Ryu Coin, a skill-based wagering platform built on NEO, has announced that “VC veteran” Paul Hsu has joined its advisory board.
It’s claimed that Paul Hsu has spent over sixteen years working in Silicon Valley with numerous technology growth companies, including a tenure at Zynga, a social gaming company for six years. At Zynga, Hsu specialized in strategy and corporate development in Asian markets; Hsu also helped design the company’s product roadmap in preparation for its initial public offering.
Hsu also has experience in the venture capital market with investing and advising early-stage companies. Hsu worked at NeoCarta Ventures, which is described as a technology and communications venture fund. In his role at NeoCarta Ventures, Hsu was responsible for the investment and management activities of the enterprise. Hsu was part of some of the company’s successful exits and acquirers such as “Microsoft, Boeing, Siemens, Cobalt Group, Tibco, Donovan Data Systems, and Computer Associates.”
Some of Hsu’s other roles include the position of chief operating officer at Homepolish “a venture backed technology enabled platform for premium design and renovation services.” Hsu also held a similar title at Fancy, a “social shopping marketplace where consumers discover and buy amazing goods curated by its fifteen million user base of trendsetters and influencers.”
Paul’s current role is CEO and founder and Decasonic, described as a “venture operating company investing in and building the next generation consumer platforms and blockchain technologies.” Decasonic is reportedly working with early-stage technology innovators.
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