Darren Lim graduated cum laude with departmental honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon honor society. He is passionate about the political economy and political science. He has a special interest in the impact of emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence. Darren’s interest in cryptocurrencies began in 2013, when he discovered Bitcoin via researching older non-blockchain based e-currency systems such as eGold and began to mine Bitcoin from his desktop computer. He is currently focusing on the potential of cryptocurrency and its underlying technology for real world applications and its potential impacts.
Daniel Oon Yong Lin
Daniel Oon graduated summa cum laude with highest departmental honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He is a member of International Association for Cryptologic Research. Passionate about the impact of technology on economies through the study of Economics of Digitization. He bought his first Bitcoin in 2013 when it was below USD 200. His research interest is primarily focused on the reduction of information asymmetry and the study of intelligent(multi-agent AIs) and economic agents of forward-looking digital frameworks such as the blockchain. In addition to leading Cryptoeconomics.Asia, Daniel is Research partner at Nodex Capital, a seed and early stage venture capital firm. Additionally, Daniel serves as an advisor to Flyp.me one of the first instant, accountless crypto-exchanges, which completed its ICO in September 2017. Flyp.me is an accountless exchange managed by HolyTransaction, a pioneer in multi-currency web wallets and the first globally to support Ethereum.
Anmoldeep Singh Karwal
Anmoldeep Singh Karwal is an Economics and Finance sophomore at the University of London. He is passionate about financial technology and is researching on the macroeconomic implications of Blockchain Technology on various sectors of the world economy. He started his research on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in early 2017 when Bitcoin was valued at $1000. Since then, Anmol has been exploring blockchain technology and its applications across various industries. In addition to Cryptoeconomics Asia, he is the Vice President for Research and Editorial at SIM Economics Society, a student led economics research society where he is managing macroeconomic and geopolitical research and publications. He is also an executive committee member at Economics Society of Singapore (Youth Wing).
Jordon has a Diploma in Information Technology from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is passionate about the governance and development standards on smart contract protocols such as the Ethereum blockchain and the NEO mainnet. Jordon helps the community through the sharing of ICO validation and ranking metrics over at CryptoBino. In his free time he explores the synergy between AI and blockchain technologies and is a strong advocate of the Ethereum network.
Matin Abdul Razak
Matin joined Cryptoeconomics Asia in 2017 in order to provide a multidisciplinary approach for policy reform and information development on the blockchain. He analyzes the adaptation of legal models and best practices, in light of the continually innovating cryptocurrency and blockchain context. He is a penultimate year student at the University of Liverpool, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Criminology and Security and actively contributes to the industry by advocating new legal frameworks on the blockchain.