Nasdisc is a marketplace for the $4B worth of records purchased every year. The vinyl market has seen exponential growth in the past decade - the first 6 months of this year has already seen an increase of 108% in sales. Our platform takes a 12% cut, making this a $400mm opportunity that is more than doubling every year. Pressing plants are backed up years out, bots buy limited releases in seconds, and record prices are skyrocketing in both retail and aftermarket sales. Despite this growth, the only dedicated marketplace is difficult to use, doesn’t process transactions, yet facilitates over $600mm in vinyl exchanges per year. This is why I finally decided to quit my job at Google and recruit my best friends from college to fix it. We’re all software engineers and have been passionate about music and vinyl since we were kids, and have $50k in records ourselves. We started building a marketplace in July and launched our website 4 weeks ago. We now have $1k / week in sales, and $50k in listings.
Co-founder & CEO of Nasdisc. Previously worked at Google on federated deep learning research, compilers, and ranking. Passionate about music, backpacking and code.
Co-founder of Nasdisc, iOS software engineer and music enthusiast. I've spent the last few years building music listening and education apps that leverage various audio related technologies. Much of my free time is spent writing iOS apps, exploring new music and raising a golden retriever.
Co-founder of Nasdisc. I graduated from Michigan State University in 2016 with a degree in computer science and then worked as a software engineer at Maxar where I developed distributed systems for signal processing applications. When not working, I like to read, hike, program for fun and play/listen to music.