Guido Molinari is a multi-industry business leader and entrepreneur who has co-founded ventures in the blockchain, consumer goods and retail space. He leads the firm's relationships with academic institutions, corporates, investment funds, and government entities, which includes work with Columbia Business School, UC Berkeley, IBM, Microsoft, Pantera Capital, Polychain Capital, DARPA, and the World Economic Forum. He is a member of the Economic Advisory Council at the Algorand Foundation. He is a former investment banker at Merrill Lynch and has been a visiting lecturer in entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School and the London School of Economics, and an Imperial College Master in Innovation business coach. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Guido holds a BA in International Economics & Management from Bocconi University, a Graduate Diploma in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a joint MSc in International Management from HEC Paris and the London School of Economics. Most recently, he completed the Executive Education program at MIT Sloan in “Blockchain Technologies, Business Innovation and Applications”.
Recent speaking appearances include Consensus, the Global Blockchain Energy Conference, Korea Blockchain Week, and Yale University
Blockchain Needs Users and Economics Can Help
Guido Molinari discusses the role of economics in driving user adoption for blockchain platforms.
Enterprise Blockchain: The Path to Monetization
Guido Molinari discusses the way enterprise blockchain projects can move from being cost centers to profit centers.