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@jiayaoqi – Founder of AltLayer.

> What is hidden under the mask of the founder of @alt_layer

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@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 1/ Yaoqi Jia is the founder of Alt Research and @alt_layer Network, an elastic and versatile scaling protocol for Web3. Before 2022, He was the director/GM of Parity Asia, which provides blockchain infrastructure (say OpenEthereum and Polkadot) for the decentralised Web.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 2/ He's selected to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list, 2019. Prior to that, He was the co-founder of Zilliqa. He led the efforts of designing and building the very first public blockchain platform with full-fledged sharding features including network/transaction etc.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 3/ Meanwhile, He drived the collaboration with Xfers on the stablecoin initiative for Southeast Asia StraitsX. He also participated in blockchain projects with Mindshare, Singapore Exchange, Hg Exchange, etc.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 4/ Before 2018, He was a Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore. He got Ph.D. in School of Computing at NUS in 2017.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 5/ His research interests span the areas of blockchain security, distributed system security, web security/privacy, and network security.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 6/ He have proposed solutions to secure the web infrastructure from two perspectives – networking and system, e.g., addressing privacy / consensus issues in web overlays and identifying new attacks/vulnerabilities in web browsers.

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 7/ His research work has been published in CCS, USENIX Security, PETS, RAID, ESORICS etc. He have received the Best Paper Award in W2SP (2014) and ICECCS (2014).

@jiayaoqi @alt_layer @Dorothy_defi 8/ His work got acknowledged by various vendors including Google and Apple (CVE-2014-7948 for Chrome and CVE-2015-5907 for Safari), as well as received attention from the media including Dailydot, Gizmodo and Techspot.

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