AT THE CROSSROADS OF THREE WORLDS
One day, three game-theory enthusiasts with very different backgrounds decided to found a company around one main topic: TRUST.
A seasoned developer, a lawyer and litigator, and a communications expert joined their effort to build the Internet of tomorrow by developing avant-garde tools, both philosophically and technically.
Mutual Knowledge Systems also has its advisors, junior developers and other team-members, meet the MuKn band !
Founder, Senior lead developer
Co-Founder, has been making programming languages and distributed systems usable for 25 years. Alumnus of the École Normale Supérieure, Former Senior Engineer at ITA Software, he also worked at Google and Bridgewater Associates.
While working in the industry, he notably maintained and rewrote ASDF, the build system at the heart of the Common Lisp open source community; he also kept publishing academic papers and speaking at programming language conferences; early in his career, he even proved in Coq the correctness of a (centralized) payment protocol.
Eventually, his interests in economics and software security converged with his experience in open source software and formal methods and he started working on Layer 2 solutions for the Blockchain. Since January 2018, he has made plenty of mistakes as co-founder of startups, and learned the hard way to become his own CEO.
Co-Founder, has always thought fast, but learned to think deep and sharp at UChicago. After studying law at Pepperdine, he spent nearly fifteen years guiding executives and decision makers through litigation, in matters ranging from shoplifting and speeding tickets to multi-forum international investment bank disputes.
His practice honed his ability to quickly assimilate and master new information, and deliver that information clearly at any level of sophistication. Tiring of courthouses, he found his skills were readily applicable and desperately needed in the blockchain space.
Founder, Communications expert
Co-Founder, has been a seasoned coach, psychotherapist and instructor in communication and management.
He doubled his career as a media expert (film and software producer, then e-marketing manager).
He participated in the development of a few blockchains, for entities such as the Free Republic of Liberland, and worked on decentralized justice systems, tokenization of governance, and of course crypto-currencies.
His work in the MuKn ecosystem is to take care of every aspect related to communications and human issues, both within the company and with customers and partners, for awareness of human-related safety risks are often dramatically underestimated in the blockchain space.
Drew Crampsie is an independent systems developer with over 20 years of experience in designing, implementing and maintaining Internet based applications and servers with a focus on “bleeding edge” Web Apps.
Drew is a seasoned user in non-mainstream languages and tech to bring useful IT Systems to his clients.
After graduating in 2005 from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Emeka Nwanko worked for several companies as a Field Engineer or Operations Manager, such as Schlumberger Nigeria or Northern Oilfield Services and Supplies.
He also worked for Satajanus Nigeria Limited as a software developer in the field of Blockchain industry, both in C# and F#, but also in Rust and Solidity.
He also offers free programming classes as a teacher.
Significant experience advising companies on a number of strategic alternatives and ongoing business operations. Has over $25 billion of M&A, restructuring and capital markets experience, with a special emphasis on telecom, technology/SaaS and industrial companies.
An Electronics engineer and an MBA in Supply Chain Finance, Rohan has been working in B2B Account – Customer Relationship Management from last 11 years.
Technical & sales documentation
Zoe Braiterman has experience ranging from cyber security, data science, system architecture and product development.
She is active in the open source cyber security ecosystem, and is passionate about helping startups to scale.