PredictEV helps fans engage with sports betting in a risk-free and approachable way by playing a newly invented social prediction game powered by blockchain technology. PredictEV’s technology supports live, in-game predictions with conversational chat, as well as in-depth pre-game analysis.
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Meet the Team
Nate was previously a Senior Associate at Vault's #1 Ranked IP Boutique Law Firm. During that time, he had the privilege of counseling numerous technology companies, including industry leaders in telecommunications and medical technology. Now, having put together the PredictEV team, Nate is eager to bring blockchain technology to the masses in a consumer-friendly way.
Nate earned an Electrical Engineering degree from Rice University and a Juris Doctorate from The George Washington University Law School. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional / US.
Brian studied Computer Science and Market Efficiency Theory at Rice University, and concluded after school that only entrepreneurship, self-learning, and high-stakes competition were worthy of large investments of his time and energy.
In those 10 years, Brian has been part of multiple startups, had multiple 5-digit tournament poker wins, and has been engrossed in blockchain technology since 2011. PredictEV embodies his vision for disrupting the predictive information industry.
Andrew is a life-long technologist, learning to write code and build & network computers at a young age from his two software engineer parents.
Andrew is an Opower & Oracle alum, creating and leading the Opower operations team charged with managing mission-critical 3rd-party services with annual operations of more than $35MM. Andrew managed and recruited through Opower's hyper-growth, Opower's IPO (2014), & Oracle's acquisition (2016) before co-founding PredictEV.
Andrew has a Chemical Engineering degree from Tufts University and graduated as a 2018 Harold M. Williams fellow with an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management
Satya Tumati is a graduate student in Computer Science at UCLA with passion for data science, machine learning, and blockchain.
Satya previously worked for LinkedIn's Big Data team, SalesForce, and Instart Logic, having built and optimized ETL pipelines while researching blockchain technology in his spare time.
Brendan has been a devoted sports fan since seeing the thoroughbred his grandfather saved up for his whole life win its very first race.
Decades later, Brendan co-founded LeagueHeads, the #1 Google ranked Fantasy Sportsbook Game, after serving as marketing associate at TVG/Betfair. In addition, he operated as the Grassroots Chair for Generation Obama Los Angeles and subsequently as the CEO/Chief Creative of I Vote, a non-profit that produced and disseminated digital content to connect millennials to the power of their franchise.
Brendan earned a BFA in Screenwriting from USC's perennially top-ranked Film School. His grandfather's horse, Soaring Pleasure, never won another race.
Samidh Pratap Singh
After graduating with a Bachelors in Technology from a top tech school in India, Samidh worked for Texas Instruments designing analog signal processing circuits. It’s here he realized that creating successful technology requires not just an expertise in technology, but a wider understanding of society and business. He did an MBA from a top school in India where he developed an interest in Financial Economics. After graduating (in top 5% of the class), he chose to work on finance research problems at the same business school. He then moved to the finance department at UCLA Anderson School of Management to pursue a rigorous research training.
Samidh brings an exposure to finance and economics research, as well as, an understanding of business and technology. A common theme through his life has been the study of dissemination of information: he studied information theory and signal processing at the engineering school, and then, information economics first at the business school in India, and, then at UCLA Anderson.
Blockchain provides continuity in reputational systems and transactions, and, smart contracts provide a credible way to move control of the platform away from a central authority. Thus, PredictEV is one of the first credible ways of providing prediction markets at scale, as well as, democratizing control and economic benefits. Samidh is excited to be a part of this pioneering effort.
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We are interested in hearing from motivated candidates for front-end (REACT & REDUX), blockchain (C++/Graphene), UX/UI, sports marketing, sports wagering, and social networking applications.
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