Mathias Sundin is co-founder and executive chairman of Warp Institute. Former Member of Parliament and former Deputy Mayor. TEDx speaker and international keynote speaker. He leads Warp Space Program, an effort to crowdfund the world's first private mission to an asteroid.
In 2014 he became the first political candidate accept only bitcoin in campaign donations, because he wanted to show the political establishment this new technology and debunk of some the myths surrounding the cryptocurrency.
Two years later he became chairman of Goobit Group, who runs Sweden’s first bitcoin exchange. From 2016 until he left as chairman in 2018, the group's turnover increased from $500,000 to $3 million, and its profits from almost nothing to $1 million.
He is also an advisor to fiNEST, a blockchain token out of Raleigh, North Carolina.
2016 and 2017 he was mentor and part of the jury at the XPRIZE Visioneers outside of Los Angeles, California. XPRIZE is a foundation doing prize competitions, the first one being Ansari XPRIZE about the first private space flight. During Sundin's participation the XPRIZE decided on new prizes in Alzheimer, cancer, and robotics.
2017 and 2018 he participated as a pioneering member and speaker at the World Frontiers Forum at Harvard & MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The WFF brings together leading scientist, experts, entrepreneurs, politicians, and UN Ambassadors to contribute to solving the UN Sustainability Goals.
During his years in Parliament he was the spokesperson for tax policy and in 2017 he became the spokesperson for economic policy, the third highest position in the party. He worked with several issues, among them space policy, startups, digitization in education and health care, as well a new tax system for businesses.
Sundin is a sought after keynote speaker about digitization, technology, innovation, exponential growth, and the blockchain.