OptDyn™, makers of Subutai™, the world’s first intelligent Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Cloud Computing platform, announced that Simon Cocking and Jeff Carr have joined the company’s Advisory Board.
As members of the OptDyn Advisory Board, Cocking and Carr will support the company’s leadership in providing advisory services on blockchain/cryptocurrency market and Cloud Computing. They join advisors David Rusling and Benedict O’Mahoney, who offer expertise in Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain law respectively.
“Simon and Jeff’s scope of knowledge will deliver tremendous value in bringing Subutai to the world,” said Jon “maddog” Hall, CEO of OptDyn. “We are fortunate to have such strong advisors to the OptDyn team, and look forward to their serving as ambassadors of the Subutai horde.”
Simon Cocking (Blockchain/Cryptocurrency Market)
Simon is the top-ranked individual of the 23K-member “People of Blockchain”, and is regularly named in Twitter “influencer” lists. He is Senior Editor at Irish Tech News, Editor in Chief at CryptoCoinNews, and writes for Sunday Business Post, Irish Times, Southern Star, IBM, G+D, and others. He has co-founded seven companies, and serves as a business mentor and advisor with 100+ successful ICOs to date. Cocking is a popular and in-demand public speaker at events that include TEDx, Web Summit, Dublin Tech Summit, and, in the last 12 months, has presented globally in Dubai, Singapore, Moscow, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Tbilisi, Riga, Porto, Dublin and Helsinki.
Jeff Carr (Cloud Computing)
Jeff is a noted free software advocate, entrepreneur, and founder of the stealth startup, Wit. Prior to Wit, he was the co-founder and Chief Architect of cloud infrastructure provider DigitalOcean, and the co-founder and CEO LinuxPPC. He is an active philanthropist, investor, mentor, and advisor to numerous industry-disrupting companies and emerging social initiatives.