Tuesday, July 14, 2020

James Slazas from DARMA Capital Joins the ST Foundation

SEOUL, South Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#BlockchainAccelerator–James Slazas from DARMA Capital joined the ST Foundation as an advisor from October 14th, 2019.

James Slazas has served as a CFO, a blockchain accelerator in an Ethereum-based infrastructure developing company. Currently, he runs DARMA Capital, which manages more than 100 million dollars in digital assets since 2019.

DARMA Capital’s goal is to provide quantitative systemic alpha generation of the Web3 Blockchain Protocols. DARMA flagship fund is a long-term Ethereum Fund, optimized for investors who want to protect their long ETH position from negative price factors and accumulate assets.

DARMA Capital is also an investment fund registered at CFTC as a commodity pool operator (CPO) and commodity trading advisor (CTA). Moreover, DARMA Capital is a member of the National Futures Association (NFA).

Since 2017 ST Foundation’s IST Project has focused on developing devices and various platforms such as fin-tech payment and expected to accelerate into the global market.


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Kim Joon-young



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