I lead research at Spartan Capital, a liquid venture fund investing in decentralized networks. I also host The Blockcrunch Podcast, a popular podcast dissecting the economics and technology behind blockchain projects. I'm fascinated by digital privacy, incentive design and frontier technologies.
Previously, I invested in early stage startups as a founding partner at Contrary Capital, a seed stage venture fund backed by former executives at Tesla, Twitch and MuleSoft. I spent time briefly at Deloitte Consulting, where I supported the firm's Blockchain Lab and Fintech practices, and global macro hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, where I was exposed to Ray Dalio's Principles and became interested in macroeconomics.
I had the opportunity to share my thoughts on blockchain at conferences in New York and San Francisco, and was previously a contributing writer for tech startups on The Huffington Post and Forbes. I share my thoughts regularly on Twitter and Medium, and have appeared on multiple panels and interviews.
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Jason Choi is an investor at Spartan Capital, a cryptoasset hedge fund that takes multiple positions in various cryptoassets. Jason also personally owns a small amount of cryptoassets and makes an effort to disclose any potential conflict of interest on any public forum, including written blog posts and podcast episodes on The Blockcrunch Podcast. Jason's blog posts and podcast interviews, wherein he is either the host or the interviewee, are intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as any form of financial advice. Jason, Spartan Capital (and its parent company Spartan Group) and The Blockcrunch Podcast are not liable for any decisions third parties choose to make. Both Jason and/or Spartan Capital may have positions in assets discussed on any public forum at any time.