Founder of two failed start-ups, with three approved or pending patents and several scientific publications in first tier conferences and journals. He loves connecting business requirements with technology and building teams that deliver on time and with quality.

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09 May 2019 . tech . Navigating in the minefield of Token Offerings - Part 2 Comments

Last time we highlighted how critical trust is in a decentralized environment (ironically) and especially in Token Offerings. One aspect of the damaged trust between the end users and the decentralized ecosystem is cybersecurity. A decentralized system is usually built from many different building blocks (subsystems) and each one of them can have a negative impact on the overall system, when it gets compromised. A special category of building block is Smart Contracts. Smart Contracts are executable code that runs on a decentralized network, in an automated way. You can picture them as a vending machine that, once it’s programmed and filled with items, will keep serving the available items when someone drops a coin in it. Smart Contracts are the beating heart of a decentralized system. Αny...



  • October 2021 - today

    Engineering Manager @ Panther

  • June 2021 - September 2022

    Engineering Manager @ Orfium

  • November 2019 - May 2021

    Tech Lead @ Plum Fintech

  • November 2017 - October 2019

    Founder @ Blocktopus, a Plug and Play KYC/AML for Ethereum Smart Contracts

  • October 2014 - October 2017

    Software Engineer @ Microsoft Development Center Norway, working @ Office 365 backend services, with a focus on Security Engineering

  • October 2012 - September 2014

    Master studies @ Department of Informatics and Telecommunications on Software Engineering + Machine Learning researcher @ KDD lab

  • October 2011 - September 2012

    Computer Security Researcher @ CERN, developed linux kernel extensions to prevent cyber attacks

  • June 2010 - September 2010

    Created Pwn Mail, a Cydia iPhone app for spoofing emails. It served > 260,000 emails but it was discontinued after a legal threat by Steve Jobs

  • October 2007 - March 2012

    Bachelor studies @ Department of Informatics and Telecommunications on Computer Science and Telecomunications


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