Bryce Clemmer

Advisory Board Member

Bryce Clemmer is a seasoned blockchain/crypto entrepreneur who has founded, advised and invested in several disruptive technology companies.

Clemmer first became involved in the blockchain and digital currency space in 2010. In 2012, he founded Vadio which had more than 120 million monthly users and was the first video distribution platform that allowed music streaming services to incorporate music videos into their audio streams in real-time.

Clemmer was also an integral part of launching the first-generation iPhone at Apple and was part of the MIT/Stanford Venture Lab. He currently serves on the advisory board at Oregon State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and is also a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. Clemmer graduated with a degree in economics from Willamette University, where he also co-founded the Willamette University Investment Group.