“With 15 years of experience in the digital field, I mainly worked as a Project Manager, on e-commerce and UX Design oriented missions. Currently specialized in training and consulting related to Blockchain technology, I discovered Bitcoin in 2011 following the international banking blockade against Wikileaks and I opened my first wallet in 2015 to learn how to use it.

Although an early adopter, it’s only in 2019, after joining the Apple Developer Academy, that I became seriously interested in the uses of blockchain. During my training in iOS project management, I actively participated in the prototyping of a DApp intended to certify professional documents via Ethereum, and it’s by documenting myself on Smart Contracts, that I become aware of the ineluctable potential of this technology, that’s why in 2020, I decided to join the Ethereum Foundation community to become an active member of this ecosystem.

On the sidelines of trending topics such as DeFi, NFTs or the Metaverse, I claim to be close to the cypherpunks’ values and I advocate the evolution of decentralized technologies, both from a hacktivist and business point of view.”

“In for the tech.”

In order to lead conferences and trainings on the economic, business and social impact of Blockchain technology, I founded a company called Tech Flooz.

I mainly work in Paris where I live, but I can easily travel anywhere and work in an office or remotely.

I can lead your events on the following topics:


To really understand Blockchain, you need to dive into the history of the internet and understand the visionary approach of the Cypherpunks, these precursors of the digital world who developed cryptographic processes in order to circumvent intrusion into our private sphere. Today, besides Bitcoin, there is a significant amount of blockchains and altcoins with visionary projects.


It is important to know the specificities of cryptoassets to imagine the future of the internet by having assimilated the different uses provided by blockchains. In the near future, Blockchain will modify our uses, cryptography and smart contracts are gonna replace intermediaries and transparency will act as a guarantee of trust and this, will have a strong impact on many activities such as : art, finance, medicine, trade, education, legal, politics…


Bitcoin is the genesis of what we are experiencing in the crypto universe, and it is incredibly exciting! I consider decentralization as a logical continuation of the evolution of the internet but I admire the utopian ambition of Satoshi Nakamoto to create digital cash independent of any state authority, because from a niche adoption, he’s gradually expanding his vision. Bitcoin’s opensource code enables experimentation with decentralized service alternatives across all industries.


DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) use blockchain technology to manage business decisions and finances. DAO members can vote on important decisions and financial transactions are recorded on the blockchain to ensure transparency and immutability. DAOs can be used for a number of applications, such as software development projects or community investments. However, there are challenges for DAOs in terms of governance and legal compliance.

WIKI CryptoChemists

In January 2021, with Glenn Rolland, research engineer, expert in cybersecurity and personal data protection, we created “CryptoChemists” a community of builders to reflect on the evolution of P2P technologies.


In July 2022, with Benoit Kulesza and Xavier Charpentier, we launched Web3TalentFair the 1st EthCCweek Talent Fair. Through our one-day event, we aim to promote jobs on the Web3, facilitate in-person networking and streamline the recruitment process for job seekers and employers, which will drive growth and success. of the Web3 ecosystem.


In July 2022, the educational book and game Wallcrypt will be released. The book is a collaboration between 60 blockchain experts in which Glenn Rolland and I wrote a 7-page chapter entitled “Cypherpunks, precursors of the blockchain in the name of digital freedoms.”


As an active member of the blockchain ecosystem, I participate in many events as a speaker or spectator, which is why I enjoy collecting POAPs. (Proof Of Attendance Protocol) is NFTs given to reward community events attendees.

My investor profile:

As a Hodler, I mainly support these 3 blockchains: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Polkadot.

Even though I trade some Altcoins to identify different market cycles, my portfolio is mostly made up of cryptoassets that I buy to support the associated blockchains. If more investors focus on technology rather than volatility, I strongly believe the market can get rid of the scammers and convince skeptical users that decentralized alternatives are more useful than they say.

We often hear that Ethereum is a rival of Bitcoin, but the 2 projects are totally different and in no way compete with each other, on the contrary, they are complementary

If Bitcoin is for me the flagship network in terms of crypto cash transactions, I consider Ethereum as the flagship blockchain for the development of decentralized services. In my opinion, it is the most complementary blockchain to Bitcoin and the most developed network to last over time.

Polkadot blockchain was initiated by Dr Gavin Wood, co-founder of Ethereum and designer of the programming language Solidity.

While there are other blockchains working on network interoperability such as Cosmos, I believe that Gavin Wood, as a renowned engineer and cryptographer in his field, is best suited to gather a creative community able to develop a decentralized blockchain that can act as a link between the different networks of the Web3 ecosystem.