22 Mar INATBA Welcomes Ten New Members from Across the Blockchain Ecosystem
INATBA is proud to welcome ten leaders in the blockchain ecosystem as new members over the past few months. Below, find some background on each of our valued members. From decentralised exchanges to law firms, we encourage you to learn more about the great work they are doing in the industry.
Nyctale: Nyctale works to develop blockchain analytics tools that provide business intelligence and due diligence solutions for companies involved with blockchain. By using advanced monitoring tools, they are able to follow on their vision for the future of finance, monitoring investment and usage behaviours around crypto-assets in order to build trust and confidence in blockchain networks and related digital assets.
Blockchain 2050: Blockchain2050 is headed by an interdisciplinary and experienced team dedicated to using transparent, open-source implementations in blockchain technology for secure and innovative blockchain solutions. Their solutions include supply chain management, earth observation, waste management and more.
Animus Systems: Animus Systems supplies companies with fully remote support using emerging technologies like blockchain, virtualization and containers. Their offerings include IT support services, cloud computing, network security, disaster recovery, services and networking and community support.
Polymath: Polymath work to overhaul tokens on the blockchain, making them easier to create, issue, and manage. Their Ethereum-based solution has led to the publication of over 200 tokens and they are currently working to launch an institutional-grade blockchain built specifically for regulated assets: Polymesh. They have published numerous white papers and offer webinars to contribute toward their goal of building industry consistency.
Studio Legale Cappello: Studio Legale Cappello is a Law and Tax Firm specialized in Legal Engineering. The Studio is proposed in synergy with other professionals who are experts in the disciplines of Computer Science to support entrepreneurial projects within the digital economy. These projects aim to redesign and enhance business models based on the permissionless paradigm, ultimately reducing business risks and preventing disputes.
Aave: Aave is an open-source, decentralised non-custodial protocol enabling the creation of liquidity markets on Ethereum where users can earn interest on deposits and borrow assets. The Aave Protocol features access to highly innovative Flash Loans, the first uncollateralised loan option in DeFi. Aave is centered around being accessible, open and secure.
Lexia Avvocati: Lexia Avvocati is an Italian independent law firm founded in 2016 consisting of 3 offices and 60+lawyers that are committed to providing clients with high-level advice and expertise. Lexia Avvocati represents both listed and non-listed Italian companies, national and multinational group of companies, banks, financial intermediaries, insurance companies, SME, start-ups and high net-worth individuals.
FINREG Partners: FINREG Partners is a boutique law firm specialised in financial services, FinTech, investment funds and capital markets. The firm was founded by two experienced lawyers experienced in advising multiple players in the financial and FinTech sector, such as renowned businesses and growing start-ups.
The Egyptian International Shipping Agencies and Services Group: The Egyptian International Shipping Agencies and Services Group is one of Egypt’s leading shipping companies, specializing in agency services, tourism, logistics, trip handling and travel. They work to ensure safe passage in the Suez Canal, one of the world’s largest shipping waterways.
FundsDLT: The FundsDLT project was initiated in 2016 by the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and Fundsquare. FundsDLT works to shift the technological paradigm in the industry by leveraging blockchain technology for a decentralised network and APIs that automate and mutualise processes. This enables data-transfer in real time and reduces redundant activities.