bitdotc

Product Manager

I’ll admit upfront - I still do not know the extent of Web3. I know, probably one of the worst ways to start a cover letter for a Web3 company, but I always found this industry appreciated transparency. My introduction to Web3 was back in 2020, when a friend of mine showed an incredibly high-yield staking project (R.I.P. PancakeBunny). This sparked two immediate truths for me about the industry.

  1. The internet is growing at a scary rate. (I admit it shouldn’t have took Web3 to show this to me)
  2. Empathy in Web3 is paramount.

My intent behind applying for a Web3 role is driven by a desire to delve deeper into Web3, and more importantly, to learn and absorb as much as I can from the amazing people in that space. As a Product Manager at Webalo, I’ve developed a skill in translating feedback to solutions that resonate with our users and stakeholders. My role also includes technical writing, where I refine feature requests into digestible requirements and release notes for users outside the development team. 

At Webalo, an initiative I took was curating a comprehensive competitor library. By tracking competitors’ upcoming features and comparing them with ours, along with analyzing client base to try and stay ahead of the curve. I also brought in new prioritization schematics, moving away from Webalo’s feature prioritization approach of “gut feeling” to one rooted in tangible data. 

Before Webalo, I was working on a mobile game called “Marvel Strike Force” at Scopely. My responsibilities spanned from building sales roadmaps to achieve multi-million dollar revenue targets to overhauling underperforming product features to increase the lifespan of the game by applying data to game economic theories. 

Outside of work, if I’m not on OpenSea scouting for my next PFP (That cost under 0.5 ETH), I’m honing my craft in Solidity, which I would gauge to be around the basic/intermediate level.

Thank you for taking the time to review my bio. Web3 is a huge passion of mine and the idea of being able to learn from individuals that share that same passion sounds like an incredible opportunity. 

Sincerely,
Daniel Cha






Experience: 4 years

Yearly salary: $110,000

Hourly rate: $55

Nationality: 🇺🇸 United States

Residency: 🇺🇸 United States

Experience:

Period Title Company
2022 - Product Manager Webalo
2020 - 2022 Associate Product Manager Scopely
2019 - 2020 LivesOps Associate Disney/Fox
2018 - 2019 Project Coordinator PlayStation
2017 - 2017 Marketing Intern RapidScale

Skills:

big-data
copywriting
marketing-analyst
marketing-communication
product-manager
product-marketing
research
ux-researcher
english