Public Key cryptography

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    A cryptographic system that involves pairs of keys: a public key that can be widely shared, and a private key that is confined to only the owner. Both are used to encrypt data when sending from one party to another, allwoing trustless transactions to be possible. The public key converts the data into an encrypted format, while the corresponding private key decrypts it for the recipient.

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    Justin Chan
    Dr Chan founded (DDI) and is the CEO for JCube Capital Partners. Specialized in strategy development, alternative data analytics and behavioral finance, Dr Chan also has extensive experience in investment management and financial services industries. Prior to forming JCube and DDI, Dr Chan served in the capacity of strategy development in multiple hedge funds, fintech companies, and also served as a senior quantitative strategist at GMO. A published author at professional journals in finance, Dr. Chan holds a Ph.D. degree in finance from UCLA.