17 August, 2021Print
OneOf Co-Founder Bios
Lin Dai is the co-founder and CEO of OneOf. An entrepreneur and digital executive with two decades of experience, Lin previously co-founded TAP Network, a blockchain technology company powering white-labeled rewards for major enterprise clients such as Warner Music Group, Uber, and Brave. Prior to TAP, Lin was the CMO of Keek, a mobile video social app with over 75M users worldwide that was taken public in Canada. Lin founded his first company, a social network for teens, out of his dorm room in 1999 and later took it public. He spent over 10 years leading digital initiatives at major media companies such as Alloy (Gossip Girl, Vampire Diaries) and Emmis Communications (Hot97, Power106). Lin is a General Partner at ChainLink Crypto Fund, a fund of funds in the digital currency and blockchain industry.
Joshua James is the co-founder and COO of OneOf. Prior to OneOf, Joshua was the co-founder and CEO of ZIG Media, acquired in 2019 by Media Rights Capital (Billboard, Hollywood Reporter, Dick Clark Productions etc). Joshua founded his first company RiseTech in college. After selling RiseTech to Equity Office Property (now Blackstone), Joshua launched the pioneering live digital music firm Basecamp Productions which partnered with Pearl Jam to launch the groundbreaking Pearl Jam bootleg series. Basecamp was later acquired by Warner Music Group, and Joshua’s clients included Pearl Jam, Kendrick Lamar, Linkin Park and Mumford & Sons.
Adam Fell is the co-founder and board member of OneOf, and the President of Quincy Jones Productions. Adam oversees various branches of QJP, such as artist management; licensing and endorsements; live, film, and television production; international joint ventures; and investments. Fell has led early investments for the company in Spotify, Clubhouse, Community, Uber, Wayfair, Snowflake and many others. Fell was also an Executive Producer of the Netflix original release, QUINCY, which won the African-American Film Critics Association award for Best Documentary, the Black Film Critics award for Best Documentary, two Critics Choice awards, and a Grammy award in the category of Best Music Film, amongst others. Beyond his leadership at QJP, Fell has been a featured speaker at various events, such as the Goldman Sachs “Music is in the Air" Conference, and the late Alan Krueger's Music Industry Research Association (MIRA) Conference. Fell also serves on the international Advisory Board of the Montreux Jazz Festival, as well as the Advisory Board of There With Care, a foundation that provides support for families facing critical illness.