A former professional rugby player, Adam Tracy brings over twenty years experience as a growth hacker, risk management attorney, startup consultant and dealmaker with a particular focus on cryptocurrency, digital marketing, payments and immersive corporate structures.
— About me
Adam S. Tracy
As an accomplished executive and risk consultant to high risk merchants and stakeholders, Adam has proven himself as a results oriented, decisive leader with proven success advising startups, early market entrants, technology adapters, as well as established participants across a wide range of verticals. Adam Tracy’s attack-first personality allows him to excel in dynamic, demanding environments including complex corporate negotiations, distressed environments and regulatory investigations.
In addition, Adam S. Tracy also has a successful track record co-founding high risk industry ventures, building and leading cross-functional teams, and spearheading diverse corporate transactions. A serial entrepreneur, Adam has successfully started and created exits across a wide swath of markets, including various mobile SaaS ventures, nutraceuticals, peer-to-peer payment systems, and several direct sales-based ventures. Moreover, as a recognized expert in the payments field, Adam Tracy has been a blockchain and cryptocurrency evangelist and influencer since the early days of Bitcoin.
Utilizing his proprietary “Pre-Event Driven™” strategy for decision making, Adam S. Tracy further leverages his over twenty years’ experience in growth consulting and risk management to create cost-effective, value-add solutions for each client. A data-driven acolyte, Adam continually refines his strategies based on field studies and data collection. Moreover, Adam Tracy further augments his range of solutions by actively networking with regulators, liquidity providers, legal and compliance experts, deal-flow brokers, investors and management of leading high risk industry ventures.
Education & Professional Licensure
Adam S. Tracy earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Applications and Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Notre Dame. He subsequently earned his Masters in Business Administration from the DePaul Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, while concurrently earning his Juris Doctorate from the DePaul College of Law. He has held his FINRA Series 7 and 65 licenses, while having been admitted to practice law before a number of state and federal courts, including the United States Tax Court and United States Court of Claims.