Founded 2+ startups
I am a Caltech graduate with a degree in Computational Neural Systems and a special skill in developing massively parallel, fault tolerant designs. My cofounder, another Silicon Valley veteran, and I have developed a game changing technology in the programmable cryptomining industry. 2 years in development, this is an AI style fabric supercomputer on a chip that will completely replace GPUs for mining just like GPUs displaced CPUs in 2010.
This is a $6 billion dollar industry and we can take the entire market. We are looking for assistance to raise capital in order to tapeout on Samsung's 7nm process technology. This company will be a unicorn when the product is made. All we need is the money to make it happen.
“It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong.” - Dick Feynman
Sawasdee Shop (operator of Dee Money)
January 2003 - January 2008
As CTO I created and deployed Thailand's largest VoIP carrier, processing over 100 million minutes per month at its peak. The company was later received a retail license and became a major calling card provider, and today is Thailand's only non bank owned outward remittance service.
January 2009 - January 2015
As CTO of World Moto I led the team that created the world's only fully ruggedized meter for motorcycle taxis. Eventually becoming a public company in the USA, the company was valued at over $30 million at its peak.
October 2017 - Today
Leading the movement to bring digital mining into the 21st century. With an architecture that will completely replace GPUs for the programmable mining sector, XTend Online's Hyperminer will become the new standard for a $6 billion industry. With an AI like custom fabric optimized from the transistor level up to solve mining problems, it is 10x - 20x faster than competing solutions. And the architecture is designed for the future, where AI training will merge with blockchain mining to become the same space.
Computational Neural Systems
1988 - 1992