Amitt Mahajan is a Co-Founder and serves as Chief Technology Officer at Rare Bits. He is also a Co-Founder and serves as the Managing Partner at Presence Capital. He is a Co-Founder and serves as the Chief Technology Officer at Rare Bits. He serves as an Advisor at SignalFire. He is the Founder and C.E.O of Toro. Prior to that, he served as the Director of Engineering for Zynga. Amitt was also the Co-Founder and C.T.O of MyMiniLife, Inc which was later acquired by Zynga. Mahajan is also the Co-Founder of Red Hot Labs and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Prior to this, he was an Engineer in Zynga who helped in creating FarmVille. He briefly served as a Programmer for Epic Games. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from University of Illinois.
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Brett Mason is the Co-Founder, Board Member and Vice President at BitCoin India.
Honma Masahiko is the Co-Founder and serves as General Partner, Investments at Incubate Fund. He also serves as Partner at KK Fund. After graduating from Keio University, in the overseas investment arm of JAFCO, to carry out investments in Internet companies in Israel and Silicon Valley, JV establishment, the Japanese market business. From 2001, he worked in venture capital and corporate development department of Accenture. Works in the capital of Mitsubishi Corporation subsidiary, to experience an IPO from venture capital MonotaRO, of Benchari public than in 2003. funds in 2007, specializing in seed stage investment of the net business, core People Partners establishment. He was appointed representative partner. is performed establishment phase of Pokerabo and gumi, the development of business investment in the establishment phase, significantly grow. 2010, incubate bait Fund No. 1 Limited Partnership establishment. Representative appointed partner.
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Miko Matsumura founded crypto exchange Evercoin, and is a General Partner with Gumi Cryptos Capital. He is also a venture partner with BitBull Capital and an advisor to Arrington XRP Capital. He is an advisor to LCX, the Liechtenstein Cryptocurrency Exchange. He is an investor in Pantera Capital. He is personally invested in FileCoin, Brave, CIVIC, Propy, Telegram, Mainframe and Lyft. As chief Evangelist for the Java Language and Platform he participated in the first wave of the Internet, and is now fully engaged in the crypto-fueled Internet of value. As a 25 year operating exec in Silicon Valley, he has raised over $50 million in capital for Open Source startups. He was an advisor to AI startup Sentient during their 100M series C and currently has advised cryptocurrency startups with over $250M in capital raise such as Guardian Circle (Decentralized Global 911 Emergency Services), WiFiCoin, Lottery.com and Hub (Decentralizing Professional Social Networking). He is also an LP with Focus Ventures, a firm with over $800M under management, 9 IPOs and 44 exits. He holds an Master’s degree in Neuroscience from Yale University where he worked on abstract computational neural networks. He’s leads the Crypto Underground meetup in San Francisco and is a speaker at many conferences including The World Knowledge Forum, D10e, Token Fest, Coin Agenda, Block Con, Global Blockchain Summit, The Future of Money Summit and a thought leader at AFP the largest organization of Financial Professionals in the US.
Founded in 1978, Watermill Group is a private buyout group focusing on acquiring middle-market (<$40-500M sales) companies in transition based in the U.S. and Canada. The firm's preferred industry types are Manufacturing, Value-added distribution, and Business services. The only industries that Watermill will not consider are those with short product life cycles, such as pure fashion or leading edge technology. The ideal company will be generating between $40 to $500 million in revenues and present an opportunity for Watermill to acquire a control position. Watermill engages a wide range of business situations, including the following: Situations which require creativity, operating experience, strategic insight, and ability to act quickly; Carve outs and divestitures of non-core businesses; Secured lender sales; Balance sheet restructurings; Prepackaged bankruptcies, section 363 sales, and stalking horse bids; and Distressed, turnaround, and other special situations.
James Riney serves as Partner and Head at 500 Startups. He also is an Angel Investor.He also serves as Partner at 500 Kobe Pre-Accelerator. He also co-founded the "Medium.com of Japan" before covering venture investments for DeNA, based in Tokyo. He now heads the 500 Startups Japan fund.
Iris Capital is a pan-European venture capital firm based in Paris, France. The firm focuses on investing in companies within the industry 4.0, the internet of things, cybersecurity and 5G networks, to artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing and software design sectors.
- Built world's largest API Marketplace with Andreessen Horowitz backed company.
- Venture Partner for Off The Grid Ventures. Raised $600k capital in my last 2 deals.
- Working on my next venture at the intersection of B2Dev + APIs (in stealth).
Bain Capital is a private equity firm that invests in the retail, business services, consumer and financial services, healthcare, energy, technology, media, telecommunication and industrial sectors. The firm is also involved in real estate investments. It was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.