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Law 1528 – Digital Asset Regulations in Monaco

The impact and implications of MC Law 1528 provide a legal framework for the administration, issuance, and trading of digital assets in Monaco. Learn about the benefits and risks of digital assets, why the new law is important to the economy of Monaco, and how it could change how companies and investors view the principality for digital asset investment.

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Family Offices in the Age of Digital Assets

This article discusses how family offices can incorporate digital assets into their business activities or look at them from an investor perspective for diversification. It explores what digital assets are, how family offices can seek exposure to this new asset class, and what hurdles they must overcome. The article suggests that incorporating digital asset capabilities can lay the groundwork for a better understanding of digital assets as portfolio investments and can lead to a competitive advantage. However, the article also highlights the roadblocks and opportunities associated with investing in digital assets and advises family offices to invest time and resources in understanding the technology, the risks, and the potential early on.

Crypto Bridges – Hacking Targets & Alternative Solutions

Crypto bridges are a tool that enables the use of assets on one blockchain on another without transferring or exchanging them, solving the interoperability problem between blockchains. However, this solution has become a popular target for hackers, with an estimated $2bn stolen from bridging solutions in 2022 alone. Crypto bridges can be classified into various categories, including asset-specific, chain-specific, application-specific, and generalized bridges, each with a specific purpose. They can also be classified by their security mechanism, including trusted, trustless, insured, and bonded bridges. While many crypto bridges use varying degrees of trustlessness, they present risks associated with smart contract risk, technology risk, censorship risk, custodial risk, collateral as a target, under-collateralization, and loss of collateral value. The rise of crypto bridge exploits has led to the need for improvement in security and reliability, with developers needing to accept responsibility and prioritize the protocol’s security over all other aspects.

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The Crypto Wallet

This article is part of the Blockchain Beginners Guide series and focuses on cryptocurrency wallets. It explains what wallets are, their purpose, and the different types available. The three main wallet types are online wallets, software wallets, and hardware wallets. The article explains the pros and cons of each type and provides recommendations for selecting a wallet. It also emphasizes the importance of private and public keys in accessing and managing digital assets. The article is written by Steve Kamer and includes visual aids.

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BizUnity – Bridging Web3 and Investors

We support Web3, Fintech and AI projects to streamline the fundraising process by reviewing their business model, advising on areas of improvement, and connecting them with a network of potential investors.

BizUnity exclusively focuses on Web3 projects that seek to resolve a real-world problem and thus provide value to the ecosystem and investors.

BizUnity screens our partnering VCs for their competence and commitment. This ensures that deal requests can be placed in a targeted approach, facilitating time to market for both parties, investor and project.

Through our parent company, we can consult our clients and support them on their journey with advice, resources, and strategic partnerships.

BizUnity, a subsidiary of Inside The Block, provides a networking platform for Web3 projects and VCs.