Govind Mohan

Blockchain developer and P2P researcher

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


I am a blockchain developer and researcher who has been in the space since 2014. I was part of private sector research into the viability of content-addressable networks in highly adversarial conditions, which was demonstrated for government defense applications. I have participated in several hackathons, notably creating a top 10 hack at Protocol Labs' HackFS 2020, 2022. I was also an advisor to Legal Hackers at University of Toronto Law. I am currently building tools for Decentralized Autonomous Organizations at Supercluster Labs. I am a passionate believer in data privacy and a free and fair internet. I have several research interests, of which I am currently exploring peer-to-peer networking and offline-first computing.


Distributed Fractionalized Data Networks For Data Integrity

2020 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC) / May 01, 2020

Majumdar, A., & Mohan, G. (2020). Distributed Fractionalized Data Networks For Data Integrity. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC).


University of Toronto

B.A., Computer Science / November, 2019

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Virgil Systems

Lead Developer / January, 2019February, 2022

Oproma, Inc

Senior Developer / September, 2022January, 2023

Supercluster Labs

CTO / January, 2023Present

York University of Continuing Studies

Instructor / January, 2021Present

Teaching Blockchain Devleopment and Security

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