Brett Stapper

Brett is the co-founder of Falcon Global Capital, LLC. Prior to founding Falcon Global Capital, Brett was an early adopter and investor in Bitcoin, creating returns for his personal portfolio in 2013 after investing heavily in Bitcoin in the summer of that year. In addition to investing, Brett is a serial entrepreneur, having started over a dozen companies with a focus on advertising and marketing related businesses. He began his career at an age of 16 when he started his first company. Due to his involvement in Bitcoin, Brett has appeared on Fox News, CNBC, Financial Times and was listed by Business Insider in the top 10 names to know in Bitcoin.

Brett is a federally registered lobbyist, focusing on positive Bitcoin regulation and education of Congress and the Senate on Bitcoin and cryptographic based currencies.

James Jalil

James is a Partner at the law firm of Thompson Hine LLP and is resident in the firm’s New York office. Jim is the Chair of the Cybercurrency Practice at Thompson Hine as well as Chair of its India desk. His practice focuses on cybercurrency, securities and corporate transactions, both in the United States and internationally, including contract drafting and negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, public offerings and private placements, alternate financings strategies, as well as private equity, hedge fund, investment adviser and broker-dealer formation and compliance.

Columbia University, J.D., 1973, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar

Holy Cross College, A.B., 1970, Economics; member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, National Honor Society in Economics

Fletcher Cotton

Fletcher has nearly a decade of experience in the IT field, with a concentration in information security. His specializations include information security consultancy, security architecture design, security implementation, security compliance, vulnerability assessment, and information security management. His credentials include a B.S. in Computer Systems Technology, a M.S. in Operations Management, and is in the process of attaining a Doctor of Business Administration in Computer and Information Security. He is adept in performing security audits, evaluating compliance with state and federal regulations, designing solutions to meet regulations, improving processes and procedures to increase efficiency and minimize vulnerabilities, and assessing network traffic in conjunction with security logs to detect threats and incidents.

After reading an article in Wired Magazine in 2011, Fletcher made his first investment into Bitcoin and drove him to heavily research Crypto based currencies. Riding the wave of growth for 3 years, Fletcher has grown increasingly interested in the protocols behind Bitcoin and their significance for the modern world. Fletcher’s deep understanding of the Bitcoin technology and advanced knowledge in online security and protection, make him a vital asset to the funds long term operations.