As someone who works closely with companies, projects, and protocols in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, I am committed to providing transparency and disclosure while protecting my privacy, and that of others. I do my best to exercise discretion and sound judgment in my conduct as both an investor and advocate in the crypto ecosystem. 
See my views regarding Transparency and Ethics in Cryptocurrency Investing

Disclosure Policy

I may hold positions in some of the companies, projects, cryptocurrencies, or tokens I discuss in a public appearance, including social media. Where reasonably possible, I will disclose these relationships. 


I have not been paid in cash, gifts, or expense reimbursements by any company, project, or fund to serve as an ambassador or marketer. Should this change, I will add those compensated roles here. Any sponsored content will always be disclaimed as such.

Advisory Roles

I serve as an advisor to Blockdaemon, Casa, Ocean Protocol, and Shyft Network. I am a board director of the Stacks Foundation. 


Investments are listed on the "Investments" tab. Should investments convert to tokens that have an active market, they will be removed from "Investments" and listed in the "tokens" section below. The holdings listed may be traded on an active basis, following the compliance and trading policies of my employer, CoinShares.

Material Cryptocurrency and Token Holdings

I own cryptocurrencies, digital assets, and blockchain-based tokens, and also speak publicly about these projects, assets, and concepts. My current holdings include those assets listed on the "Investments" tab, as well as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero, Stellar, Tezos, and ZCash, as well as Aave, Empty Set Dollar, Synthetix, and Uniswap. Investments that are liquid include 1inch, Algorand, Blockstack, Handshake, HXRO, Maker, Ocean, and Ripio Credit Network. 

Potato Fund

Lastly, I would be remiss if I did not add a brief memo on the Potato Fund - a token portfolio constructed as a meme and a joke on Jan 10, 2018, and tracked live on Twitter through a series of updates throughout 2018. The Potato Fund no longer has material value, but you can see the original tweet here.

Last updated February 6 2021