Hey Degens! I go by Father Time - I'm a serial Founder, LP Fund Manager, and financial professional working full-time providing banking & financial services to the largest crypto institutions while helping to manage the largest US deposit book for the industry. Since joining the crypto industry in late 2017, I have advised multiple projects and enjoyed incubating multiple DAO's from inception (Grim Syndicate, Droid Capital, Time Traders, etc.). I have a bachelor's in Economics but I wiped my ass w/ that piece of paper a long time ago..
From the Ape's mouth Why I want to be on the Student Council
I'd like to generate revenue for the DAOO. While I am able to assist in any other areas relevant to the DAOO, I believe my experience is best focused on the financial side of things. This might look like DeFi integrations (MEV running, lending pools, etc. (I have worked collaborations with Marinade & Solend in the past)), delta-neutral investing, managing portfolio allocations, general revenue-driving collaborations, and operational budgeting.All in - we're degens.
I'd like to lean into an unhealthy obsession with spending money for the benefit of DAOO holders & a healthy obsession with making it.
A few questions we have What do you think about....
- What do you love most about the Degeniverse?
We're a f*cking blue chip community, what's not to love?
- What skillset or experience do you have that sets you apart from other candidates, and how do you plan to utilize it for the benefit of the community?
Please see above. My full-time experience working with both institutional Web 3 corporations and personal experience in the space speaks for itself.
- What would a successful 120 day term look like to you, i.e. what do you hope the council will be able to accomplish?
At the end of my 120-day term, I would like to establish a financial framework that is sustainable long after my term is over. It has been apparent that the DAOO is underfunded and the official DAA team lacks professional business experience - I'd like to use my strengths to address that weakness. Another point I'd like to touch on is the fact that I've drafted multiple DAO governance documents for other projects - I look forward to sitting down with the DAOO Student Council and gathering their feedback to help overhaul the current processes we have in order to solve some of the bottlenecks we're currently experiencing as a community.