RWA#4 – Monerium: a new generation of on/off-ramp


In Roman mythology, Janus was the god of beginnings, transitions, and endings. He was depicted as having two faces looking in opposite directions, symbolizing his ability to look both to the future and the past. Janus offers the perfect metaphor to solve one of the most important pieces of crypto infrastructure: on/off-ramp. In the context of crypto, an on/off-ramp refers to the channels through...



Over the last few weeks different DeFi projects have emerged, offering customers the opportunity to get exposure to the most common traditional securities on the market: US Treasury Bills.  The bridging of traditional securities on-chain is the clearest ongoing DeFi trend and this post aims to analyze the main projects and their impact on the evolution of the DeFi space. Convergence of on...



A blockchain is a fully deterministic system meaning that, given the history of the system, it can be replayed in another machine achieving the same results. Essentially it is a machine that, given the same inputs, will always provide the same outputs. This is a very powerful property, because it allows users to store information of different nature safely, with a very limited risk of data...

Network effects in fintech


Network effects is, with no doubt, the biggest force behind outlandish successes in the tech space. The goal of this post is to dig deeper into the role networks effects play in fintech to provide a sustained competitive advantage.

The disintermediation of finance


Why (in italian perch√©) has always been my favorite word.  Why, in my opinion, is the most powerful word we have, as it allows us to uncover the real essence of things. It is the key to understanding causality, one of the pillars of the scientific method. The goal of this post is to ignore buzzwords and a blind deterministic approach, which permeates crypto, and try and understand why DeFi...