A 27-year-old PhD holder has a plan to make blockchain mainstream

Loi Luu is a 27-year-old Vietnamese PhD graduate in computer science from the National University of Singapore. He did research on cryptocurrencies and the security of smart contracts – a crucial feature in any blockchain that allows the automatic exchange of assets. He is also the CEO and co-founder of Kyber Network, a Singapore-headquartered exchange for cryptocurrencies that, with just a prototype, raised US$52 million worth of Ether in an ICO.

The startup is building a simple-to-use and completely decentralized exchange (DEX) that lives entirely on the blockchain. The exchange aims to convert one cryptocurrency to another within seconds and can be integrated into all kinds of decentralized apps to allow the seamless conversion of digital assets.

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