About Stephan Tual

Stephan is the Founder and CCO of a stealth epigenomic research platform project.

An internationally recognized expert in building lasting communities, Stephan Tual was the architect behind the marketing strategy for Ethereum, a platform for smart contracts and decentralized blockchain applications. As the former CCO of Ethereum, the next-generation blockchain went on to raise $18.9m as part of the world's second-largest crowdfunding event and is now valued at over USD 190 billion.

Stephan Tual, 2020 - (Public-domain-equivalent license)

Stephan was also the Founder and COO of venture-backed Slock.it, a project at the intersection of the IoT and blockchain. Slock.it explored how Ethereum light nodes embedded in connected cars, homes, shared white goods, etc., could revolutionize the emerging Sharing Economy infrastructure by enabling anyone to rent, sell or share their property without a middleman.

Stephan has three start-ups under his belt and brings 25 years of enterprise IT experience to his enterprises. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Stephan held CTO positions at leading data analytics companies in London, managing million pounds IT budgets for clients including VISA Europe, BP, the CO-OP and dozens of other Fortune 500 companies.

Stephan lives in London, UK, with his wife, two children and three beloved pets dogs. When not busy working on a venture, he moonlights as a producer and BTS shots for crowdfunded, independent films.

He regularly speaks at conferences and community events.

Stephan can be contacted on LinkedIn.
He maintains his opinionated blog at http://blog.stephantual.com

Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephantual/
Twitter: @stephantual
Instagram: @stephantual
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Selected video works:

Blockchain without Bitcoin (2016) - Lift
Interview about Ethereum (2018) - EthCC2018
The End of Big Data, or a Reasonable Internet of Things (2015) - Ethereum London Meetup
The evolution of Blockchain (2015) - Crypto Investor Show
The Internet Without Servers (2014) - NipConf