Duncan Socrates Lemp
Duncan Socrates Lemp
Lemp Died In 2020
Duncan Socrates Lemp (born 1998, died March 12, 2020) was involved with blockchain development and cryptocurrency. He was from Potomac, Maryland.
Early Life & Education
High School Graduate
Lump graduated from Walter Johnson High School in Maryland. He studied at edX from 2018 to 2020. edX is an American massive open online course (MOOC) provider created by Harvard and MIT. It hosts online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a worldwide student body, including some courses at no charge. It also conducts research into learning based on how people use its platform. edX is a nonprofit organization and runs on the free Open edX open-source software platform. On June 29, 2021 it was announced that edX had been purchased by the educational technology company 2U.
Lemp was employed by Geometric Energy, an R&D and consulting firm focusing on energy systems, aerospace and defense, theory and computing, blockchain and computer security, medical technology, and advanced research projects. He also founded Asymmetric Volatility Services, a cryptocurrency market making company focused on tokens needing dedicated market making for individualized volume, liquidity, and volatility adjustments.
AVS has algorithmically executed millions of dollars over tens of thousands of trades with each engagement and achieved 100% milestone completion within budget for tokens based all over the world, generating tens of millions of dollars in market capitalization.
He also started Zro Technologies in January 2019.
According to nbcwashington.com:
Police shot and killed a man in Potomac Maryland, Thursday while serving a warrant at a house, according to the Montgomery County Department of Police.
Officers were serving a “high risk” warrant for firearms-related offenses at a house in the 12200 block of St. James Road about 4:30 a.m. SWAT officers were entering the house when they encountered the suspect, identified as Duncan Socrates Lemp, 21.
Lemp was shot fatally by an officer assigned to the Special Operations Division - Tactical Unit.
Lemp's family released a statement Thursday night saying they are grieving and plan to investigate his death and hold those responsible accountable.
Editor At Everipedia
Lemp With His Friend
He was a former editor for Everipedia. He last made edits in 2019. Many of his edits or new pages that he created were about cryptocurrency. According to Telegram he last made an edit on November 15, 2019. Many of his Everipedia pages have been deleted.