Albert Ski
Chief Research Officer

Albert is a computing scientist, software engineer, entrepreneur, researcher, analyst, and thinker. He has been a technology consultant since 2002 and has worked as an engineer for Motorola. He was also the CTO of Go2together, a startup that connects drivers with passengers to lessen traffic congestion.

Albert's foray into Bitcoin started with reading Satoshi Nakamoto's whitepaper. Since then he has mined, traded, and coded servies for Bitcoin. He possesses in-depth practical knowledge of cryptocurrencies and is particularly interested in the theoretical exploration and application of Blockchain technology.

Albert has recently won a scholarship from the University Nicosia in Cypress and is undertaking their Master's program in Digital Currencies, the first university program of its kind anywhere in the world.