PHI Token: Hybrid robot/human asset management platform
Digital process management with seasoned professional for client interaction
CEO, General Director
Born in 1969, Automotive Engineer,
Daniele Bernardi is a serial-entrepreneur
constantly searching for innovation.
Chairman of DIAMAN Sicav and CEO of DIAMAN, a Group dedicated to the development of profitably investment strategies, Bernardi’s activity is oriented to
the development of mathematic models, which simplify investors and family offices decision making processes, for risk reduction. He is the author of interesting academic papers about innovation in finance, published by Wilmott Magazine in May 2014 and on Journal of Accounting and Finance in April 2015. Models, indexes, and indicators developed by Bernardi have been presented in international conferences such as the Financial Management Association Conference in Denver and Nashville, the World Financial Conference in Shanghai, Venice and New York. Bernardi is also Charman of Investors’ Magazine Italia SRL and DIAMAN Tech SRL, board member and co-founder of 2Pay, a P2P mobile payment; He was recognized as “Inventor” by European Patent office for his European and Russian Patent into mobile payment field.
Born in 1981, in 2003 he obtained a degree in Statistics, Economics and Finance and in 2006 a Master’s Degree in Statistical, Economic, Financial and Business Sciences both at the University of Padua with a thesis on the automatic management of mutual funds. In 2007 he attended the Advanced Training Course in Quantitative Management at the MIP-Milan Polytechnic. He began his career as a graduate in Diaman as head of the development of quantitative models, in 2009 he became responsible of the Advisory Team and in 2015 he become the Managing Director of the company. He presented at the World Finance Conference in Venice the paper “The Right Time to Enter” written in collaboration with Tiziano Vargiolu, Researcher at the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics of the University of Padua and Enrico Edoli, owner of Finalyst S.A.S. Together with Daniele Bernardi, in 2015 he obtained the patent for an “evaluation system based on an iRating numerical criterion”.
Born in 1970 in Brazil from Chinese origin, Marcos obtain a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration at Northeastern University. After 8 years in Morgan Stanley, where he was Vice President of Fixed Income Technology, a unit with more than 40 person and developers, he founded a computer software company in London and in 2014 join Daniele Bernardi in 2Pay, a mobile payment Institution as CTO of the company. He managed devepment team to create a P2P patented engine. In 2017. he co-founded Farport, a software house to support Fintech companies in the development of their project. In DIAMAN Partners he is the Head of Development team for the Hybrid Platform and supervise also the Smart Contract team developers.
Alexander Vella career started as an economist at the Central Bank of Malta after obtaining an Msc. Economics (Cand. Polit.) from the University of Copenhagen. At the Central Bank he later took the role of Fixed Income Dealer at the Central Bank of Malta where he had the opportunity to manage USD and EUR portfolios for the national reserve, and was also involved in the ECB’s Securities Market Programme. He later joined NBG Bank Malta to startup and head the Derivates Sales Unit. Alex Vella joined Gamma Capital Markets in 2012 and he held a number of positions as Portfolio Manager and Investment Committee member, then moved to set up the Risk Function, and later became CEO. Alex is a Board Member of DIAMAN Partners LTD, the Management Company under authorisation by MFSA.
Paolo Tasca is a Digital Economist specialising in P2P financial systems. An advisor on blockchain technologies for different international organisations including the EU Parliament and the United Nations, Paolo is founder and Executive Director of the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at University College London (UCL CBT). He recently has also been appointed Dean of Research of the Jiangsu Huaxin Blockchain Research Institute (JBI) in Nanjing and Honorary Research Professor of Sogang Univ. Blockchain Research Center in Seoul. Previously, he was Lead Economist on digital currencies and P2P financial systems at the German Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt. Paolo is the co-author of the bestseller “FINTECH Book” and the co-editor of the book “Banking Beyond Banks and Money”. He has been Associate Editor of the Journal of Risk Finance since 2016 and Guest Editor of the Journal of Digital Banking since 2017. As Executive Director of the UCL CBT, Paolo is also directly involved in various research projects concerning different application fields of blockchain technologies. Among them, the BARAC Project (Blockchain technology for Algorithmic Regulation and Compliance) supported by EPSRC.
Daniel Heller is a FinTech and blockchain technology expert. In 2017, has was a Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC. Before joining the Institute, he was head of financial stability at the Swiss National Bank, head of the Secretariat of the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems at the Bank for International Settlements, and executive director for Switzerland, Poland, Serbia, Azerbaijan, and four Central Asian republics at the International Monetary Fund. He received his PhD from the University of Bern and was a research fellow at Stanford University. His academic publications are on optimal design of bond auctions, demand for central bank money, and collateral requirements for over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives clearing. His current research focuses on the impact of emerging digital technologies such as blockchain on the financial sector, financial stability, and central banking.
- Token for investors (61.8%)
- Airdrop after 6 month (3.4%)
- Management/Employee (11.1%)
- M&A and Buffer (23.7%)
- Platform development (30.2%)
- Marketing (18.6%)
- Business development (41.4%)
- Advisors, Legal & Compliance (5.4%)
- Research & Development (4.4%)
Cost of the token1 token for 1.61803 $
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The project is a platform for implementing hybrid investments in all asset classes, including cryptocurrencies. The team will use the release of the project token to finance some developments and their subsequent implementation. An interesting solution concentrating on one platform a variety of assets and allowing you to instantly choose the most beneficial variants.
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From the disadvantages I can say that the idea of such investments is not new and there are already enough projects on the market trying to combine traditional assets and cryptocurrencies together. While such an idea is not too popular, because these are different segments of the market and not many traders who use these functions.
I do not think that this project will be successful and will attract many investors and traders on its platform. Also, such investment projects are tightly controlled by regulators, and the project does not pay much attention to interaction with regulators in different countries.