In this episode we sit down with Mike and Ryan Alfred, brothers and Co-Founders of Digital Assets Data, a fintech and data company building enterprise-grade software and data feeds for crypto hedge funds and other market participants.
These Harvard and Stanford alums take us through the rise and successful exit of their first company BrightScope, what it’s like working with multiple siblings for a second time in a high-growth startup and why the need for higher quality information and more sophisticated tools to track and manage investments, conduct due diligence, and make trading decisions is paramount for the digital asset space to succeed.
Mike Alfred, CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Assets Data
Mike is co-founder and CEO of Digital Assets Data. He is a persistent and driven business leader, previously holding the position of Co-founder and CEO of Brightscope, Inc., which was acquired by Strategic Insight in 2016. He received his bachelor’s degree in History from Stanford University. He lives in Denver, CO with his family and enjoys participating in local ultramarathons.
Ryan Alfred, President and Co-Founder of Digital Assets Data
Ryan is President of Digital Assets Data. He is also a co-founder of Distributed Global, where he holds a seat on the Investment Committee. Previously, he was Co-founder, President and COO of Brightscope, Inc. He has been included in Forbes’ “Top 30 under 30” in Finance, and the Smart Money “Power 30”. Ryan received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard University.