"The next step to self-sovereign identity"

In Zen Buddhism, Mu is a lesson to help the student let go of their perception of themselves and their identity. At Mu Methods we are building a protocol for identity to be redefined as never before, the next step to digital enlightenment. If you want to learn more about our long term mission and our vision for achieving our goal Learn more here.


Self-sovereign identity will not be realized by one company or one vision. It is going to take the entire Web3 community. There are incredible projects building different pieces of the puzzle to get us there. If there are synergies between your project and ours, please reach out to us. We are eager to collaborate with you.

If you are in need of advisory services around wallet building, key management, or security please contact us here.


Frankie began working in software development in 2016 as MetaMask’s #3 hire. She stayed on the team for four years as a core dev, seeing the company through its inception, the ICO boom and bust, crypto kitties onslaught, and eventual dominance of the Ethereum wallet ecosystem. Her primary responsibility was to manage the code focusing on network connectivity, transaction construction and sending. She maintained a heavy security mindset while assisting the founder, Kumavis, in his research. During her tenure, Frankie realized that key management was the solution to login complexity and personal identity verification. Through her journey of p2p protocols she gained a deep understanding of the underlying technologies required to construct and execute the next step to self-sovereign identity.
Jugal started working in Web3 while finishing his BS in Finance from SFSU. Shortly before graduating he was approached to serve as Chief of Staff and Ops Lead at Balance, a crypto wallet built for Safari extensions. During his tenure he managed all company operations , including finance, community, project management, and human resources. He also represented Balance at Eth Denver Web3 building a strong network of thought leaders, founders, and investors. Throughout this experience, he began to understand the potential for crypto wallets to serve as a singular digital identity, leading him to co-found Mu Methods. Outside of the crypto world his greatest passions lie in non-profit work to empower those suffering from homelessness, mental health and addiction issues. He also serves on the San Francisco board for StartOut, developing programs and content for underrepresented founders and investors focused in the crypto and digital asset ecosystem.
Renée was born and raised in the Bay Area. Her favorite flavor of smoothie is strawberry banana. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in theater and mathematics from Sarah Lawrence College. While in New York, She had the honor of working with Professor Philip Ording on several projects including his book 99 Variations on a Proof. Education and accessibility rank high in Renée’s personal values. In line with these values is the opportunity to broaden the utility of crypto technologies and to streamline the wallet experience. The mathematics of the secure and efficient transmission of information has long captivated her and she is excited to tackle the problem of recovering supposedly lost information.