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TARS Protocol is backed by a talented and diverse group of engineers, developers, and advisors, all of whom share a common vision of revolutionizing the Web3 ecosystem through AI integration.
Paul is from Cornell University SC Johnson College of Business and a core member of the Cornell blockchain club. Being the co-founder of TARS Protocol, he is committed to creating great products with web3 technology to empower the industry. His ambition and leadership help him thrive as the CEO of TARS.
Joesph is an entrepreneur, crypto investor, and start-up incubator. He has been engaged in research about blockchain protocols and DeFi since 2017 and has seasoned experience in scaling startups from 0 to 1. Joesph is developing business strategy and leading the business team of TARS.
William is from Cornell University and Cornell Blockchain Club. His field of study is mathematics and computer science. Prior to joining TARS, he gained experience by working on business development at both biotech and financial advising companies. He is leading the business development at TARS.
Clyde previously worked for Microsoft focused on distributed computing. He is a full stack developer with a deep understanding of smart contracts. As the technical advisor, Clyde has guided the technical design of several DeFi products.
Chiev is from Carnegie Mellon University, and his field of study is Electrical and Computer Engineering. Before he got interested in blockchain, Chiev used to work as the software engineer for tech firms, such as Bytedance. He has abundant experience developing smart contracts.
Betül is the user experience and interface designer with a focus on creating unique brands and identities. She has expertise in Web3 and NFT projects. Betül is the lead designer at TARS.
Anthony is the Head of Product. Prior to joining TARS Protocol, he gained valuable experience in the blockchain industry by working with several leading companies. With a strong track record of collaborating with cross-functional teams and managing the product development process, Anthony brings a wealth of experience to his role at TARS.
Brian is a full-stack engineer, used to work for a smart contract audit company. He is very good at the development of smart contracts, and very keen to participate in the CTF.
Patrick is our back-end engineer. He has rich knowledge in Cassandra, TAO, MySQL and other highly concurrent databases. He is mainly responsible for the cache of our on chain data and some Open API services.