Paradigm
Matt Huang
Co-Founder & Managing Partner

Matt Huang

Matt Huang is co-founder and Managing Partner at Paradigm. Previously, Matt was a partner at Sequoia Capital focusing on early-stage venture investments including leading the firm’s cryptocurrency efforts. Matt was the founder and CEO of Hotspots, a YCombinator company acquired by Twitter in 2012, and angel investor in companies such as Bytedance and Instacart. He purchased his first Bitcoin from MtGox in 2012. Matt holds a B.S. in Mathematics from MIT.

Written by Matt

Paradigm’s New Chief Technology Officer

Like many of our best decisions at Paradigm, the decision to hire Georgios Konstantopoulos in 2020 began in the spirit of experimentation. We knew that great crypto/Web3 engineering talent was scarce. []

by Matt Huang on Nov 24, 2021

Paradigm’s New Venture Fund

We started Paradigm in 2018 with two strongly-held beliefs. First, that despite being in the midst of a “winter,” crypto was poised to be one of the most important technical and []

by Matt Huang on Nov 15, 2021

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