Jason Meyers has broad based investment banking and venture capital experience. Having served for 30 years on the sell side, buy side and the issuer side, Jason brings a significant amount of real world use case and business experience to the Blockchain space. Jason led hundreds of initial public offerings, secondary offerings and private placements in a broad range of industries including biotech and healthcare, technology, software and financial services. Jason founded Vestcomp Ventures, in 2012 and focuses exclusively on the incubation and acceleration of Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies. Jason founded one of the first FinTech investment banks in 2006. He built the world’s first regulatory compliant multi-jurisdictional automated equity compensation plan administration infrastructure platform. His clients included Facebook, Kayak, Steve Madden, Rowan Cos and SIMS Metal Management. Jason also built one of the first automated quantitative fundamental research platforms which provided actionable research on over 11,000 public companies around the world. Jason has chaired audit committees for private and public companies. His experience lends a substantial amount of insight into the architecture of AuditChain. Jason Co-Founded AuditChain in April of 2017 as the result of a long and extensive observation of what he believed to be significant deficiencies in traditional standard accounting and audit practices. Jason believed that the field of accounting, audit and financial statement presentation was a sitting duck for disruption when he first read Ian Grigg’s theory of triple entry accounting. Jason spends a significant amount of his time examining the complexities, dislocations and time lag between transaction occurrence, recording, treatment and reporting. His findings are shaping the architecture of solutions that he believes will lead to new standards of transparency and frequency of reporting in the field of accounting, audit and disclosure.