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.
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
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