Gustavo Albanesi and Caio Villa, founders of Uniera. Photo: Uniera.

An executive with a background in traditional financial markets and an investor in initiatives in the world of cryptocurrencies announced today (10) a new digital currency exchange, the Would unite. The name is a combination of the words universe and era, raised R$ 2.2 million and will have tokens audited by Grant Thorton.

The company enters an increasingly competitive exchange market. But, which is also growing fast and with potential, according to analysts, for new leaps.

Gustavo Albanesi is one of the founders and will be responsible for the company’s strategy (CSO). The executive has worked for companies like Bear Stearns and Credit Suisse and co-founded the family office JG Partners. He is also CEO of BhudaSpa, the country’s largest urban spa chain, which began accepting bitcoin last October in franchise fees and products.

Caio Villa, another founder, is a digital influencer and has invested in crypto projects such as tar Atlas, AIOZ, PAID Network, Ethernity Chain, GameFi. He will be responsible for investments (CIO).

“We will give investors total security and exposure to disruptive projects not found on any other exchange in the country”, promises Albanesi.

The minimum investment in the Uniera exchange is R$100. Bitcoin, ethereum, Uniera Token, Dollar Yield and SOV Token transactions are available. According to the company, each one of them serves a different investor profile, from the most conservative in crypto to the most aggressive.

Uniera invests in the Global Altcoin Token (GAT), which represents a basket of digital assets. The SOV has 50% exposure to bitcoin and 50% to gold, while the Dollar Yield is exposed to the US dollar (US).