Can Tokenisation Level the Playing Field for Good with Omnia DeFi?

Written by Jago Penrose There are many criticisms of the modern day financial, identity, and democratic systems globally and over the years a common response to such criticism is: ‘Well, do you have something better to propose?’ Which up until 2013 or so, was a fair point. However, for those who understand the potential application […]


Written by Aimee Matthews Cryptography has existed for millennia and you yourself probably tried your hand at it before you even knew what it was. I remember as a kid watching films from my grandfather’s James Bond collection and fancying myself as a spy. I would send encrypted messages to my friends, written in lemon […]


Written by Vera Ishani The world of crypto projects is a fast moving and intricate space.  The pace of innovation coupled with the immutable nature of blockchains means that many organisations seeking to launch their code will tend to carry out greater due diligence in auditing and re-auditing their code.  Once a smart contract is […]

Banking, Templars and Crypto

Written by Aimee Matthews One year after the French Revolution, writer Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr wrote, ‘The more things change, the more they remain the same’. An albeit satirical comment on a turbulent time in history, but it does reflect an undeniable truth, that no matter how much the human race evolves, we carry the same […]

Static Reflection

The Straw That Broke the Camel’s Back in the Crypto Vs Fiat Debate? As if there weren’t enough exciting wealth accumulation protocols stacking up against the archaic fiat currency mechanisms such as bonds, ISAs, and incredibly low interest rate returns – it appears as though there is a new piece of tech that has the […]