Jonathan Levin is a co-founder of Coinometrics, a premium data analytics company for digital currencies. At the company, he leads work on measuring the activity and health of the bitcoin network. Levin was previously a postgraduate economist at the University of Oxford where his research focused on virtual currencies, creating one of the first statistical models of bitcoin transaction fees. While at Oxford, he was the convenor of the Oxford Virtual Currencies Working Group, an interdisciplinary working group focused on the economic and social implications of virtual currencies. Levin has also consulted to government bodies, Fortune 500 companies and first-tier investment banks on the future of digital currencies.
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