Tony Pham is the Vice President of Marketing at Superlayer, the leading web3 venture studio with investors such as Marc Andreeseen, Chris Dixon, Paris Hilton, Joe Montana, and Nas. His responsibilities at Superlayer include branding, communications, community development, content marketing, digital, events, social, and integrated marketing strategy. Prior to joining Superlayer, he led marketing at Kadena, a scalable proof-of-work blockchain company. Previously, Tony was VP of Marketing at TrustToken (now Archblock), issuer of the TrueUSD (TUSD) stablecoin.

Tony began his career in Silicon Valley by running product and community marketing at Slide (founded by PayPal inventor Max Levchin, acquired by Google). After Slide, he was the first VP of Marketing at Life360, a popular family safety app used by over 60 million monthly active users around the world (IPO on NASDAQ). Tony is recognized as a technology industry leader, having won a Webby Award and a Data-Driven CMO Growth Award.

He has been an expert source and on-the-record spokesperson to media such as Bloomberg, CNN, CoinDesk, Cointelegraph, Forbes, and USA Today. Tony has also spoken at conferences such as Mobile World Congress (Barcelona), SxSW (Austin), and Marketing 2.0 (Paris).

Outside of work, he mentors young entrepreneurs with 500 Global (Latin America) and volunteers as a national board member of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

He graduated from Grinnell College and is a Fulbright Scholar.

Media Spokesperson Quotes:

"Kadena's Head of Marketing, Tony Pham, told Cointelegraph that offering Kadena's blockchain solutions on Azure means that businesses can easily implement its blockchain alongside other enterprise systems. Pham said: 'One specific example is that Kadena is ready for production smart contracts.'" - Cointelegraph

"TrustToken launched TrueUSD in March, the company’s head of marketing and communications Tony Pham told CoinDesk, and plans to launch products linked to the yen, euro and other fiat currencies in the future." - CoinDesk

"Tony Pham, Vice President of Marketing at Coin, is upfront about their hiccups: 'People have not been shy about sharing feedback. It was good for us to take a step back. Perfect doesn't exist... We’re a financial technology company that facilitates smart payments. Now, we can help wearable companies bypass all the hurdles we faced by giving them our platform and expertise.'" - Forbes