Doctor On Demand co-founder moves to blockchain asset management startup

Julie Spitzer -

Digital healthcare leaders, like Doctor On Demand co-founder Adam Jackson, are transitioning to roles at up-and-coming blockchain companies, including Cambrian Asset Management, a firm that focuses on digital assets of cryptographic blockchains.

Cambrian, which publicly announced its launch in a news release on Medium Nov. 27, claims to take a research-driven, rules-based system to invest in blockchain assets. The company will provide insight and advice to investors as blockchain becomes more prominent in the economy.

"Since the early '90s, information moved onto the Internet via the web and apps, disrupting incumbent media and retail companies and creating trillions of dollars in new Internet-specific entities," reads the announcement. "We believe blockchain technologies present a similar potential for a multitude of assets over the coming decades."

Here are three of Cambrian's managing partners.

1. Adam Jackson, who co-found Doctor On Demand and invested in a number of early blockchain startups, will serve as chief technology officer.

2. Martin Green began his career at Morgan Stanley before joining CNET, then Meebo — a Google company — will serve as co-CIO. He has invested in tech companies for the last five years.

3. Jay Posner will join Mr. Green as co-CIO. As a hedge fund portfolio manager, Mr. Posner oversaw a $1 billion portfolio at the $35 billion hedge fund Millennium Partners.

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