Das is currently CEO & Co-Founder at TripleBlind. TripleBlind has created the most complete and scalable solution for privacy enhancing computation.The TripleBlind solution is software-only and delivered via a simple API. It solves for a broad range of use cases, with current focus on healthcare and financial services. The company is backed by Accenture, General Catalyst and The Mayo Clinic. TripleBlind’s innovations build on well understood principles, such as federated learning and multi-party compute. Our innovations radically improve the practical use of privacy preserving technology, by adding true scalability and faster processing, with support for all data and algorithm types. TripleBlind natively supports major cloud platforms, including availability for download and purchase via cloud marketplaces. TripleBlind unlocks the intellectual property value of data, while preserving privacy and ensuring compliance with HIPAA and GDPR.


Previously, he worked in Corporate Venture Capital and M&A for Ant Financial. Ant Financial is the financial services member of the Alibaba Group. Alipay, Ant Financial’s mobile payments product, is the world’s largest mobile payment platform since 2013. With almost a billion users in 10+ countries, Ant Financial’s fintech technology is set to bring about financial inclusion to 2 billion+ underserved communities around the world. He focused on deals in enabling technologies for Alipay worldwide (Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Security, Internet of Things (IoT) and Computing). He also also spearheaded the Ant Financial and Alibaba network in Israel, Silicon Valley and New York helping bridge the gap between the Alibaba Ecosystem and technology startups outside China.


He came to Ant Financial through EyeVerify's successful exit. At EyeVerify, he helped commercialize a software-only, biometric method for verifying the identity of mobile users called ‘Eyeprints’, which is based on the unique vein patterns in the whites of your eyes, and has fingerprint-level accuracy.


He has spent most of his career in leadership and technical roles in software and product development in startups, academia, and consulting across a variety of industries, including cybersecurity, fintech, digital identity, mobile payments, wireless systems, chipsets, healthcare, biometrics & security, and government & civic technology. He is a recipient of the 2013 White House Champion of Change by President Barack Obama. He studied Computer Science, Mathematics and Entrepreneurship at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.