Amber Baldet is that rare blockchain speaker who brings clarity—and personality—to these important, often opaque, new technologies. Baldet was blockchain program lead at JP Morgan and is CEO of Clovyr. A member of Fortune’s 40 Under 40, Baldet was named to The New York Times’ list of “People Leading the Blockchain Revolution” for her “unusual ability to bring together the corporate and hacker camps.” In keynotes, she looks at what blockchain means for your company, and explains how “an internet of value” may disrupt the global economy while making life better for everyone.
“Amber Baldet handily bridges the divide between Wall Street and the crypto set.”— Fortune 40 Under 40
In terms of blockchain speakers, Amber Baldet offers unparalleled insight. “The work I did at JP Morgan exposed me to a breadth of perspectives,” she told Glamour for its feature, “Cryptocurrency is Not Just a Boys Club.” Those perspectives come from working with investment banks, central banks, Fortune 100s, corporations, startups, cypherpunks, hackers, and hardcore blockchain developers. “I have a relatively unique view on where we are going.”
Amber Baldet is the CEO of Clovyr. Think of it as an app store for various, competing approaches to blockchains, helping consumers, developers, and businesses explore blockchain-based, decentralized technologies. Prior to the startup world, she led JP Morgan’s Blockchain Center of Excellence—one of Wall Street’s first high-profile initiatives to harness blockchain technologies. There, she helped develop Quorum, which “has since become one of the most popular places for corporations and governments to start building blockchain projects” (Times). In March of 2019, Baldet will be a Featured Speaker at Austin’s SXSW Festival, talking about how to “bridge the divide between Wall Street and the crypto sets.”
Since its founding, Baldet has served as the Chair of the Financial Industry Working Group within the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. She is a popular speaker who has delivered speeches at SXSW, MIT, Wharton, Harvard, Cornell, EthCC, Defcon, Money 20/20, Consensus, and other venues. She has also been named to CoinDesk’s 10 Most Influential in Blockchain and is the recipient of the Microsoft Award for Corporate Innovation.