Common Wealth Reveals the Industry-Leading All Street Oracles Behind the Revolutionary Protocol

Common Wealth Reveals the Industry-Leading All Street Oracles Behind the Revolutionary Protocol

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January 25, 2024 – Lisbon, Portugal


Common Wealth unveiled the ‘All Street Oracles,’ a group of 10 seasoned professionals with decades of experience in blockchain, crypto and technology investments, who will play a pivotal role in identifying and referring early-stage investment opportunities to the Common Wealth platform.

This initiative is a significant leap from the conventional model, making these opportunities that were once reserved solely for venture capitalists accessible to regular crypto users.

Common Wealth’s innovative platform, grounded in Web 3.0 technology, seeks to revolutionize the traditional venture capital model.

By widening the circle of investment to include retail investors, it aims to utilize the collective insight and wisdom of a diverse audience, thereby establishing superior standards in investment and education.

A hallmark of this approach is the protocol’s commitment to rigorous due diligence, enhancing the trustworthiness, reliability and security of projects.

The All Street Oracles are not involved in governance or decision-making for Common Wealth.

Instead, their role is to voluntarily share potential early-stage investment opportunities with the platform, following their personal investment standards and decisions.

These industry heavyweights, hailing from esteemed venture capital institutions or renowned angel investors, align with the mission to open up early-stage Web 3.0 investments to retail investors.

By referring these opportunities to Common Wealth, they aim to build a passionate and engaged community for these projects from the outset.

All Street Oracles overview

The 10 members who comprise the All Street Oracles are as follows.

  • Nenter Chow, head of portfolio strategy and part of the investment team of Animoca Ventures Chow brings 17 years of investment banking experience and involvement in early DeFi projects.
  • Jack Ratkovich, an investor at HashKey Capital, a Web 3.0-native VC fund Ratkovich has co-founded Tender.fi and held significant roles in ANG Ventures and PwC before focusing on crypto investments.
  • Juliet Su, managing partner at NewTribe Capital Su’s career transitioned from corporate investments to digital assets in 2017. She plays a key role in elevating startups in the Middle East, focusing on blockchain technology.
  • Karan Gandhi, senior investment associate at Cypher Capital, a $100 million blockchain-focused VC fund. Gandhi’s previous roles include senior venture architect in the UAE, advising tech startups on fundraising and market strategy.
  • Kyle Chassé, founder of Master Ventures After exiting his regenerative medicine company, Chassé turned to blockchain, founding Master Ventures, a $330 million blockchain-focused venture builder and VC. His expertise includes launching over 100 early-stage projects and founding multiple companies in the blockchain space.
  • Jonathan Woolley, CEO of Metavest Capital Woolley specializes in Web 3.0 gaming investments. His focus is on financial inclusivity within the crypto space, with over 50 strategic investments in the past three years.
  • Josh Meier, managing partner at Andromeda Capital and senior partner at Latitude Blockchain Services Josh has advised over 40 crypto startups. His area of expertise is post-launch strategy, having been an early-stage investor in over 200 Web 3.0 startups since 2017.
  • Oliver Blakey, co-leader of Paper Ventures and former professional poker player and co-founder of Ascensive Assets – Blakey’s experience in private portfolio management influences the growth of DLT companies invested in by Paper Ventures.
  • Ben Clarke, co-founder of A195 Ventures and BlockMatrix Capital Clarke’s background includes over 20 years in real estate investing and finance before entering the digital world. He co-founded BlockMatrix Capital and later A195 Capital, focusing on blockchain technology investments.
  • David Waslen, CEO and founder of Accretive, a tech investment and advisory firm Waslen has raised over $100 million in the Web 3.0 sector and is well-versed in corporate finance, venture capital and private equity.

Common Wealth was created as an alternative to existing venture capital models and Web 3.0 investment platforms.

By harnessing the power of blockchain technology and their collective expertise, the All Street Oracles aims to create a more equitable and accessible financial ecosystem where everyone can tap into wealth-generating financial opportunities.

About Common Wealth

Common Wealth is an early-stage Web 3.0 investment platform for everyone providing an all-access pass for retail investors to take control of their financial future.

It aims to disrupt, scale and optimize the traditional venture capital investment model using Web 3.0 principles and technology.

By opening up access to the 99%, Common Wealth incentivizes crowd-sourced wisdom and scales better standards of investment and education with high-level due diligence.

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