Former ConsenSys Capital head leaves for a fund that plans to squeeze more alpha out of Web3 protocols

Andrew Keys, an original ConsenSys executive and Co-founder of ConsenSys Capital, has announced in a blog post that he's left the company to join DARMA Capital as a Managing Partner. Keys intends to remain on the advisory board at Consensys, where he'll look to act in a business development role where appropriate.

Launched earlier this year, DARMA Capital is an investment firm managed by James Slazas, a former head of capital markets at ConsenSys, and John Slazas, formerly with quant analytics trading group JS Services.

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