Peter-Jan Celis is an alumnus of the Boston Consulting Group and is the founder of judge.me. Interested in libertarian politics, he came to the conclusion that a free market for law is inevitable if the internet remains free enough. With judge.me, he hopes to be on the forefront of this wave towards decentralized civilization.
Prateek Dayal is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology and has been doing startups for over five years. After scaling Muziboo to over half a million users, he is now working on simplifying customer support with SupportBee. He is a technologist at heart and advises judge.me on issues related to high availability and security.
Startup Chile is a program of the Chilean Government to attract world-class early stage entrepreneurs to start their businesses in Chile. By granting $40K each to 1000 new startups by 2014, the Chilean government hopes to turn Santiago into the innovation hub of South America. Startup Chile awarded a grant to judge.me in November 2011.