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

Expanding our Research Team

7.16.2021 | Matt Huang

At Paradigm, we have always been focused on finding special people, whether it’s the entrepreneurs we back, or the people we bring onto our team. We value slope over intercept, [→]

Funding Bitcoin development

7.1.2020 | Matt Huang

Significant value is stored in Bitcoin (at $150B+ market cap), yet Bitcoin software is maintained by a relatively small group of developers. Large corporations like Google or Boeing have legions [→]

Bitcoin for the open-minded skeptic

5.11.2020 | Matt Huang

Originally published as a report for institutional investors: PDF Bitcoin has grown from idea (2008), to working system (2009), to its first real-world use at <$0.01 per coin (2010), to a [→]

7 Things To Read About Bitcoin (For Institutional Investors)

5.1.2020 | Matt Huang

After some quiet years, Bitcoin is top of mind again. We recently published a paper ("Bitcoin for the Open-Minded Skeptic") to help demystify Bitcoin for a new cohort of investors. [→]