|File:Diamond Standard Logo.png|
|Founder 👔||Cormac Kinney (CEO & Founder)|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
New York City,
Area served 🗺️
|Products 🎛️ 🧴||Diamond Standard Coin, Diamond Standard Bar, Bitcarbon token|
Number of employees
The coin and bar are physical, and each contains a standardized set of diamonds, graded and certified by the GIA, and an embedded wireless encryption chip. The provenance of the diamonds, sourced through transparent bidding on a regulated exchange, and proof of their aggregate scarcity, [self-published source?] is stored on a public blockchain.[unreliable source] The chip also stores a blockchain token, which enables digital transactions for the commodity.[unreliable source] This token, called a Bitcarbon, can be traded like Bitcoin, or be used asset-back any digital contract or currency.[unreliable source] The clients are institutional investors and individuals, and the token is issued under license from the Bermuda Monetary Authority.[unreliable source?] The authenticity and fairness of the diamond commodity is ensured by radical transparency regarding the contents, sourcing, and price discovery of the diamonds inside each commodity.[unreliable source]
To supply the commodity, the company formed an electronic loose diamond exchange, the Diamond Standard Exchange,[unreliable source] to increase supply-chain efficiency and transparency. It is member owned, overseen by the BMA.[unreliable source?] All diamonds contained in the commodity are priced and acquired via bidding bid on this regulated exchange.[unreliable source?][self-published source?] The company was founded in New York City and has offices in Hamilton, Bermuda,[self-published source?] the domicile of its regulator.[self-published source?]
Founder Cormac Kinney is a software designer and serial entrepreneur, whose inventions have been cited in nearly than 4,000 patents,[unreliable source] including several related to diamond commodities, exchange and wireless technologies.[non-primary source needed] He raised over $500 million for eight startups, five of which have been acquired by public companies.[irrelevant citation]
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