This Entrepreneur is Building a Platform for Blockchain Startups

This Entrepreneur is Helping BlockChain Startups Scale

There’s no doubt blockchain startups are on the rise. The space has never been this exciting as the next phase of internet is all about decentralization. We caught up with Csilla Brimer who is the Cofounder of to find out more about how she’s helping blockchain startups scale.

Describe what you do in 140 characters or less.

We catapult blockchain startups to the front lines of innovation. We are all about helping the go-getters achieve their boldest, raddest, wildest dreams. We offer a complete service to take your idea from “initial concept” to “full implementation”, which often includes asset tokenization, launching cryptocurrency exchanges, NFTs and Defi platforms.

What was the inspiration behind your startup?

Both my co-founder Matt Millen and I are nuts about designing original proof of concepts. We are not your typical blockchain consultants. We have been in the space for 6 years now, and we have seen a lot of startups evolve, we have witnessed their challenges and helped them through it with insights and creative solutions to their problems. We are brutally honest about the cost, technical & regulatory challenges ahead but we are also here to slingshot you and your brand ahead of the competition. We can help you navigate through the regulatory minefield and offer you insights only few companies have access to.

What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome?

Creating structure around a rapidly evolving tech space. It’s an ongoing challenge actually. It has not become easier but I have become better at adapting to regulatory changes, going with the flow ( protocol development and trends ) and creating structure around constantly changing processes.

If you had to go back in time, what would you do differently for your startup?

This is a catch-22. There are many things I would do differently in terms of our operations and processes, but I only came to that conclusion after making a couple mistakes so I suppose you could say that this was the price of knowledge.

If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?

People over profit, always. There is always another financial opportunity. The next deal. But if you have an amazing business partner you cherish and respect, a couple of loyal contractors and a few clients who value your contributions and services, you have already made it! Hold onto them.

Where can people learn more? 

Sure – we would be grateful if anyone reached out to us. Our website is