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"Joey Krug, 25, told Decrypt he had no idea he was in the running. Unlike his rivals, he hadn’t applied—Forbes journalist Michael Del Castillo snuck him into the competition after he penned a profile on Krug in July. Krug only discovered his success upon scrolling Twitter.
Krug co-founded Augur, a platform for betting markets that is built on the Ethereum blockchain. It seeks to foster truly global markets on anything one might want to bet on–and lower the hefty fees that take the fun out of it. But he also shares the role of Chief Investment Officer at Pantera Capital and serves as an advisor, investor, or developer on a handful of other projects.
Now that Krug is on the way to solving online gambling, his goals are to “at least make a dent” in finance and healthcare, two other industries he considers broken."
- Augur, co-founder, core-developer
- A member of the DTR Foundation Council
- Ampleforth; advisor (as of 9-2019 on the website)
- Co-Chief Investment Officer at Pantera Capital (which invested in DTR and Ampleforth)
- First Blood; tech advisor
- 0x protocol; advisor
- Numerai; investor/advisor