Jeccer Cusi

University: Curtin University

Academic supervisor: Himanshu Agrawal

Industry partner: DigitalX

Academic Background and Work Experience


Jeccer completed his master’s in commerce IT at Curtin University, he ventured into the transportation systems industry, gaining valuable experience. For the past year and a half, he have been delving into the world of DAOs, business transformations, and recommender systems with DigitalX. His research aims to contribute in both his industry parter and academia.


Thesis Topic


Framework for Transforming a Centralised Business Process to Decentralised Process Using DAOs
Jeccer’s research topics cover business process transformation for decentralized autonomous organization, and recommender systems and machine learnings


The thesis topic is to create a framework that would help to transform a centralised business process into a decentralised one. Application of the framework will be wide and general, such as voting for a project for a neighbourhood, employee promotion of a company, decentralising a publishing process via peer-to-peer review by the community, etc. The goal is to know the best way to adapt to decentralisation, and it could also help the mass in adapting to decentralisation.


About DigitalX

DigitalX Limited (ASX: DCC) is a technology and investment company focused on growing the blockchain economy through its digital asset funds management business, digital fintech and regtech products, and blockchain ventures.


What part of the business is the researcher involved in?

DigitalX’s product and development team.


What questions/problems is the researcher helping to answer/solve?

How can DAOs be applied to improve the economic incentives and quality of research publications?

How can DAOs be applied to improve governance outcomes and decision-making across multiple parties, for example in investment management committees?

“Jeccer is supporting the team through product management work in prototyping and user testing of an innovative new model for academic research publishing using Web3 technologies.”
- David Beros, Product @ DigitalX