Dang Du

Dang Du is a cryptocurrency journalist and blockchain strategist. After graduating from Johns Hopkins (A&S 2009), he spent several years at the US Treasury and Federal Reserve, where his work spanned housing finance, financial reforms and monetary policy implementation. Now he focuses on how tech can transform society. He’s active at hackathons, while working with clients to redesign the sharing economy, programmatic advertising, digital health, alternative finance, and other social impact areas.

In the urgent search for multipronged, coordinated solutions to the opioid epidemic ravaging the U.S., blockchain might be just the powerful weapon we need.