Location, April 07, 2023 — Insaaph Capital, a digital investment manager, announced that it has been selected to participate in Tatum’s Blockchain Accelerator Program. The program, sponsored by Tatum, a leading provider of blockchain infrastructure and developer tools, aims to support and accelerate the growth and development of high-growth potential blockchain startups that are solving unique and difficult technology problems.
Insaaph Capital has been selected from a large pool of applicants to participate in the program, which will run for three months starting from February 10, 2023. The program administered by StartupYard, one of the leading Seed Accelerators in Central Europe, catering to “Deep Tech” startups, is highly competitive and offers access to Tatum’s comprehensive suite of blockchain tools and services, top-tier advisors/mentors and resources. Insaaph will also gain access to funding. Since founding in 2011, StartupYard has accelerated 100+ start-ups from 20+ countries, and over half of their alumni have raised funding totalling more than EUR 100 m.
Over the course of the program Insaaph will work closely with Tatum and StatupYard’s network of advisors/mentors, some of the best minds in the blockchain and finance industries, to refine their business model and develop strategies for scaling their blockchain-based investment and savings solutions.
Altesh Baijoo, CEO at Insaaph Capital, expressed his delight in being selected to participate in the program. “Participating in Tatum’s Blockchain Accelerator Program is a significant opportunity for Insaaph Capital to work closely with leading experts and industry insiders in the blockchain and finance industries. We are honoured to be a part of this innovative initiative and look forward to leveraging Tatum’s comprehensive suite of blockchain tools and services and StartupYard’s network of advisors/mentors to refine our business model and develop effective strategies for scaling our solutions.”
Cedric Maloux, CEO at StartupYard, echoed Baijoo’s sentiments: “We are excited to have Insaaph Capital on board for our Blockchain Accelerator Program. Insaaph Capital’s innovative approach to digital investment management and its commitment to providing secure and transparent investment solutions makes them an ideal partner for Tatum. We look forward to collaborating with Insaaph Capital to bring their solutions to market and to help them make a significant impact in the blockchain and finance industries.”
In May 2022 Insaaph launched its first product CONSILIENCE 10|10, a tokenised, transparent, rules-based, crypto index that holds the Top 10 Crypto Assets and Top 10 DeFi Assets. Over the course of 2022 to date, despite the tumultuous crypto market, CONSILIENCE recorded strong risk-adjusted returns, which contributed to early product-market fit. Insaaph are now scaling the product aligned to the go-to market strategy. Beyond CONSILIENCE Insaaph plans on continuing to develop its investment platform to be ‘the easiest single destination to invest across asset classes and geographies. For next generation investors.’
“We set out on this mission in response to this way of investing not being accessible, implying that wealth creation access remains privileged. We think that needs to change and are therefore building an investment platform to facilitate wealth creation and financial independence, via access to innovative, tokenised savings and investment products,” said Baijoo.
To learn more about Tatum’s Blockchain Accelerator Program, visit: https://tatum.io/tatumblockchain-accelerator.
About Insaaph Capital:
Insaaph Capital is a Digital Investment Management Company that has its goal to be “the easiest single destination to invest across asset classes and geographies, for next generation investors.” Insaaph is committed to delivering innovative solutions that leverage blockchain technology to create access to investment products across all asset classes and geographies.
Providing blockchain infrastructure and developer tools, Tatum is a leader in the blockchain industry. Using Tatum, developers can build blockchain-based applications from a unified framework that supports over 60 blockchain protocols, and thousands of assets and is easy to use and secure.