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From the USA Daniel has spent the last seven years building Blockchain solutions. Daniel studied at the University of Michigan where he worked at Bitbox, one of the first cryptocurrency exchanges in the USA. Daniel subsequently cofounded the College Cryptocurrency Network (now Blockchain Education Network) a nonprofit that provided Blockchain educational initiatives at Universities in over 10 countries.
In 2014 Daniel received a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a Blockchain solution in Ghana which ultimately led to the concept of Seso. This experience has provided valuable expertise in the land administration and financial inclusion implementation.
From Cambridge (UK) Phillip Co-founded Seso Global with Daniel Bloch in August 2017. Phillip spent seven years working in finance for UBS Wealth Management where he helped generated bespoke investment strategies for Ultra-High-Net-Worth African based Clients.
This experience helped him develop an extensive business network across the African continent.
He was subsequently appointed as General Manager at Anglo African Enterprises, an IT Consultancy based in Mauritius, where he ran Anglo African Ventures, their Corporate Ventures division (2016). His mandate was to invest in UK based fintech start-ups and sell the technologies into African based financial institutions.
Phillip holds an MBA from Imperial College London (2014 – 15) where he specialized in Corporate Finance and Venture Capital. He holds the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) from the University of Law and is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (Level 4). He holds a Double Honours Degree in History and Law from Leicester University and Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge).
Dr Maria Vigliotti is a leading expert in computing with a vast experience in security, cryptography, blockchains, and training in academic and non-academic environments.
She has several years of experience in formal verification of code for concurrent systems in safety and critical applications in the nuclear industry and academia.
Maria has led the development of the Cyber security strategy for the UK railway, and worked on the cryptographic attacks on the European Railway Traffic Management Systems (ERTMS), the new European railway signalling system.
She is an experienced web-penetrations testers, and has successful worked with several technical teams across Europe.
Maria has worked with researchers at Imperial College London on research projects on the security audit of smart contracts on blockchain.
Maria had led investigations on the economic and legislative aspects of Initial Coins Offerings with the Centre for Blockchain Technology (CBT) at University College London.
Maria is a Chief Editor of the academic journal “Frontiers on Blockchain” (special topic Smart Contract), and she is a member of the United Kingdom All Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain.
Maria is also a member of the DLT/001 “Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology” working group at the British Standard Institute (BSI) that feeds into the International Standard Organisation (ISO) TC3 307.
Maria holds a PhD in Computing from Imperial College London and she has published over thirty papers in peer-reviewed and refereed international academic journals and conferences.
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