Monette Stephens has a unique combination of entrepreneurial, investing, technical, banking, sales and marketing expertise. As the Head of Corporate Development of TokenSoft, she has been instrumental in building the sales and partnership pipeline supporting over 20 fully compliant Security Token Offerings with investors from over 170 countries. Monette co-founded and ran a FINRA registered Broker-Dealer obtaining Series 7, 24 and 63 registrations and had multiple exits through IPO or M&A. She has BS and MS degrees in CS/ECE.
Ken Kavanaugh is Director of Customer Acquisition at Everbloom, a venture-backed decentralized exchange that aggregates smart contracts and protocols to pool orders and liquidity. As an early employee of E*TRADE within its strategy and M&A department, Ken managed $1B+ in fintech deal volume. He’s co-founder of Moon Assist, an advanced order management platform, and advisor to Altcoin.io, a Plasma-based DEX. Previously, he led corporate and business development efforts for Lykke DEX, a pioneer in the use of the security token.
Kraken is currently one of the largest and most successful cryptocurrency exchanges globally. Previously, in 2013, Austin co-founded the New York Bitcoin Center, the world’s first physical bitcoin exchange space. After nearly 5 years in the bitcoin exchange space, Austin has consulted and advised hundreds of businesses and
investors on the practical utility of cryptocurrency.
FBG Capital is the largest crypto fund based in China. She is also Founder Crypto Girls and Cofounder of a stealth project. She is Advisor to the Korean Blockchain Association. She is also Advisor to ICON, Medibloc, Waves platform, Nucleus vision, Beetoken, PolicyPal Network and Metadium. She is Ex-Founding Partner Blockchain Partners Korea (currently HASHED) . Yiseul is the first blockchain engineer @HSBC.
Bryce Clemmer is a seasoned blockchain/crypto entrepreneur who has founded, advised and invested in several disruptive technology companies. Clemmer first became involved in the blockchain and digital currency space in 2010. In 2012, he founded Vadio which had more than 120 million monthly users and was the first video distribution platform that allowed music streaming services to incorporate music videos into their audio streams in real-time. Clemmer was also an integral part of launching the first-generation iPhone at Apple and was part of the MIT/Stanford Venture Lab. He currently serves on the advisory board at Oregon State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and is also a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. Clemmer graduated with a degree in economics from Willamette University, where he also co-founded the Willamette University Investment Group