Dr. Stefano Balietti
Computational Social Science
Stefano is a postdoctoral researcher at the chair of Data Science in the Economic and Social Sciences at Mannheim University (Germany). Previously he was at University of Heidelberg, Microsoft Research NYC, Northeastern Network Science Institute, Harvard IQSS, and ETH Zurich. His research aims at discovering patterns of collective behavior in controlled virtual environments via survey, experiments, and machine learning. At the time of writing, Stefano holds mainly BTC, ETH, BNB, and SAND.
Dr. David Tercero Lucas
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Digital Monetary Economics
David holds a PhD in Applied Economics by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He is actively researching with the ECB and BIS. He is also consulting at Lipis Advisors on payments and CBDCs. His research interests are in the fields of Digital Currencies (cryptocurrencies and CBDCs), Monetary Economics and Banking. From September to December 2021 he was at the CREST (École Polytechnique, Paris) as a visiting researcher. His research has been featured in The Economist and The Financial Times. At the time of writing, David mainly holds BTC, ETH, and DOT.
Mannheim University &
Can is a PhD candidate at the University of Mannheim, Economics Department. He is interested contest theory, experimental economics and AI aided Human decision making. In 2017-2018, he was a visiting scholar at the Econonomics Department of Yale University. Since March 2021, he is also employed at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligence Systems. He holds a Masters degree in economics from the University of Nottingham, and is a Middlebury College graduate. At the time of writing, Can holds various cryptocurrencies.
Myriam is a PhD candidate in Digital Economics at CREST – Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) in the Blockchain & Platforms chair. Her research focuses on trading behavior dynamics in DEXs and lending protocols, such as Uniswap and Compound. Myriam holds a Master's degree in Econometrics & Statistics from Toulouse School of Economics and teaches advanced econometrics and machine learning. Previously, she visited Vassar College in New York and was also data scientist at Airbus Helicopters. At the time of writing, she does not own any crypto asset.
Prof. Anca Balietti
Anca is a junior professor in environmental economics at the Alfred-Weber Institute of Economics of Heidelberg University (Germany). Previously, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) lab at the Harvard Kennedy School. Anca investigates behavioral biases that arise when individuals make decisions under risk. She is interested in crypto as a driver for economic development in developing nations and in environmental externalities of proof-of-work. At the time of writing, she does not own any crypto asset.
Eloy is a long experienced illustrator working for editorials and advertising agencies. Artistically formed at Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, a large part of his professional career has been developed as a graphic designer and art director in branding agencies. Eloy has taught Illustration at the Master of Branding organised by the High School of Design Elisava. His work has been exhibited at the Barcelona International Contemporary Art Festival BAC. Currently, he works as a freelance illustrator. At the time of writing, he does not own any cryptoasset.