Venture financing trough ICO

02.11.2017

  • Federico Pintore, Ph.D - CryptoLabTN

    Federico Pintore obtained the Master’s Degree in Mathematics in 2011 at the University of Cagliari. He received the PhD in Mathematics on March, 2015 at the University of Trento, with a thesis on number theory and elliptic curves. He currently is a research fellow in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Trento, having the role of supervisor of a project about blockchain technology. His research interests are focused on: Number Theory (class field theory, integral binary quadratic forms); Elliptic Curve Cryptography (Point Counting Problem, Attacks to ECDLP, EC index-calculus, Pairing-Based Cryptography); Cryptocurrencies; Security Proofs.

  • Hartmann Felix - CEO and Founder extus

    Hartmann Felix is an Entrepreneur. After leaving Europe for several years he returned to Italy and founded his first consultancy startup. Allways passioned about innovation of all kind he got in touch with bitcoin back in 2013. He started to work full time on blockchain and connected technologies in 2017. In that year he founded extus.co a closed expert network that aims to support companies and investors with respect to pioneering blockchain Innovation. He also founded exi.events and is a co-organizer of the blockchain meetup southtyrol.

  • Andrea Benetton - COO of Eidoo

    Andrea Benetton started to work in Tech companies back in 2004. After working for BHB Network GmbH as a research fellow and project manager he became the CTO of the company. He left BHB in 2017 and became the CEO of digital identity and the COO of Eidoo.

  • Luca Ferrais - officer at CONSOB

    Luca Ferrais is a lawyer. He holds a degree in law from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano and a Master of Law at University of Pennsylvania Law School. He entered in Consob in 2012 after several years of experience in Assonimie the Italian stock society. From 2016, he works for the Commissioner Di Noia. Covering activities in investment, market infrastructure, corporate governance and Fintech.

  • Prof. Claudio Agostinelli - Department of mathematics UniTN

    Claudio Agostinelli, holds a degree from Padova University and obtained his Ph.D in Statistics at the same university in 1998. From 2001 to 2005 he was a researcher in Statistics (SECS-S/01) at University Ca' Foscari in Venice. From 2005 was an associate professor in Statistics at the same institute. From October 2015 he works at the Department of Mathematics of university Trento. His main area of research is robust statistics.

Venture financing through ICO