Blockchain Capital promotes Shah to GP

In her new role, Shah will be responsible for driving the overall strategy and direction of the firm, as well as leading the due diligence process and working closely with portfolio companies.

  • She joined Blockchain Capital in 2018
  • Prior to joining Blockchain Capital, Shah was a senior consulting analyst at Fidelity Investments
  • Blockchain Capital has funded over 170 startups

Blockchain Capital, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm focused on the blockchain tech sector, has promoted Kinjal Shah to general partner.

In her new role, Shah will be responsible for driving the overall strategy and direction of the firm, as well as leading the due diligence process and working closely with portfolio companies.

She joined Blockchain Capital in 2018. Prior to joining Blockchain Capital, Shah was a senior consulting analyst at Fidelity Investments.

“In her five years at the firm, Kinjal has consistently demonstrated her commitment to bringing value to our founders,” said Bart Stephens, founder and managing partner of Blockchain Capital, in a statement. “Her technical depth and expertise in the blockchain industry, along with her track record of investments, have made her an invaluable member of our team. We couldn’t be prouder to continue growing alongside Kinjal as a General Partner.”

Blockchain Capital was founded in 2013 by Bart and Brad Stephens. The venture firm has funded over 170 startups.