Andrew Keys

Andrew Keys

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Nick Name
Ethereum Oracle

Andrew Keys is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of DARMA Capital, a global investment management firm offering expertise in digital asset risk management and blockchain technology. In his role, he manages the company's global business development and product strategy. Andrew has gained a reputation as the “Ethereum Oracle” for his blockchain predictions. He has extensive experience in the creation and distribution of alternative asset insurance products, and expertise in capital markets, technology, and entrepreneurship. Prior to DARMA, he was Head of Global Business Development and created much of the financial service offerings at ConsenSys, the world's leading software company producing Ethereum blockchain solutions. At ConsenSys, he demonstrated the importance of blockchain technology in digitizing the global economy to central banks and Fortune 500 companies.

Professional Experience


  • DARMA Capital manages over $100 million of digital assets since its public soft launch in early 2019.

  • DARMA combines comprehensive blockchain research and well defined risk controls to identify and manage digital assets ideally suited for institutional investment.

  • The firm provides investors professionally risk-managed exposure to a specific set of blockchain assets that meet high standards for return potential, liquidity, regulatory compliance and numerous other qualification requirements.


  • At ConsenSys, Andrew was responsible for teaching central banks and Fortune 500 companies the importance of blockchain in digitizing the global economy.

  • Andrew co-created the first Ethereum Blockchain-as-a-Service offering with Microsoft and launched the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA).

  • EEA is an open-source cross-industry initiative that has grown into the largest open-source blockchain business consortium on Earth.

  • He remains on the Board of Advisors to ConsenSys.


  • Previously, he co-founded a healthcare revenue cycle management company, where he learned the inefficiencies of legacy databases and payment processing systems.

  • Andrew worked for UBS investment bank in equities analysis. Later, he was responsible for creation and distribution of life settlement products to hedge funds and investment banks.