Mr. Ido Sadeh Man

Mr. Ido Sadeh Man

Founder & Foundation Council President, Saga Foundation

 

About Saga:

Founded in April 2017, the Saga Foundation's mission is to design a non-sovereign currency with the qualities to become a global, complimentary store of value and medium of exchange. Non-anonymous and algorithmically governed by a variable-fractional reserve model, Saga is designed to answer often raised public policy concerns regarding identity and volatility.

With an interdisciplinary approach towards the design of its monetary model, Saga is advised and supported by global subject-matter leaders, such as Prof. Jacob Frenkel, Prof. Myron Scholes, and Prof. Dan Galai.

 

 Short Bio:

Founded in April 2017, the Saga Foundation's mission is to design a non-sovereign currency with the qualities to become a global, complimentary store of value and medium of exchange. Non-anonymous and algorithmically governed by a variable-fractional reserve model, Saga is designed to answer often raised public policy concerns regarding identity and volatility.

With an interdisciplinary approach towards the design of its monetary model, Saga is advised and supported by global subject-matter leaders, such as Prof. Jacob Frenkel, Prof. Myron Scholes, and Prof. Dan Galai.

Considering blockchain as one of the required set of tools for creating updated governance structures for the data-era citizen, Ido has founded within Saga the New Contract Policy Institute, an applied research project to contribute to the process of defining a new paradigm for a coherent social exchange of value - an updated social contract.

Starting his professional life as a jazz musician, Mr. Sadeh Man spent the last 10 years leading product and technology organisations, including Odysii (sold to Gilbarco Veeder-Root, NYSE: FTV), and Mobli, where he transitioned from VP of R&D to COO, after successfully completing the company's Series C investment round led by Carlos Slim-owned, America Movil.

Mr. Ido Sadeh Man is Co-Founder & Partner of The Singulariteam Technology Group, Israel's most active VC in Israel in 2015 & 2016, with recent successful exits totaling $250M.