Unlocking the future
of the open interneT

State-of-the-Art Cryptography for Web3 and Blockchain

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We are
inversed tech

A cryptographic R&D team building the future infrastructure for the open internet. We work with open source ecosystems to bring state-of-the-art cryptography to the top protocols in the web3 and blockchain space, contributing meaningfully to the development of their functionality, security, robustness and efficiency.

Ethical Impact
Meet the Team


R&D Projects

We understand that every business is unique and has its own set of cryptographic challenges. That's why we work closely with our clients to design customized solutions that best fit their needs through design, implementation, and problem-solving.

Blue Team

We become an extension of your tech team by providing deep cryptographic expertise where you may need it. Ongoing collaborations allow us to truly dive into your product/protocol, as well as to get to know your team and collaborate efficiently and effectively.

Red Team

We look to ensure the safety and security of your protocols. We will review updates and offer ongoing support and monitoring to prevent any potential security breaches. Your protocols will be in good hands and your data and assets will be protected.


Development of THE
Cryptography industry

We ensure the security of schemes, protocols and open source libraries
We focus on the interoperability of code and infrastructure
We prioritize the users needs with a commitment to their security and privacy
We build projects based on the values of transparency and responsibility

Work With

Inversed Tech collaborates with projects that:

Have a deep technological or cryptographic need or problem.
Are working on changing the status quo of society through tech.
Believe in using cryptography to rebalance the trust vs power paradigm.


Take a look at some of the projects we have collaborated on.

Cryptographic Audit of the Iron Fish Private multi-Asset Transfer Protocol
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We present the findings of our review of the Iron Fish Private Multi-Asset Transfer protocol. During the audit we focused on both the cryptographic and engineering aspects of the protocol. We reviewed the design of the protocol, the Rust implementation of the different components, as well as the ZKP circuit implementations. We reported important findings that were fixed before the mainnet deployment.

Systematization of Knowledge on Private Programmability

Early 2023, the Zcash Foundation commissioned the authors to write a systemization of knowledge paper on the topic of privacy-preserving blackchain programmability solutions, in order to inform discussions amongst the Zcash community about adding programmability to Zcash.

CLE, a unique event in the cryptography space

We organized the Crypto Lounge Experience (CLE), a one-day event, during zkweek.org in July, featuring a treasure hunt, inspiring conversations, intimate tutorials and powerful workshops. All delivered by the top speakers and facilitators in the space, with the goal of making participants learn by experiencing while strengthening bonds, and inspiring collaboration between teams in the space


meet the
inversed tech team

Daniel Benarroch
Daniel is a conscious leader with 8 years of experience in R&D in the cryptography space. His work ranges from homomorphic encryption, to multiparty computation, to zero-knowledge proofs. As the former Director of Research at QEDIT, he has led strategic projects with DARPA and the Zcash Foundation, as well as building the ZKProof.org standardization initiative. He is a purpose-driven individual with the goal to improve how people connect, both on and offline.
Bryan Gillespie
Bryan is a mathematician and cryptographer with expertise ranging from zk-SNARK backend protocols to computational commutative algebra. He received his PhD in pure mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley, and subsequently became interested in zero-knowledge proof systems used by modern blockchain protocols while working as an academic researcher and educator.  Bryan believes strongly in the power of cryptography to safeguard the basic human rights of privacy and self-determination, and he also enjoys going for long runs in the mountains.
Aurelien Nicolas
Aurel is an innovative engineer who designs and audits smart contracts, cryptographic protocols, and decentralized architectures. He excels in solving complex problems with creativity and craftsmanship. In the blockchain and cryptography realm, Aurel is known for his strategic guidance and technical insight. He contributed to the security and performance of a leading zkEVM. Aurel's approach combines innovative thinking with a dedication to technical excellence, establishing him as a pivotal figure in the technology sector.
Eduardo Morais
Eduardo graduated in Computer Engineering and PhD at the University of Campinas, where he worked with elliptic-curve cryptography, bilinear pairings, identity-based cryptography and homomorphic encryption. His interests are in privacy-preserving technologies, like zero-knowledge proofs and multi-party computation, with possible applications to Blockchain.
Maxwell Codehart
As a team leader and cryptographic engineer, Maxwell’s expertise lies in the fields of privacy, secure computation, and cryptographic protocols. He has acquired a Master of Science in Cryptography focusing on MPC. His passion for this field stems from its crucial role in ensuring sensitive information's safety and security.
Susan McFee
Susan is our behind the scenes Executive Assistant handling admin, remote team building, social media, and human resources, based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She brings her Executive Assistant experience; coordinating remote teams, logistics, scheduling, digital marketing and event management to Inversed Tech and enjoys ballroom and Latin dancing.

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