"Our goal is to develop the values of personal freedom, privacy protection and decentralization in close connection with modern technologies.“
When you need us, we are here for you
We will design and implement a suitable legal framework for your business plan.
We will provide you with complementary services including tax, accounting and AML compliance.
We will represent you in public proceedings as well as in civil litigations.
We will connect you with people who will help you with execution of your project.
How we work
Your data is safe with us
Trust is the foundation of advocacy since ancient times. With the development of new technologies new threats emerge. But as with any arms race the defence is not far behind. We store our client’s data using providers who honour the zero-trust approach, which means we are the only party holding the encryption keys. Not even our providers can access the data.
We use secure services for communication. Our e-mails are hosted on the Swiss service Protonmail (end-to-end encrypted email service using PGP). We also use applications with end-to-end encryption for mobile communication (Signal, Threema etc.).
We are crypto friendly
We love cryptocurrencies! Not only because of our professional interest but also due to their decentralized nature. We believe that cryptocurrencies are the future and that is why we have adopted them.
For all our services you have the option to pay with common cryptocurrencies. We accept Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum and Litecoin. Should you wish to pay in a different cryptocurrency, let us know and we will manage.
We specialise but are openminded
Law is a broad field and our way for delivering quality and effective services is specialisation – we have chosen the area of blockchain technology and we want to be the best. If the need arises, we involve other specialists and share know-how.
Therefore, we are capable of delivering our services in the highest quality even for complex projects which interconnect with more areas of law even beyond our expertise. We honour the ground rule “two heads are better than one“ and not the “we know-it-all“ approach.
We apply the open-source principles to law
The concept of open-source is very dear to us and we think that it can be applied in legal areas just as well as in the area of software development. We do not see law as a closed system, but we take the view that law can be more open through the concept of open-source and thus it can contribute to the legal awareness in society.
In the future we plan to create a free public platform for sharing legal know-how.