Token Count
1 CRV8 = 0.0002646 ETH

Cryptov8 will be a UK domiciled and authorised bank using blockchain technology to bridge the gap between cryptobanking and traditional banking products and services. Our technology platforms and digital assets will improve adoption and usage of cryptocurrencies globally.

How is Cryptov8 different?

We are in the process of becoming a UK regulated, full service digital retail bank for Mortgages, Loans, Savings and Current Accounts. We will serve retail and SME customers in a familiar way, whilst using blockchain technology to transform the customer experience.

The Cryptov8 project extends far beyond any existing ‘CryptoBanking’ services that exist today. Our project aims to streamline challenges that customers often face, which will ultimately create the best possible route for adoption of cryptocurrencies, globally.

Convenience – Making wallet installation, access and usage straight forward.

Trust – As an authorised and regulated bank, we will apply the highest levels of regulatory principles and best industry practice to protect our customers.

Security – Providing bank grade security across wallet/asset storage, password retrieval and fraud protection.

Cost – Making exchange costs and withdrawals cheaper and more certain.

Reward – Uniquely, our cryptobanking customers will directly receive rewards for their loyalty. We will give a share of our cryptobanking fees back to our customers.

Acceptance – Making cryptocurrency payment mainstream.

Education – Providing easy access to educational material, an evolving knowledge base and providing unrivaled support to cryptocurrency customers.


Jacob Christiansen

Chief Executive Officer

Jacob is a Fintech and banking professional with more than 20 years’ experience in the industry. Jacob has extensive global management and fintech experience with the proven ability to create high performing teams as well as develop and implement business, marketing and sales strategies that drive success and fast market share growth. Jacob has managed relationships and projects with some of the world’s leading banks including; Lloyds Banking Group, HSBC, ING, RZB, Tesco Bank, Danske Bank, Santander, BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole and others. He is a certified banker and holds an MBA. Most recently he has been specialising in Digital Banking transformation advising banks globally.

Jonathan Atkinson

Chief Information Officer

Jonathan has worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years holding positions across delivery, management, implementation, consultancy, pre-sales and sales. His experience has been wide and varied, implementing at over 30 banks across Europe, Middle East and Africa and delivering digital and core transformation projects from a software, consultancy and infrastructure perspective. More recently, he has been deeply involved many of the key disruptive technologies facing the financial services sector, spending a lot of time in the Mobile Banking and Payments space as well as Biometrics, AI, Machine Learning and Distributed Ledger Technology through Blockchain.

Ian Rogers

Chief Technology Officer

Blockchain enthusiast, involved in cryptocurrencies since 2010. Over 20 years’ experience across Financial Services. Ian has held a series of roles at major institutions, including but not limited to JP Morgan Chase, HSBC, SAMA and American Express. Implemented, merged and migrated a series of banks; worked with the Singapore Monetary Authority to define their technology risk guidelines and has 16 years’ experience as a Managed Services, Operational Resilience and Business Continuity specialist.

Paul Miles

Chief Operating Officer

Paul is a banking professional with 30 years’ proven management and advisory experience in the industry. A chartered banker, Paul’s has held senior roles within a number of major financial institutions, with responsibility for operations, finance, risk, regulation, and successful business-led IT transformation projects. Between senior roles in industry, Paul joined one of the UK’s big four accounting, audit and advisory firms, where he led a key senior specialist regulatory team, advising clients, both external and internal whilst undertaking a number of C-level assignments. Latterly, Paul’s work as an independent consultant took him back into industry advisory, including regulatory policy advocacy and advice, policy development in conjunction with the UK regulator and the development of target operating models.

Phil Guest

Chief Revenue Officer – Ad and Partnerships

With a 30-year career in media, technology and telecoms Phil has been at the forefront of digital innovation in the advertising industry, across television, radio, print and digital media. An early entrant to online advertising in the late nineties, Phil developed ground-breaking communication strategies for many of the world’s largest advertisers. Following a successful corporate career with the likes of AOL and Fox, Phil went on to work with early-stage start-ups in the gaming, social media, programmatic advertising and mobile sectors. As founder of Revcelerate, he provides Chief Revenue Officer level support and advice to early- and growth-stage businesses looking to scale revenue. Recent projects include developing go-to-market and pricing strategies for the mobile identity products of telcos, FIs and other first-party data owners looking to monetise customer data in a secure, GDPR-compliant way.


  • Q3 2016

    • FCA approve a consumer credit license enabling us to provide personal loans and issue credit cards as well as carry out other consumer credit activities.
  • Q2 2017

    • Technology evaluation starts, full list of technology vendors considered. Application process for full banking licence begins.
  • Q3 2017

    • Extensive market research completed to identify consumer preferences, market trends and competitor offerings.
  • Q1 2018

    • Regulatory Pre-Application Process. Generation of Regulatory Business Plan.
  • Q3 2018

    • Banking platform vendor selected. Full banking licence application submitted to the Prudential Regulatory Authority
  • Q1 2019

    • Full banking licence Authorisation with Restriction granted. Crypto Wallet/Account Launch
  • Q3 2019

    • Full Banking Licence (without Restriction) granted. Banking Services Launch. Phase 1 to include:
    • Current Account 
    • Savings 
    • Unsecured Loan 
    • Business Lending
  • Q2 2020

    • Crypto Account Services Expansion 
    • Cryptomotiv8 (final features) 
    • CryptoG8 (own FIAT gateway/exchange)

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Investment Info
Accepting ETH
Token Info
Token CRV8
Platform Ethereum
Type ERC20
Token Price 1 CRV8 = 0.0002646 ETH
Token Count 1,000,000,000
Pre-Sale Start Date 2018-July-14
Pre-Sale End Date 2018-July-28
Crowd Sale Start Date 2018-July-28
Crowd Sale End Date 2018-September-28

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