Odysseas is a DPhil candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, focusing on the political economy of public blockchains. His research investigates how public blockchain technology will affect our political and economic systems, and how to effectively regulate these developments.
Odysseas is a Turing Scholar and convenor of the Protocol Governance seminar. He holds an MSc in Social Science of the Internet from the Oxford Internet Institute, where his thesis looked at reputation systems and market design in dark net markets. He also has a BA in International Politics from King’s College London.