Diogo Monica


Diogo Mónica is the Co-Founder and President of Anchorage. Anchorage brings the world’s most advanced and proven security architecture to cryptocurrency custody, to deliver the services institutions expect from a traditional custodian. Before founding Anchorage, he was security lead at Docker, an open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. While at Docker he worked on the security foundations of the container and orchestration subsystems that are now used as core building blocks of modern IT infrastructure worldwide. Diogo Monica was an early employee at Square where he led the platform security team and built the security infrastructure used by Square to move over $80B in annualized volume. He has a BSc, MSc and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science has published several papers in peer-reviewed security conferences on the topic of distributed systems and information security, and is the author of several patents in secure communications, encrypted hardware, and payment systems. Diogo Monica is a sought-after public speaker having keynotes, lectures and technical briefings on the topics of usable security, infrastructure security, and distributed systems security. He is also an angel investor and an advisor and board member to numerous startups.

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Nathan McCauley

Nathan McCauley is the co-founder and CEO of Anchorage, a crypto-native digital asset custodian that uses modern security engineering to help institutions safeguard their investments.

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.

Nicole Zahrah Civitello

Nicole Zahrah Civitello is Head of Investor Relations at Polychain Capital and was previously Head of Investor Relations at Hack VC and Head of Capital Strategy at Anchorage Digital.

Suzanne Kim

Suzanne Kim is the Partner, Head of Investor Relations at Haun Ventures. She holds a MBA from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Nick Pacilio

Nick Pacilio is Head of Communications at Nicholas Pacilio and was previously Director of Communications at Haun Ventures and PR Communications Manager at a16z crypto. Prior to that, he was senior PR Communications Manager at Twitter.

Sam Rosenblum

Sam Rosenblum is a Partner at Haun Ventures. Previously, he was a Partner at Polychain Capital, Director of Business Development at Coinbase, Global Strategy Associate at Visa, and Analyst at Lake Partners Strategy Consultants. He obtained his B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was a part of the UCLA Honors College and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.

Breck Stodghill

Breck Stodghill is the Investment Associate at Haun Ventures. He has extensive experience in the tech industry, having held positions at Coinbase, Zora, and Leaf. He holds a degree in Computer Science and Organizational Psychology from Vanderbilt University, as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Cape Town.

TuongVy Le

TuongVy Le is Anchorage's general counsel and was previously a partner and head of policy at Bain Capital Crypto, where he advised portfolios on crypto regulatory issues. Vy has over a decade of experience as a financial regulatory and enforcement lawyer, advising companies in both the traditional finance and crypto industries. At the SEC, Vy served as Senior Counsel in the Division of Enforcement, where she worked on some of the agency’s first investigations involving digital assets, and as Chief Counsel of the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, where she engaged with Congress, the Treasury Department, and other federal and state entities on capital markets policy, including the regulation of digital assets. More recently, Vy oversaw financial regulatory strategy as Deputy General Counsel and Compliance Officer at Worldcoin. She began her legal career at the law firm WilmerHale, where she counseled clients on everything from the securities laws to AML compliance.

Aaron Schnarch

Aaron Schnarch is Anchorage's chief operating officer and was previously CEO of Coinbase Custody. He is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Tricia Lin Collins

Tricia Lin is the Vice President of Research at Blockworks. She was previously the head of listing and research at Binance.US. She was also responsible for investor relations at Shuttle Ventures and private wealth management at Morgan Stanley, with a special focus on UHNW blockchain, artificial intelligence, etc. investment needs. She co-founded GopherCard, a blockchain-based gift mobile application and payment company dedicated to mainstreaming digital assets and mobile/e-commerce.