Patrick Stanley is the head of growth at Blockstack. He studied Economics and Psychology at Johns Hopkins, and was the first employee at data-driven lending startup Earnest which sold to Navient for $155m in 2017. In a growth role there, he helped it scale from from 1 to 200 employees and go from $0 to $2B in originations within 3 years.
In September, we put out a challenge to the Blockstack Community to create an Encrypted Token Portfolio app on Blockstack to give users ultimate privacy...Read more
On August 16th Blockstack announced the Blockstack Signature Fund — a $25 million dollar fund of thesis-driven VCs supporting teams looking to build for the...Read more
There’s a lot of excitement about building decentralized applications, but we know it is still early days. At Blockstack we’ve created the core infrastructure to...Read more
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