We are an innovation firm. Our team of technologists, lawyers and financial analysts research and develop new technologies that shape finance, law and the digital economy. We are advocates for an open internet, data privacy, cyberculture and decentralisation. Get in touch if you wish to discuss our portfolio of experiments or explore your own projects; we are available to share resources, invest or enter into joint ventures in pursuit of exciting ideas. Or get in touch if you just want to waste time creating debt instruments with your “crypto-kitties” as collateral. We do that too.
STORY OF THE MONTH
As you can see, we are constructing (in plain sight) our website with scheduled launch date 31 May.
We research the impact and opportunities that new technologies bring into the areas of finance, law and the digital economy.
Our topics of interest include: data privacy and analysis, social media regulations, fintech and open banking, "tokenomics" (economics of digital assets), the potential and (many) inadequacies of distributed ledger technologies, valuation of digital (crypto) assets and fund structures, digital collectibles and video games, chatbots, cyber-security, legal automation, "smart" contracts, and use of tech for social impact.
We share our insights with policy makers, think tanks, investors and commercial entities in the form of white papers, consultations and workshops.
We consult corporate innovation labs and entrepreneurs on the potential (or not) of new technologies and help them identify use cases worth exploring.
"Talk is cheap. Show me the code." - Linus Torvalds
We prepare feasibility studies and develop software products for our clients and joint ventures with investors.
Our capabilities include full stack development, agile project management, digital transformation, VR/AR design and development.
We have recently worked on decentralised applications, "smart contracts" development and audit, VR/AR design and marketplaces, digital collectibles, machine learning development and audit.
We are currently working on an ERC-721 protocol product and are exploring the potential of non-fungible tokens in various commercial applications.
Building 20 - content coming soon
"MIT’s old Building 20 was ugly and slapdash and meant to just last through World War II—which is why it was made out of wood even though that broke the fire code. Yet it stayed up until 1998 because it became an ideas factory. Radar was perfected there. The science of modern linguistics took shape there under Noam Chomsky. It housed labs in nuclear science, cosmic rays, and food technology. Control terminals used by the Tech Model Railroad Club became the computers on which early hackers tinkered in the early 1960s. What was the secret of Building 20?"