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ADVANCING NEWSPACE

With cryptocurrency
and blockchain technology

Spacebit Foundation is focussed on building the ecosystem to allow people and small enterprise to take advantage of recent giant leaps in efficient launch technologies and new satellite platforms.

We are a team of consultants, astronauts, entrepreneurs, engineers and rocket scientists. We dream about space exploration, but also want to make our venture profitable for future investors. Our goal is to change perceptions about space exploration and make direct investment in space projects more accessible.

Team and advisors

Anatoly Artsebarsky

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Anatolii
Artsebarskii
Soyuz TM-12 /
Mir-9
Leonid Kadeniuk

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Leonid
Kadeniuk
NASA Columbia
STS-87
Pavlo Tanasyuk

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Pavlo
Tanasyuk
CEO Blockverify
Ian Angell

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Ian
Angell
Emeritus
Professor LSE
Tomasz Mloduchowski

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Tomasz
Mloduchowski
Blockchain Expert
Nadeem Gabbani

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Nadeem
Gabbani
Researcher
Cambridge University
Alexander Shelovnikov

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Alexander
Shelovnikov
Deloitte Ventures
Meidad Pariente

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Meidad
Pariente
SPECIALIST and
Sky and Space Global
Alexey Loktionov

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Alexey
Loktionov
Commercial Space
Technologies LTD
Chris Welch

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Chris
Welch
International
Space University
Valery Borovik

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Valery
Borovik
Head of
New Energy
Swetha Kotichintala

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Swetha
Kotichintala
Manager of
General Electric
Pavel Pogodin

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Pavel
Pogodin
Partner in the Silicon Valley office of Haynes and Boone, LLP

Space exploration always had a science fiction component, but cryptocurrency in itself is a science fiction becoming a reality.

Brock Pierce, Chairman of Bitcoin Foundation

The long term future of the human race must be space and that it represents an important life insurance for our future survival

Stephen Hawking

OUR NETWORK

20+ UNIVERSITIES | 200+ PEOPLE | KEY PEOPLE FROM SPACE AND CRYPTO

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Anatolii Artsebarskii

Leonid Kadeniuk

Pavlo Tanasyuk

Ian Angell

Tomasz Mloduchowski

Nadeem Gabbani

Alexander Shelovnikov

Meidad Pariente

Alexey Loktionov

Chris Welch

Valery Borovik

Swetha Kotichintala

Pavel Pogodin

Anatolii Artsebarskii

became a cosmonaut in 1985. Anatoly has spent almost 5 months in space on a single spaceflight. In 1991, he flew aboard Soyuz TM-12 and docked with the Mir Space Station. Anatoliy sits on the board of Spacebit Foundation, he is Founding member and is currently in charge of Eastern Europe.

Leonid Kadeniuk

is the first astronaut of independent Ukraine. He made his flight on USA NASA's Columbia in 1997 as part of the international mission STS-87.Leonid is Adviser and Founding member at Spacebit Foundation.

Pavlo Tanasyuk

is a technology entrepreneur and CEO of BlockVerify. Pavlo holds MPhil in Technology Policy from the University of Cambridge. Pavlo was Editor-In-Chief of Information Systems Journal at the London School of Economics. He presented his work at a number of major international conferences including World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Pavlo is Co-Founder of Spacebit Foundation.

Ian Angell

is Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics. He is a well known public speaker and consultant, internationally renowned as a 'futurologist', in particular for his views on the future of money. Ian is Co-Founder of Spacebit Foundation.

Tomasz Mloduchowski

is Blockchain and Infosecurity Specialist, he is Research and Technology consultant with broad background and interests, covering electronics, embedded hardware, software, web applications. Tomas investigated the feasibility of video manipulation onboard of MIT research satellite slated for launch in 2009. Tasks included researching high compression ratio video codecs, including MPEG4-10 and power efficient computing methods to be used in future spacecraft. Tomasz is in charge if blockchain implementation and smart contracts at Spacebit.

Nadeem Gabbani

is a Researcher at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. Nadeem has worked on a number of CubeSat and research projects, including thin-film spacecraft design at Cornell University’s Laboratory for Intelligent Machine Systems. He has also been the lead design engineer for the UKSEDS UKube-1 payload, the UK Space Agency's first CubeSat. Nadeem is Co-Founder of Spacebit Foundation and is in charge of future spacecraft design.

Alexander Shelovnikov

is responsible for Deloitte’s corporate venturing and blockchain activities in the UK. He co-founded the Deloitte Blockchain Lab and is part of the leadership team within Deloitte’s global crypto community. Alex is Adviser and Founding member at Spacebit Foundation.

Meidad Pariente

is one of Israel's leading space entrepreneurs, he is a Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer at Sky & Space Global. Meidad started as AMOS-1 satellite operator, later was the Deputy Mission Manager of AMOS-2, Chief systems engineer of AMOS-3 successfully launched in 2008, and special engineering advisor for AMOS-5, launched in 2011. Meidad was designing the VENUS project, an Israeli-French hyperspectral satellite. Meidad is a leading nanosatellite expert, having led projects in Israel, Europe and the USA. In 2014 Meidad and Maya led the Duchifat-1 project, the first Israeli nanosatellite which was launched successfully in June 2014 as part of a tertiary project. Meidad is Adviser at Spacebit Foundation.

Alexey Loktionov

is Manager at Commercial Space Technologies Ltd a leading UK space consultancy and launch broker for small satellites. CST has negotiated and procured launch vehicles for small satellite customers, having managed the interaction between launch provider and customer for 33 successful missions. Alexey is in charge of Spacebit Foundation business partnerships and media.

Chris Welch

is Professor of Space Engineering at the world renowned International Space University in Strasbourg, France Prof Welch is a member of the Horizon 2020 Space Advisory group and Vice President for Education and Workforce Development of the International Astronautical Federation. Prof Welch is also a Vice-President, Council Member and Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society, a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Physics. Prof Welch is Adviser and Founding member at Spacebit Foundation.

Valery Borovik

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Swetha Kotichintala

General Electric, she was also active in a number of Space missions, including Lunar Mission One. She was also a Student Scientist/Initiator at Project STUDSAT (CubeSat) and worked on improving Avionics of Automatic Flight Control Systems (auto-pilot) of MIG-21 aircraft in India. Swetha is in charge of Business development at Spacebit Foundation.

Pavel Pogodin

is a partner in the Silicon Valley office of Haynes and Boone, LLP, where he counsels clients on all aspects of intellectual property law. He is also Aircraft pilot and Space enthusiast. Pogodin worked on intellectual property strategies and portfolios for various types of enterprises ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. He has successfully handled and managed cases in a broad range of technologies and has a vast patent and trade secret litigation experience before the patent office, state and federal courts as well as the International Trade Commission. Dr. Pogodin successfully handled numerous court cases related to patent and copyright infringement, which were brought before various tribunals, representing both intellectual property rights holders as well as high technology companies defending against intellectual property rights assertions. Pavel is in charge of Legal compliance and Business development in the USA.