The Future of Money Conference in Stockholm

Monerium co-founder Jon Helgi Egilsson spoke at the “The Future of Money — Central Bank Digital Currency and Beyond” conference on June 15, 2019, in Stockholm, Sweden


E-money: the digital alternative to cash

Monerium was founded in 2015 with the motivation to organize the future of the financial system around digital currency on blockchains. It was clear to us that blockchains would require a bridge to traditional fiat to accelerate the adoption of this technology and facilitate innovation in financial services. It was also clear to us that mainstream adoption would require deliberately working within the regulatory frameworks to ensure consumer protection and limit malicious use.


Old shocks cast long shadows over the exchange rate

An article published in the Journal of Applied Economics on Apr 16th, 2019


Monerium raises seed round from ConsenSys, Crowberry Capi...

Reykjavik-headquartered Monerium today announces the closing of a seed funding round led by the Nordic VC fund, Crowberry Capital, with the participation of NY-based blockchain software technology company, ConsenSys, and Hof Holdings, bringing total funds raised to $2M (USD).


Blockchains and the future of financial services

At the beginning of Monerium, the team set out to partner with one of the financial institutions in Iceland to research in depth how the future of financial services could be impacted by Blockchains. This partnership was essential in order to fully dive into every aspect of today’s financial world.


Monerium was formed in the wake of the global financial c...

Founded in 2015, the Monerium team backgrounds include central banking, finance and cloud services, financial regulation & compliance, and cryptocurrency. However different, we share the belief that the global financial system requires rebuilding, and that blockchains, e-money, and cryptocurrency play a foundational role in making finance more efficient and reliable.


Minting Money With Megawatts

The cover article in the September 2016 issue of Proceedings of the IEEE.

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