployed from a user-friendly Smart Wallet using the one-of-a-kind MOCCI (Masternode One-Click Cloud Installer). Divi’s proprietary technology makes it easy to earn, store, and transact cryptocurrency.
Cate Rung CoFounder/COO Pngme, an alternative lending platform targeting emerging economies. Cate has spent her career working on driving growth in both B2C businesses and two-sided marketplaces. Cate led driver acquisition at Uber using offline marketing channels and led their rebranded driver onboarding kit by streamlining and automating the sourcing, production, and distribution process, which was adopted and rolled out globally. Over the last three years, she’s been working on FinTech/blockchain solutions that can increase financial inclusion. She is now building and scaling operations and growth of Pngme’s alternative lending platform.
Moderator: Phil Jeudy Journalist Phil started his career in finance and IT positions in subsidiaries of companies like Vinci or Electrolux, mainly in construction and retail (BtoB and BtoC), mostly in charge of organizational projects, then join SEGA to be responsible of Southern Europe territories for the mobile gaming business unit based in London. Since 2007,
6:30pm to 7:00pm Networking
7:00pm to 8:00pm panel
8:00pm to 8:30pm STOs & FinTech startups Demo Pitches/Networking

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Date:
November 13
Time:
18:30 – 20:30
Cost:
Free – $500
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Website:
https://www.meetup.com/Bay-Area-FinTech-Meetup/events/265353312/

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English

Sheppard Mullin

Four Embarcadero Center, 17th Floor
San Francisco, United States
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