Lin Dai is an experienced entrepreneur and digital executive. He is the CEO and co-founder OneOf.com, the "Green" NFT platform for music artist and fans, backed by Quincy Jones, with artist partners including Doja Cat, Whitney Houston, H.E.R., John Legend, Alesso, The Kid Laroi and many more. Previously Lin co-founded TAP Network, a blockchain technology company developing real world mass consumer software for major enterprise clients such as Warner Music Group, Uber, Brave and more. Lin is also a General Partner of ChainLink Crypto Fund, a fund of funds in the digital currency and Blockchain industry providing exposure to the enormous upside potential of Blockchain while maximizing diversification and reducing the inherent volatility in the sector. Previously as Chief Marketing Officer of Keek, a top video app for millennials, Lin grew Keek's worldwide audiences to 75M, through partnerships with the World Cup, Formula One, Sundance, MTV VMAs, Emmys, iHeartRadio, Teen Choice Awards, Live Nation, the Kardashians and more. The company was successfully taken public on the Toronto Stock Exchange. As VP of Digital Programming for Emmis NY, Lin lead all digital and TV initiatives for the iconic brand HOT97. Lin launched Loud Digital, a premium digital network reaching 61 million viewers, and produced Boost Mobile Summer Jam live streams, the largest live streaming Hip Hop events on the web, Pepsi's award-winning web series Road To Summer Jam, in collaborations with Vevo and YouTube, and VH1's comedy series This Is HOT97. As SVP, Programming & Development for Alloy, Lin oversaw development of original and branded content, digital marketing strategy, and distribution for the Alloy Digital Network, as well as responsible for marketing, social media and digital development for Alloy’s entertainment properties, including Gossip Girl, Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars and more. Lin graduated with honors from Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. He was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year award, followed by a tenure as the youngest adjunct professor at CMU, developing its first set of credited courses on Web Publishing. While at CMU, Lin founded the 1st social network and digital rewards platform for teens, and later took the company public.