The Foundation

The Bprotocol Foundation was established in 2017 in order to promote the adoption of the Bancor Protocol as a global standard for Smart Tokens™, cryptocurrencies with built-in convertibility directly through their smart contracts. Smart Tokens interconnect to form decentralized liquidity networks, allowing even small-scale tokens to thrive. By introducing an autonomous, non-profit liquidity solution, Bancor enables the long tail of user-generated cryptocurrencies to emerge, democratizing access to value creation.

The History of Bancor

The Bancor Protocol is named after the International trade balancing currency originally developed by John Maynard Keynes and E.F. Schumacher and proposed by Keynes at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944.

Foundation Council

The Bprotocol Foundation is based in Zug, Switzerland where it oversees the development of Bancor Protocol’s global adoption initiatives.

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Bernard Lietaer

Foundation Council President

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Eyal Hertzog

Foundation Council

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Guy Benartzi

Foundation Council

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Guido Schmitz-Krummacher

Foundation Council

Advisory Board

Bancor’s multidisciplinary mission is supported by experts and pioneers representing diverse fields, countries and generations.

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Tim Draper

Venture Capital

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Elie Galam

Financial

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John Henry Clippinger

Governance

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Brock Pierce

Blockchain

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Lee Linden

Mobile Applications

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Guy Corem

Blockchain

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Yoni Assia

Social Trading

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Yariv Gilat

Algo Trading

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Roel Wolfert

Community Currency

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Justin Rosenstein

Collaboration Software