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Marthe Naudts


Born in Belgium, and growing up in London, I have travelled to over 50 countries, from Iran, to Japan, to North Korea, to Cuba.

I studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University, where I wrote my thesis on algorithmic politics and Facebook’s prosumer model. After graduating, I continued to get deeper into tech companies and worked at the Oxford Internet Institute on the advertising models of digital personal assistants like Amazon’s Alexa. It was there I discovered the wonders of Web3 and the potential of peer-to-peer models, and I’ve been fascinated by crypto ever since.

I’ve always been a big reader, and eventually writer too. As a student I founded the Oxford Business Review, and managed an EdTech NGO branch that reached seven million readers. My favourite authors are Steinbeck, Hemingway, Angelou, and Dostoevsky. The only book I’ll ever reread multiple times is Wharton’s Ethan Frome. 

In my spare time, I’m either on stage or watching. I grew up acting in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and currently spend a lot of my spare time in local Soho theatres. During the pandemic when stages were closed, I learned the piano alongside my 8-year-old brother. He’s already better than me, but I help him reach the pedals.

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