Crypto Explorers seeks to create the world’s premier community of knowledgeable crypto-enthusiasts.
We believe that:
- the decentralized future is a net positive for the world.
- collaboration with other like-minded individuals will aid us to gain a better grasp of possible societal disruptions (positive and negative).
- the exchange of ideas in a curated, intimate setting of other intellectually curious people is essential.
- remaining pragmatic in our efforts is critical.
the community for those who are passionate about the blockchain, decentralized, and cryptographic future.
CEO, Never Stop Marketing
Jeremy Epstein, CEO of Never Stop Marketing, has 20 years of international marketing experience. He serves as President of the Crypto Explorers Association, Founding Director of the Blockchain Board, and is co-founder of the Crypto Explorers. Most recently, Jeremy was VP of Marketing at Sprinklr which grew from a $20 million valuation and 30 people to $1.8 billion valuation and 1400 people in 4 years. Read more.
Founder, Lorem Labs
Ken runs Lorem Labs, a leading software development enterprise with deep and wide blockchain expertise. Ken is also a venture consultant and crypto community leader, assisting major VC firms in deal sourcing and mentoring/investing in Web3 startups worldwide. He is co-founder of Crypto Explorers, organizing deep-thinker tours of Switzerland’s “Crypto Valley” and beyond. He has been a tech columnist for several major publications. Read more.
Marcelo Garcia became involved with the Crypto sector back in 2013 while assessing development opportunities for the government of a Caribbean country interested in economic diversification. Amongst multiple activities in the sector he served as the CEO of one of the earliest and most innovative companies of the industry between 2014-15, orchestrated a Blockchain Symposium for the government of a Gulf country with the participation of 22 State Ministers and 800+ VIP guests and has given talks about the future of Blockchain in multiple prestigious events (e.g. MIT EmTech). Read more.