We at Ramp build a tool for connecting the open and the closed. We want to create a meshed, easily accessible connection between the open blockchain financial system and the old, closed banking system, with no need for a trusted third party in between. We are on a journey to an open, meshed, decentralized world where new financial systems help to build better futures.
Szymon and Przemek co-founded Ramp out of a passion for decentralization and freedom. They previously published a proposal for a decentralized p2p lending network. They co-established the Libertarian Party of Poland and have managed several NGOs.
Przemek is a programmer, econophysicist, and entrepreneur. Formerly an ML specialist at Boston Consulting Group. Szymon is a lawyer by training and entrepreneur by passion. He has worked for several legal firms, including Norton Rose Fulbright, and has led research efforts in a consulting firm focused on SEZs.
Piotr is an experienced (20+ years) corporate banker turned crypto-enthusiast. Early adopter of Ethereum and EOS. Formerly worked in a number of international banks. His experience ranges from operations, payments, customer relationship management to product implementation, process management, internal controls and regulatory compliance.
Jakub is a software developer and open source contributor with experience in blockchain’s projects - former Userfeeds/CryptoVerse employee where was responsible for frontend architecture. Focused on making blockchains usable and user-friendly. One of Eth Buenos Aires hackathon winners.
Katarzyna is a financial regulatory lawyer with experience in international corporations as well as specialised IT law firms. Her experience includes managing projects in the field of regulatory compliance (in banking, payment, insurance and investment sectors), as well as cloud computing transformations, introduction of new financial products, AML and data protection.
Grzegorz is a software developer with over 10 years of experience. He has built Userfeeds and CryptoVerse and launched several blockchain products like Userfeeds Platform, LinkExchange or Tok’n’talk. He holds patents in metadata aggregation algorithms.
Marcus is a founding partner of Sunfish Partners, an early stage VC that invests in Polish tech startups. Marcus is also a lecturer in the field of entrepreneurship. Previously, Marcus had the privilege to work with more than 120 student startups at WHU’s university incubator, which he helped establish and run and still supports as a volunteer.
Jordi is an entrepreneur and investor. Formerly working in finance, he is now a general partner at Lanzame capital, a Spanish pledge fund where he specializes in seed rounds for FinTech. As a private investor, Jordi has turned to crypto and has invested in a host of decentralized platforms.
Charlie is a a start-up’s Swiss Army Knife. In 2017 he managed a $1.4M equity crowdfunding campaign for Balance.io. Currently he focuses on product and UX/UI design to make the next generation of blockchain products more accessible. Previously designed for Balance.io, Ocean Protocol, Dexy Exchange.
Dylan has been an active participant in the crypto community since 2011. He recently co-founded Harbour Project, a decentralized governance protocol. He is also working on Beam-MW, which is a new blockchain currently under development. He is also an investor and advisor at Origin Cities.
Max is a tech entrepreneur and investor with 20+ years of experience. He is the founder of 5 companies and has invested in more than 10 start-ups as a business angel, including Wooga and test.io. He is a blockchain technology enthusiast and is a co-founder of Sunfish Partners, an early stage VC.
Andrew Cronk is an experienced computer engineer with 10+ years of start-up experience. He co-founded bln.kr, TempoDB, and Cameesa, a firm that was later acquired by Zazzle. He is currently a partner at Re-factor. Currently establishing figment.capital, a VC focused on blockchain.
He is the founder and former CEO of Turbine Analytics, an analytics SaaS for banks and other financial institutions, which was has recently been acquired by Oaktree Capital Management. Currently, he is an active angel investor and CEO of Data Ventures, a venture capital focused on fintech/blockchain.
Matt is a computer engineer, entrepreneur, and investor with 20+ years of experience. He founded one of Canada’s first IP transit networks. He is the co-founder of Pingg and an early investor in many start-ups, including Edge Cast and Lending Club. Currently establishing figment.capital, a VC focused on blockchain.
Adrian is a professional poker player and co-founder of SpinLegends, an online poker school. He is an early adopter of cryptocurrencies. He believes that free, decentralized markets are a pathway to progress and freedom. Currently he is working on NemesisBacking, which is a project focused on strategy for multitable poker tournaments.
Josh, an experienced entrepreneur and investor, sold his first company when he was only 15 years old. Founder and CEO of Mino Games. At 18, he became YCombinator's youngest founder. Josh is an angel investor in numerous companies, including Clearbit, where he also serves as a board member.
A former CEO for Siemens Poland, Peter has 35+ years of experience in multinational corporations. He has held a number of C-Suite positions through out Europe and Asia and is currently president of the Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce. He has recently turned his focus to angel investing.
Lorien is an entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience. He is the founder of three startups: Interlog Internet Services, BOAW Networks, and Pingg. Former senior manager at MessageLabs and Web.com. Lorien has advised and invested in many start-ups. Currently establishing figment.capital, a VC focused on blockchain.
Involved in the blockchain since 2012, he is best known as the founder of AppCodes. He built the first decentralized Oracle PoC (Orisi.org) and played a critical role in the early stages of Neufund. Currently, he is working on Trivial.co, an advanced search engine for Ethereum blockchain projects.
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