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at Coase.

We work on better ways to transact within new digital economies.

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Our first product is a digital collectible card game which uses a blockchain-powered marketplace.

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Cards in a Coase CCG are auctioned off using a multi-lot, single price, increasing bid auction with a token bonding curve implemented as a smart contract on a blockchain.

Players can rent or trade their cards using smart contracts native to the system, capturing royalties or appreciation.

Coase rewards players through more diverse formats of game play and greater autonomy to capture value from their deck-building strategies.

Meet our
core team.

Zvi Mowshowitz

Is a former professional Magic: The Gathering player, as well as a member of their Hall of Fame. In addition to his accolades as a participant, he has also held R&D and consulting positions in a variety of games in the collectible card game industry. He most recently worked at Jane Street Capital.

Kathleen Breitman

Is the co-founder of Tezos, a fresh implementation of a smart contract network governed by its participants. In the Tezos protocol, coins can represent a way to vote on upgrades to the network, power smart contracts, or transact in the ledger.

Brian David-Marshall

Chief Creative Officer, is a former comic book and gaming executive who has been involved in the commercial deployment of digitized card games since 2005. Brian has a twenty year career in creating unique characters, building assets for established franchises, and integrating them with game brands.

Alan Comer

Chief Technical Officer, built AI and rules engines for popular franchises like Pokémon and Magic: The Gathering online edition. He has over 20 years of experience building rules engines and digital card games. He most recently worked at Valve Games, one of the most successful gaming companies in the US.