Jameson Lopp

Jameson Lopp is a  core developer, writer, and enthusiast based in Durham, North Carolina.[1] He created in order to make it easier to visualize and track Bitcoin's metrics.[2] He was subject to a swatting incident from angry crypto fans. [3]


Jameson is a graduate of Mount Tabor High School. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he majored in computer science. Jameson earned his degree in 2007. 


Jameson worked at Bronto Software first as a web developer and then as a software engineer from 2007-2015. Currently, he is a software engineer at Bitgo, a Bitcoin security platform. 

As of November 2018, he was the chief technology officer of the crypto startup Casa.

Lopp is most notable for his decision to live off-the-grid, which has been written about in the The New York Times. [4]

Jameson contributes regularly to as well as authors posts on Medium.[5] He is particularly active on Twitter and has over 160,000 followers on the platform.[6]  He offers free Bitcoin education resources on his website. [7]

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