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Amber Baldet handily bridges the divide between Wall Street and the crypto set.Fortune 40 Under 40
Baldet is the co-founder and CEO of Clovyr, an organization which helps consumers, developers, and businesses implement the decentralized technologies which will help us take back our data and restore our digital privacy. Prior to the startup world, she led JP Morgan’s Blockchain Center of Excellence—one of Wall Street’s first high-profile initiatives to harness blockchain technologies. There, she helped develop Quorum, which “has since become one of the most popular places for corporations and governments to start building blockchain projects” (Times). “I have a relatively unique view on where we’re going,” she says of her ability to bring together the corporate and hacker camps. In fact, she was a Featured Speaker on the subject at Austin’s SXSW Festival in 2019, explaining how to “bridge the divide between Wall Street and the crypto sets.”
Since its founding, Baldet has served as the Chair of the Financial Industry Working Group within the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. She has delivered speeches at SXSW, MIT, Wharton, Harvard, Cornell, EthCC, Defcon, Money 20/20, Consensus, and other prestigious events. She has also been named to CoinDesk’s 10 Most Influential in Blockchain and is the recipient of the Microsoft Award for Corporate Innovation.
As we become more aware of the threats to our data, how can we actually protect it? In this talk, Amber Baldet, CEO of Clovyr, goes into the internet’s history, today’s significant issues, and what we can do to protect our data today and save the future of the internet.
Amber’s talk is packed with information that will transform how you see the internet. Customized based on the audience, she goes into topics like decentralization and Web 3.0 to data privacy and the evolving business models of Internet companies. Amber breaks down each point and makes it accessible to any audience. With solid, actionable steps, she calls for a re-evaluation of our approach to the internet and emphasizes the importance of collaborative interoperability over adversarial tactics. “We’re only doomed to repeat history if we don’t learn from it,” says Amber.