Caitlin Pintavorn

Caitlin Pintavorn


Caitlin Pintavorn is an investment partner at Paradigm and previously served as an investment associate at Paradigm. She graduated from Brown University.

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Katie Biber

Katie Biber is the Chief Legal Officer at Paradigm, leading the firm's legal, regulatory, compliance and policy functions. Previously, she was Chief Legal Officer of Brex, a fintech startup reimagining financial systems for growing companies. Before Brex, Katie was General Counsel of Anchorage, a digital asset bank and platform, and she has also held leadership roles as General Counsel of Thumbtack and Senior Counsel at Airbnb. Additionally, Katie serves on the boards of directors of Anchorage, Code for America and Protocol Labs. She is a veteran of political campaigns, having served as General Counsel to Romney for President in 2012. Katie holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. from George Washington University.

Nathan Apsel

Nathan Apsel is the Chief Financial Officer at Maveron. Prior to joining Maveron, he was the Chief Financial Officer at 8VC and Paradigm. Before that, he was a Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he was part of the Asset Management Practice. Nathan holds a Master of Accounting and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon.

Dan Tapiero

Dan Tapiero is the CEO and Managing Partner of 10T, a global investment management firm. Prior to founding 10T, Dan was the managing partner of DTAP Capital Advisors, a global macro investment fund that he founded in 2003. He is also the co-founder of Gold Bullion International (GBI), a physical precious metals platform for the wealth management industry that expanded into the cryptocurrency universe in 2014. Additionally, he co-founded the Agricultural Company of America (AGCoA), which was one of the largest farmland REITs in the U.S. at the time of its sale in 2013. Dan has a wealth of experience as a macro-focused portfolio manager and analyst, having worked at Tiger Management, Duquesne Capital Management, Steinhardt Management Co., and SAC Capital Advisors from 1992-2012. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University, where he earned his B.A.'90 and M.A.'91 in European History. Dan has also served on the Board of Trustees of the Lawrenceville School for the past 12 years and currently leads the Investment Committee for its endowment.

Chris Hofmann

Chris spent the past 7 years at Brown University’s Investment Office investing across public and private asset classes. He first became interested in crypto in 2017 and specializes in the Cosmos ecosystem. When not working, Chris can be found playing squash or slowly acquiring NFTs.

Ann Jaskiw

Ann Jaskiw is the Founder and CEO of Tactic. Previously, she worked as an Analyst at Goldman Sachs. Ann Jaskiw graduated from Brown University.

Julian Rachman

Julian Rachman is the Venture Partner at Hack VC and former Growth Lead at Nomad. Formerly, Founder & CEO at Ripplink, Data Science Engineer at Pollenly and MediaHound.

Dan Robinson

Dan Robinson is a General Partner and the Head of Research at Paradigm, focused on crypto investments and research into open-source protocols. Previously, Dan was a protocol researcher at Interstellar. Before Interstellar, Dan practiced as a litigation attorney at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. He earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an A.B. from Harvard University.

Eren Derman

Eren Derman is the founder and CEO of DKODA Labs, developers of the Wasabi Protocol. He graduated from the Brown University School of Engineering.

Phil Davis

Phil Davis is the CFO at ConsenSys, oversee ConsenSys’ finance and accounting functions, including expanding the company’s pioneering treasury strategy. Davis joins ConsenSys from Afiniti, where he was the company’s CFO. He brings a variety of other experiences from earlier in his career, including investment banking at Goldman Sachs, strategy and corporate finance consulting at McKinsey, and advanced data science and algorithm design experience at the MIT Media Lab and MIT Lincoln Lab.

Justin Slaughter

Justin Slaughter is the Policy Director at Paradigm. Prior to joining Paradigm, he was the Director of the office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs and Senior Advisor to Acting Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Allison Herren Lee. Justin also served as Chief Policy Advisor and Special Counsel to former Commissioner Sharon Bowen at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and General Counsel to Senator Edward J. Markey. He has also worked as a consultant in private practice, focusing on fintech and smaller technology companies. To begin his career, Justin was a law clerk to Judge Jerome Farris on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a J.D. from Yale Law School.