BitAccess customers rely on Bitaccess software and services to power their core infrastructure, compliance, security and support services.
All outside of Adham have since left the company. Also appearing in this Ie-Knowledge Hub Case study are Justin Kan, Partner at Y Combinator and founder of justin.tv/Twich, former Y Combinator President Sam Altman, former partner at 500 Startups Sean Percival, founder of Decentral Anthony Di Iorio, and former President of Invest Ottawa, Bruce Lazenby.
The case was filmed in 2014 in Los Altos and Mountain View California, USA, at Y Combinator’s and 500 startup’s offices as well as at BitAccess’s rental home office at the time. Other film locations include Invest Ottawa’s offices in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and Decentral’s offices in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Case Study Participants:
Haseeb Awan, BitAccess
Moe Adham, BitAccess
Vignesh Sundaresan, BitAccess
Ryan Wallace, BitAccess
Sam Atlman, Y Combinator
Justin Kan, Y Combinator
Sean Percival, 500 Startups
Anthony Di Iorio, Decentral
Bruce Lazenby, Invest Ottawa
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