Chicago DeFi Alliance

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Chicago DeFi Alliance (CDA)
Founded 2020
Headquarters Chicago, IL, USA
Key People Imran Khan, co-founder, general partner at Volt Capital; Peter Johnson, co-founder, principal at Jump Capital; Colleen Sullivan, co-founder, partner and CEO at CMT Digital Holding; W. Graham Harper, co-founder, head of public policy at DRW; Brian Melville, co-founder, director of strategy at Cumberland DRW; Brad Koeppen, co-founder, head of BD and trading at CMT Digital; Sunayna Tuteja, mentor, head of digital assets at TD Ameritrade
Employees 10-20
Products Blockchain and digital asset business advisory services
Website CDA Homepage

The Chicago DeFi Alliance (CDA) is an organization that offers business advisory services to cryptocurrency and blockchain startups.[1]

Overview

The CDA was founded in 2020 by representatives from a number of prominent trading firms operating in Chicago, including Jump Capital, Cumberland DRW, CMT Digital, TD Ameritrade, Volt Capital, and the DeFi startup Compound.[2] The organization was started during the coronavirus pandemic, during which time the majority of Chicago - as well as the world - suffered from n[3]

Key People

  • Imran Khan - co-founder, general partner at Volt Capital
  • Peter Johnson - co-founder, principal at Jump Capital
  • Colleen Sullivan - co-founder, partner and CEO at CMT Digital Holding
  • W. Graham Harper - co-founder, head of public policy at DRW
  • Brian Melville - co-founder, director of strategy at Cumberland DRW
  • Brad Koeppen - co-founder, head of BD and trading at CMT Digital
  • Sunayna Tuteja - mentor, head of digital assets at TD Ameritrade

References