Sep 23–26, 2019
Catherine Gu

Catherine Gu
Stanford Graduate Student, M.S. Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

An economist cum data scientist, Catherine has held position as an investment research analyst at Man Group covering global macro systematic hedge fund managers for three years and then as a macro strategist at J.P. Morgan covering emerging market FX and rates.

Catherine is currently pursuing graduate study at Stanford University, in Management Science and Engineering. Her areas of focus include market incentive design, computation and stochastic modeling.

Catherine is the co-founder of Quantess London Group since 2014. Catherine holds a Master in Economics from the University of Cambridge.

Pronoun: She/ Her

Sessions

1:30pm2:00pm Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Location: 1A 08
Catherine Gu (Stanford University)
With the emergence of cryptoeconomy, there is a real demand for an alternative form of money. Major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum have thus far failed into mass adoption. In this talk, I will examine the paradigm of algorithmic design of stablecoins, focusing on incentive structure and decentralized governance, to evaluate the role of stablecoin as a future medium of exchange. Read more.

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