Konfidio became an associated founding member of the International Token Standardization Association (ITSA) e.V.
Konfidio. Berlin’s Blockchain Venture Studio. We Build. We Advise. We Invest. We Accelerate.
Our studio combines 20 years of top-tier consulting experience with a talented team of technologists and venture developers. Konfidio has provided many end-to-end, and in production, solutions for a wide range of enterprise customers. Clients include Enovos, Bayer and ZF.
Konfidio invests in the new frontier of digital innovation whilst promoting sustainability, equality and confidence. We’re building the infrastructure to decentralize contract management, the energy market and other real-world business processes.
With the founding of our new accelerator program, KAP, and the regulated crypto and mining funds of our investment venture Kintaro Capital, we believe that we can make Berlin a global blockchain hub.
Founded by Dr. Maistry, an ex-COO of Deutsche Bank and Managing Partner for Innovation at both Accenture and EY, Konfidio’s team is now made up of over 35 innovative and enthusiastic people from more than 20 countries and 5 continents. We’re proud of our inclusive culture, which values diversity in racial, sexual, cultural and gender identities.
The International Token Standardization Association (ITSA) e.V. is a not for profit association of German law that aims at promoting the development and implementation of comprehensive market standards for the identification, classification and analysis of DLT- and blockchain-based cryptographic tokens.
So far various reputable organizations have already committed to join ITSA as associated founding members, reaching from corporates (e.g. Commerzbank’s Main Incubator, Bank Frick, MME, Börse Stuttgart) over associations (e.g. Bundesverband deutscher Banken, the German Investment Funds Association BVI), startups (e.g. Cashlink, solarisBank, CryptoTax, and Ambrosus) and universities (e.g. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, University of Mainz, TU Munich, Hasso Plattner Institute or UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies in London) to private members (one of the co-creators of the ERC20 standard).