Liam Zebedee.

Engineer/Founder/Research. Twitter. Github. Telegram.

I’m an engineer and founder, interested in the intersection of internet and culture. My current industry is crypto.

Why crypto?

I’ve been writing about Bitcoin since 2013, when I was in highschool. I truely believe in the mission of verifiable institutions, and Hayek’s rationale for decentralization - the ultimate decisions must be left to the people who are familiar with their circumstances.

That being said, I haven’t always worked in crypto. I did my thesis on Machine Learning and have a broad interested in distributed systems.

What have I worked on?

I built a product called Dappnet, which reached 1M+ people on Twitter and was covered by The Block and a number of other outlets. Read more about it here.

People I’ve worked with:

With these teams, I’ve directly helped develop smart contracts which have processed over $500M of value, such as Synthetix’s EtherWrapper, perpetuals markets and the core contracts of tBTC v1.

My current goals:

  • Pursue the thing 2x bigger than my last. Focus on more longer-term projects. Why? Because it’s challenging.
  • Cultivate an interesting public library of content. Why? Because it’s important.
  • Learn mathematics (through physics). Why? Because it’s beautiful.