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Nathan Windsor
Founder & Lead Researcher
Nathan Windsor has worked in the NYC blockchain space since 2016 and also founded Macroscape as a bespoke blockchain consultancy and development shop. He has established partnerships in the blockchain space worldwide. The company has worked with Menlo One, RChain, Cofound.It, and SureRemit. As a member of the Blockchain Token Association, Macroscape seeks to build a sustainable future through DLT technology in its spoke projects in verticals such as the stock market and its AR gaming scavenger hunt, Secrets.

Nathan graduated from Cornell University in three years and worked as a music therapist in NYC for 6 years before moving to code and blockchain.
Eugene Fine
CTO
Eugene is a seasoned technology executive and systems architect, an expert in agile and lean start-up methodologies, with more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of product development and management of information systems. He is engaged with a number of start-up companies in Chicagoland area in CTO and Technology Advisory capacities. Eugene founded Consider It Done Technologies in 2016 to focus on blockchain related technologies and projects. Eugene is heavily engaged with start-up community and is currently contributing his time as a technology mentor at 1871, a Chicago based accelerator.
Dr. Alex Cahana
Lead Medical Researcher
Dr. Cahana focuses on the impact of technological innovations within the health care industry. Alex is the Director of Medical Affairs at the Center for Lawful Access and Abuse Deterrence (CLAAD), and the Subject Matter Expert for the Defense Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM). He is an affiliate Professor in Science Technology and Health Studies and adjunct Professor in Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington (UW). Alex promotes measurement-based care as standard of care in Pain Medicine and is a subject matter expert to the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, and is involved in State and Federal legislation to improve pain care.
Elisa Jimenez
Creative Director
Elisa's work has been worn by Serena Williams, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Lopez, and Naomi Campbell.

When she was 17, she was considered by the National Foundation for the Arts as one of the top 500 most promising young artists in America. Her work was shown in the Barbican, one of the largest performing arts centers in London, from October 10-Decenber 27 2002 as part of Chris Townsend’s exhibit Rapture: Art's Seduction by Fashion Since 1970. She was also featured in the book by the same name.

Ms. Jimenez has been doing this work in NYC for 24 years. Called “an avatar” by Paper magazine, she is one of the foremost artists in the NYC avant-garde scene, which is she is considered an influencer and an innovator.


Holly Solomon sold Ms. Jimenez’ work in her gallery. Solomon was one of the heavy hitter gallerists who changed the landscape of Contemporary Art. She represented iconic artists Andy Warhol, Nam June Paik, and William Wegman.
The Team
The Macroscape team are  an experienced group of innovators and influencers in their respective fields. Some of them started their own companies in  disparate verticals. While we work remotely, we are centered in Brooklyn.
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The Team
The Macroscape team are  an experienced group of innovators and influencers in their respective fields. Some of them started their own companies in  disparate verticals. While we work remotely, we are centered in Brooklyn.
Nathan Windsor
Founder & Lead Researcher
Nathan Windsor has worked in the NYC blockchain space since 2016 and also founded Macroscape as a bespoke blockchain consultancy and development shop. He has established partnerships in the blockchain space worldwide. The company has worked with Menlo One, RChain, Cofound.It, and SureRemit. As a member of the Blockchain Token Association, Macroscape seeks to build a sustainable future through DLT technology in its spoke projects in verticals such as the stock market and its AR gaming scavenger hunt, Secrets.

Nathan graduated from Cornell University in three years and worked as a music therapist in NYC for 6 years before moving to code and blockchain.
John Moon
CTO
Eugene is a seasoned technology executive and systems architect, an expert in agile and lean start-up methodologies, with more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of product development and management of information systems. He is engaged with a number of start-up companies in Chicagoland area in CTO and Technology Advisory capacities. Eugene founded Consider It Done Technologies in 2016 to focus on blockchain related technologies and projects. Eugene is heavily engaged with start-up community and is currently contributing his time as a technology mentor at 1871, a Chicago based accelerator.
Dr. Alex Cahana
Lead Medical Researcher
Dr. Cahana focuses on the impact of technological innovations within the health care industry. Alex is the Director of Medical Affairs at the Center for Lawful Access and Abuse Deterrence (CLAAD), and the Subject Matter Expert for the Defense Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM). He is an affiliate Professor in Science Technology and Health Studies and adjunct Professor in Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington (UW). Alex promotes measurement-based care as standard of care in Pain Medicine and is a subject matter expert to the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, and is involved in State and Federal legislation to improve pain care.
Elisa Jimenez
Creative Director
Elisa's work has been worn by Serena Williams, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Lopez, and Naomi Campbell.

When she was 17, she was considered by the National Foundation for the Arts as one of the top 500 most promising young artists in America. Her work was shown in the Barbican, one of the largest performing arts centers in London, from October 10-Decenber 27 2002 as part of Chris Townsend’s exhibit Rapture: Art's Seduction by Fashion Since 1970. She was also featured in the book by the same name.

Ms. Jimenez has been doing this work in NYC for 24 years. Called “an avatar” by Paper magazine, she is one of the foremost artists in the NYC avant-garde scene, which is she is considered an influencer and an innovator.


Holly Solomon sold Ms. Jimenez’ work in her gallery. Solomon was one of the heavy hitter gallerists who changed the landscape of Contemporary Art. She represented iconic artists Andy Warhol, Nam June Paik, and William Wegman.
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Nathan Windsor
Founder & Lead Researcher
Nathan Windsor has worked in the NYC blockchain space since 2016 and also founded Macroscape as a bespoke blockchain consultancy. and development shop. He has established partnerships in the blockchain space worldwide. The company has worked with Menlo One, RChain, Cofound.it, and SureRemit. As a member of the Blockchain Token Association, Macroscape seeks to build a sustainable future through DLT technology in its spoke projects in verticals such as the stock market and its AR gaming scavenger hunt, Secrets.

Nathan graduated from Cornell University in three years and worked as a music therapist in NYC for 6 years before moving to code and blockchain.
Eugene Fine
CTO
Eugene is a seasoned technology executive and systems architect, an expert in agile and lean start-up methodologies, with more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of product development and management of information systems. He is engaged with a number of start-up companies in Chicagoland area in CTO and Technology Advisory capacities. Eugene founded Consider It Done Technologies in 2016 to focus on blockchain related technologies and projects. Eugene is heavily engaged with start-up community and is currently contributing his time as a technology mentor at 1871, a Chicago based accelerator.
Alex Cahana
Lead Medical Researcher
Dr. Cahana focuses on the impact of technological innovations within the health care industry. Alex is the Director of Medical Affairs at the Center for Lawful Access and Abuse Deterrence (CLAAD), and the Subject Matter Expert for the Defense Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM). He is an affiliate Professor in Science Technology and Health Studies and adjunct Professor in Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington (UW). Alex promotes measurement-based care as standard of care in Pain Medicine and is a subject matter expert to the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, and is involved in State and Federal legislation to improve pain care.
Elisa Jimenez
Creative Director
Elisa's work has been worn by Serena Williams, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Lopez, and Naomi Campbell.

When she was 17, she was considered by the National Foundation for the Arts as one of the top 500 most promising young artists in America. Her work was shown in the Barbican, one of the largest performing arts centers in London, from October 10-Decenber 27 2002 as part of Chris Townsend’s exhibit Rapture: Art's Seduction by Fashion Since 1970. She was also featured in the book by the same name.

Ms. Jimenez has been doing this work in NYC for 24 years. Called “an avatar” by Paper magazine, she is one of the foremost artists in the NYC avant-garde scene, which is she is considered an influencer and an innovator.


Holly Solomon sold Ms. Jimenez’ work in her gallery. Solomon was one of the heavy hitter gallerists who changed the landscape of Contemporary Art. She represented iconic artists Andy Warhol, Nam June Paik, and William Wegman.
The Team
The Macroscape team are  an experienced group of innovators and influencers in their respective fields. Some of them started their own companies in  disparate verticals. While we work remotely, we are centered in Brooklyn.
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