I am an entrepreneur by heart. I love to create and build companies out of nothing and to prove that some of my crazy ideas actually come to fruition. I am co-founder and CEO of Datarella, RAAY and Crowdstart Capital, all of them outlets we explore the blockchain ecosystem with.
Together with my colleagues, I also run BalticDataScience, our development office in Gdansk, Poland, and CodeLegit, a dispute resolution offering in the field of technical compliance.
We provide the decentralized platform for Enterprise Blockchain Applications. RAAY serves as the foundational, underlying protocol for digital businesses in the financial, supply chain, mobility, and real estate industries.
We provide Enterprise Blockchain Solutions. The Enterprise Blockchain serves as the foundational, underlying protocol for digital business transformation with converging technologies, such as AI, autonomous machines, AR and VR.
Crowdstart Capital is built on a strong community of Blockchain and AI developers. Crowdstart community members jointly evolve a decentralized software infrastructure by working on and investing in Blockchain and AI-based projects.
REWIRE is my hobby-turned-personal-quest based on personal experiences.
As Co-Chairman of the European Blockchain Association e.V. I support the EBA in synchronising and leveraging blockchain-related activities throughout Europe. As Co-Chairman of the Blockchain Arbitration Forum e.V. I support the BAF in co-creating legally compliant technology.
The European Blockchain Association (EBA) combines, synchronizes and leverages blockchain-related activities of European corporations, startups, venture capitalists, and scientific institutes.
Most jurisdictions in the world and every jurisdiction within the EU allows for private court proceedings, so-called arbitration. Summoning an arbitral tribunal requires that the parties to the dispute consent to such a proceeding, for example in via an agreement. Once they have done so, state courts are no longer competent for disputes between those parties, for example arising from such an agreement. Instead, the parties will have a hearing in front of the private arbitral tribunal.
In 2010, I co-founded AppAdvisors, an app consulting and development company that was sold to Bertelsmann in 2016. In 2006, I co-founded YiGG, an independent German social news aggregator, that I sold in 2011. In 1993, I co-founded arsmovendi.com (later travelgate AG), one of the first online travel agencies in Germany, later sold to telegate AG.
This is my private website that I originally started in January 2008 and that I refurbished in 2014, and in 2018. I live in Munich, together with my wife and our two kids. I write about things I think are important, which, in most cases, translates into non-business stuff, since business is only one of many important aspects of life.
You find more business-related content in the news sections of my companies’ websites mentioned in the navigation bar. If you think we should connect, feel free to contact me via LinkedIn.
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