Warren Paul Anderson leads developer relations at Ripple. Since joining Ripple in 2016, Warren has worked as a product manager for the XRP Ledger, Interledger Protocol and RippleNet’s On-Demand Liquidity product.
Prior to Ripple, Warren co-founded Hedgy, one of the first decentralized finance applications that used blockchain-based smart contracts for derivatives trading. In a previous life, before discovering crypto as an early bitcoin miner in 2011, Warren spent several years building startups in the Internet of Things.
Warren has a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern and did graduate studies at Harvard.
Michael Zochowski leads product at RippleX, which creates tools that make it easier to build on open blockchain technologies like XRPL. Michael previously founded Logos, a blockchain startup focused on high-performance payments that was acquired by Ripple, and worked at Ellington Management Group, a multi-billion dollar quant hedge fund, in portfolio management across a variety of asset classes.
Michael graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in Statistics and M.S. in Applied Mathematics.
Previously to working at Ripple Tyler helped build an open source cryptocurrency wallet called Canoe.
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