Crypto Founders See the Future. We Work With Them to Build It.

Crypto founders need a new kind of partner. One with deep understanding of community governance, token economics, cryptography, and distributed systems.

Hands-on Protocol Expertise


Founders leverage Electric's deep knowledge of governance frameworks, and can rely on us to participate actively.


We work closely with founders to stake tokens and provide liquidity where and when they need it.


Founders work closely with Electric to craft the best tokenomics for their product and community.

Product & Strategy Guidance

Design Service

We hired a team of world-class designers that founders can lean on for product design, UI/UX reviews, and more.

Interview Design

Great founders need great teams. We've interviewed hundreds of people at top tech companies, and can help teams design robust interview loops.

Metrics Design

Founders need to focus on the right metrics for their protocol. Our technical team can help identify and dashboard the metrics that matter most.

Thoughtful Community Building

A Global Village

Founders join a world-class community that spans other crypto founders and industry experts. These groups come together for intimate dinners and events.

Protocol Partnerships

We proactively look for opportunities to connect great founders and communities to one another.

Electric Advisor Network

A growing group of world-class experts in regulation, product and financial design to guide crypto founders in building their product.

Akash Garg

Akash advises Electric founders on engineering architecture, building and scaling high-performing engineering teams, and more.

Akash was CTO of MoonPay, CTO at Afterpay (acquired by Block), and led engineering teams at Twitter and Uber. At Afterpay, he founded and led the technology teams that were responsible for Afterpay’s US expansion. Block acquired Afterpay in 2021 for $29 billion. Previously, he led all technology products for Uber’s 3.5+ million drivers including onboarding, compliance, and driver experience, as well as led technical teams that added tens of millions of users to Twitter.

Elad Gil

Elad advises Electric founders on fundraising, product strategy, and organizational growth.

Elad co-founded Color Health and Mixer Labs (acquired by Twitter). He helped scale Twitter from 90 to 1,500 people, started Google’s Mobile team, and authored the High Growth Handbook. Elad has invested in over 40 companies worth $1 billion or more, 30 of which he funded at the seed or series A, including Airbnb, Airtable, Anchorage, Brex, Coinbase, Figma, Instacart, OpenSea, and Stripe.

Jay Clayton

Jay advises Electric founders through the regulatory landscape.

Jay was the 32nd Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He worked with the CFTC, the Treasury Department, and the Federal Reserve to address the classification and regulation of digital assets.

Kevin Warsh

Kevin advises Electric founders through the regulatory landscape.

Kevin was on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. As the Fed’s point man during the Global Financial Crisis, Kevin was a key architect of the policy response that ultimately averted economic collapse.

Pratiti Raychoudhury

Pratiti advises Electric founders in product design and research matters.

Pratiti is VP, Head of Research at Meta. She leads teams across Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, MetaQuest and more. She oversees an organization of over 1,200 researchers around the world and has held a number of leadership roles at Meta since joining in 2010.

Rebecca Rettig

Rebecca advises Electric founders in areas such as legal and regulatory compliance, government relations, and public policy.

Rebecca is the Chief Policy Officer at Polygon Labs. Previously, she was General Counsel for  Aave Companies, and was a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, and FisherBroyles, where she represented well-known DeFi & crypto software development companies.