Hey everyone🖐 I’m Jack,
I co-founded a security company called Authio. I spend my time working with researchers, engineers, and various project teams to improve the security of the Ethereum smart contract ecosystem.
Generally, I’m passionate about: humanism, political science, economics, sociology, accessibility, design, marketing, information systems, and actively seeking to dis-confirm what I believe to be true via reading, discussion, and constructive debate.
Currently, I’m interested in (no particular order):
Ways educate individuals belonging to various Ethereum communities about their particular role in Ethereum’s governance and potential outcomes related to those roles inside and outside their community
The societal outcomes resulting from the intersection of national governments and decentralized “digital jurisdictions”, their effects on the behavior of actors who participate in one, the other, both, or neither, and especially in the event of contentious dispute, how should the two fairly coordinate to preserve or change their institutions to exist in harmony with each other while maintaining or improving global security, stability, and human rights
The role of application security in a decentralized blockchain ecosystem
Making Ethereum more accessible for developers
Excited for the future discussions! Cheers!