The zMint Group was founded by technology entrepreneur Steve Outtrim in 2017.
zMint provides consulting, investment advisory, high-frequency trading, custodial and portfolio management services to qualified clients.
zMint Limited is based in Auckland, New Zealand.
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We have come together to form zMint.co because we believe passionately in the power of the blockchain to transform finance and society.
The conventional financial models have been successful for insiders, but have often resulted in founders being kicked out of their companies or small startups being robbed of their intellectual property by larger competitors. Many startups express frustration with the equity lost and time wasted pursuing the traditional venture capital fundraising path. A well-designed digital token can open new opportunities in the modern era.
Reusable digital tokens and Smart Contracts represent a new model for today’s times, one that results in “win-win-win” opportunities. It can be challenging to design a new economy, and to fit an existing business idea into the blockchain. zMint.co helps our clients solve these problems and design visionary solutions that will take their business to the next level.
Who We Are
Our team have experience building successful companies – we know what it is like to run a startup, and can help our clients avoid common mistakes.
Steve is a technology entrepreneur from New Zealand. He wrote the HotDog HTML Editor, which was named as the 3rd most downloaded Internet software in 1997. He founded Sausage Software and took it public on the Australian Stock Exchange as CEO at the age of 23, the first Internet software IPO in Australia. He then purchased Aussie Bodies, a turnaround deal which was sold to Healtheries in a private trade sale. Under Steve’s ownership the business grew 600% in 5 years. Steve also founded Urbanise (ASX:UBN), the first Smart Cities company to list on the Australian Stock Exchange. Steve has lived in Silicon Valley for many years and worked with more than 60 tech startups as mentor, Director, or angel investor. [detailed bio at Wikipedia]
In 2019 and 2020 Steve was the Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.