Robot Ventures Adds The Founder Of UMA As Partner
Robot Ventures, a pre-seed venture capital investment company, announced on Twitter that it had added former Goldman Sachs trader Hart Lambur as a partner.
The cryptocurrency project UMA, which enables programmers to create financial products on top of the Ethereum blockchain, is the one for which Lambur is most known.
“Welcome @hal2001 our new Venture Partner to the Robot family,” Robot Ventures, which was founded by protocol Compound Labs founder Robert Leshner, said in a tweet.
“Hart brings a wealth of experience as the founder of UMA & Across protocols and will be working closely to assist the projects we invest in” the firm said.
Robot Ventures did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Robot Ventures made headlines in 2020 when it hired giga-brain quant Tarun Chitra
After raising $4 million in new capital, Robot Ventures made headlines in 2020 when it hired giga-brain quant Tarun Chitra. The company’s managing partner is Chitra.
The company has supported a wide range of businesses in the decentralized finance sector, including LayerZero, Nansen, Argent, and Goldfinch.
At D.E. Shaw Research and Vatic Labs, Chitra worked on quantitative research and development in the beginning of his career. Since 2018, he has been the owner of his own business, Gauntlet, which develops tools for cryptocurrency developers to predict risk associated with their projects.
According to his LinkedIn page, Lambur, a Columbia University graduate, worked at Goldman Sachs for more than seven years as an interest rate trader who provided liquidity in US Treasury bonds.
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