A blockchain accelerator and research company Cryptic Labs has announced that two Nobel Prize winners in economics joined the company.
It is reported that the advisers were Dr. Eric Maskin and Sir Christopher Pissarides. They should “help in understanding incentive mechanisms, game theory and macroeconomic policies.”
Doctor Maskin, who teaches at Harvard, will offer his knowledge of game theory, as well as tips on how blockchain projects can stimulate user activity. He received the Nobel Prize in 2007 for his research in the design of mechanisms.
Sir Pissarides won the Nobel Prize in 2010 for “researching markets with search models.” He will advise the company and its clients on macroeconomic issues.