Tim Draper founded Draper Associates in July, 1985, which when joined by John Fisher and Steve Jurvetson became the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (now DFJ). Investments include Skype, Hotmail, Tesla, Baidu, Theranos, and Overture, among many others. With Draper Associates, investments include Twitch.TV, YeePay, Indiegogo, Docusign, Parametric Technology and AngelList.
Tim is an active investor and evangelist of blockchain technology. He was early investors in many of super star projects such as Bancor, Tezos, Credo, Factom, DataWallet and more
Mark Mai is a serial entrepreneur and a pioneer in China’s venture investment field. He started his venture capital career back to mid 90s and co-founded Shanghai Pudong Ventures, one of China’s first venture capital firms. He was also the venture partner of DFJ Dragon fund in Silicon Valley in the early 2000s.
Mark founded VenturesLab in 2005, China's first internet-business incubator, along with legendary venture capitalist Tim Draper. He co-founded five successful technology companies including eFriendsNet, TongCard, China's largest social CRM provider, later acquired by Tencent; Docin, largest document sharing website in China; Togic, largest smart TV content aggregation service and hardware provider in China; and OKCoin (now OKEx), world's largest Bitcoin exchange.
Mark was named top angel investor in China for numerous times by different renowned organizations including China Ventures, CYzone, TheFounder, Zero2IPO, iResearch, ZhongGuanCun Angel Alliance, etc. He co-founded China Young Angel Investor Association (CYAIA) in 2013 and served as the honorable chairman. CYAIA is now the biggest and most influential angel investor organization in China.
Fred joined Kingsoft in 1997 and was senior VP in 2003 and named "the 3 excellence of Kingsoft" along with Kingsoft founder Bojun Qiu and now CEO of Xiaomi, Jun Lei. In 2007, Fred left Kingsoft and started Linekong Interactive Group and the company went public on HKEX, symbol 8267.HK. In 2013 Fred started Geekbang VC as managing partner with Tao Jiang.
Tao joined Kingsoft in 1997 as Vice General Manager. He later started CSDN, now the largest social network for software engineers in 1999 and "Programmer" magazine in 2000. In 2013 Tao started Geekbang VC as managing partner with Fred Wang. Geekbang invested in many successful companies in blockchain and tech space, including OKEx (OKCoin, world's largest crypto exchange).
Founder of several start-up companies and Angel Investor. Successfully developed the first dual-mining ASIC miner in the world. Two of the companies were invested by Xiaomi and now part of the MI eco system. Frank invested and co-founded companies in various areas, including Game, VR, AR, IoT, etc. He graduated from Tsinghua University with degree in Electrical Engineering.