About us

GNY was born in 2015 to answer a specific question: how can the vast amounts of digital data left behind by people be organised and analysed to provide business, marketing, and social impact solutions that are predictive, adaptive, and responsive?

GNY’s patented machine learning identifies repeatable patterns, and learning components that constantly adapt to our ever changing human behaviour. It does this by responding to millions of independent variable features while using hundreds of machine learning algorithms in parallel, in order to predict defined business values.

Offering this service as a consulting service through the traditional centralized model limited the number of customers we could reach because this kind of consulting is expensive. So we decided to challenge this concept by delivering our service in a brand new way.

What if we decentralised our machine learning platform on the blockchain so anyone could access it?

We followed that idea and built our own native blockchain to host our machine learning system.

As the system developed it became clear to us that the GNY blockchain we were creating was extremely versatile. It offered benefits far more wide-ranging than just decentralised machine learning alone; and it offered them to a much wider base of developers and enterprises.

We decided to make it so that anyone could access GNY’s powerful set of tools to launch and host projects from conception to implementation in the most developer friendly environment built around artificial intelligence.

GNY Mainnet, launched in Spring of 2021, brought the community a powerful tool that can be used by anyone who needs a predictive platform for their business. Later in 2021 we will start opening access to GNYDataplace, which will transform how business view the value of their existing datasets, and think about collaborating with others to create value through data and decentralized ML.

Whether you are adding our machine learning to an existing chain, or building a brand new application as a sidechain to GNYMainnet, GNY can help unlock the hidden value in your data.

GNY Team

Cosmas Wong

Richard Jarritt

Peter Davies

Philip Bisson

Leo Liang

Zachary Barnett

James Kilkelly

Debbie Quemard

Dan Ames

Sebastian Hensch Reynard

Founder and CEO

Cosmas is a London based tech investor and entrepreneur who has been building companies for more than 20 years. He has his roots as a corporate finance and private equity lawyer in London and Singapore, and has worked with large and small companies around the world. He has a broad background in corporate structures, business strategy and implementation, intellectual property and investments.

Cosmas has a keen interest in innovative data driven solutions for businesses. In 2010, Cosmas co-founded Enso Financial Management LLP, a New York based financial services data platform to service some of the world's largest hedge funds. Enso was eventually sold to iCap plc in 2016. Cosmas' interest in data solutions and in particular, artificial intelligence and the blockchain, led him to establish Grey Jean Technologies in New York; the genesis of the GNY platform, and then GNY in Jersey, UK.

Founder and Chief R&D Officer

Richard has made a reputation for contributions on multiple open source blockchain projects within the cryptocurrency space. He is a specialist at team building to tackle back-end coding for crypto exchanges, masternode sharing, governance control solutions and network maintenance.

He has a passion to bring blockchain accessibility to legacy businesses and focus towards the tech solutions that this technology can bring. Richard has been involved in a number of successful blockchain projects and crypto exchanges.


Peter began his working life as a teacher and went on to work in educational research and as a commissioning editor in an educational publishing company. Peter changed direction to study law and qualified as a member of the English bar in 1982. He spent his entire legal career in practice as an in-house counsel, principally for technology companies including Microsoft, IBM and, before his retirement, as Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs at Apple Europe.

He has acted as an external expert advisor to the OECD, the UN International Development Law Agency and the European Commission and is a former Visiting Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University.


Philip is a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers, member of the International Tax Planning Association, member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and has a Diploma in Hedge Fund Administration.

Philip set up Philean Trust Company Limited in 1994 having previously set up BT Trustees (Jersey) Limited for Bankers Trust and managed Chase Bank and Trust Company (CI) Ltd for Chase Manhattan Bank following experience at Hill Samuel (CI) Trust Co Ltd and National Westminster Jersey Trust Company.

Philip has a long history of advising and growing established and start-up companies. He was an early investor in Enso Financial Management LLP, Grey Jean Technologies LLC and GNY.IO.

Head of Blockchain

Leo is a blockchain engineer who has built innovative and practical solutions with blockchain. He has been actively promoting blockchain technologies (especially side chain technology) in China.

Leo is an expert in JavaScript, Python, MySQL and MongoDB. Leo focuses on bringing blockchain accessibility to industries and has offered many tech solutions to Chinese blockchain projects. Leo's current focus is to build the first decentralised machine learning platform on the blockchain, and a blockchain application platform.

Leo is also a published author. His book, "Blockchain Development, Javascript-based public chain and DApp Development" was published by China Machine Press in Mandarin in October 2019.

Head of Operations

Zach is an experienced social entrepreneur with 10+ years’ experience in strategic planning, fund-raising, partnerships, and media campaigns to grow great ideas into transformational products. He excels at finding creative solutions for business development challenges that deliver results, and provide value for all partners.

Zach has a passion for communicating and translating complex scientific, and technical information into content that engages other brands, customers, and donors. In 2011, Zach founded the Abzyme Research Foundation as a non-profit organization to advance the creation of an effective and low cost therapeutic HIV vaccine and potential cure for AIDS.

Marketing & Community Manager

James knows what it is to nurture individuals, plus grow and aid communities, especially those spread across the globe. As a communicator he draws on his experience as a newspaper columnist, Postgraduate tutor, and distance learning course author to enlighten, support, and enthuse readers and listeners.

In 2017 James joined the Lisk blockchain as a community moderator and contributor across their many social channels. He went on to be named the Community Member of the Year at the 2018 Liskies (Lisk Community Awards) - an award for the community member whose overall engagement and contributions were most impressive and meaningful to the Lisk Ecosystem for that year.

Administrator & Money Laundering Officer

Debbie has the responsibility for the supervision of accounts production, credit control procedures and also acts as the Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Compliance Officer (MLCO) of GNY.

Debbie holds and International Diploma in Compliance, a Certificate in Fund Administration, is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

Head Technical Architect

Dan is a technical architect who specialises in IT Infrastructure and IT Operations Management. He has worked within multiple sectors, specialising in managing infrastructure transformation programmes resulting from mergers and acquisitions, most lately for the UK NHS.

Dan has been an active blockchain developer since 2014 when he was a member of the founding DASH team, participating in the invention of masternodes and has contributed to many blockchain projects since, from designing and building crypto mining facilities to the design and creation of new consensus mechanisms.

Head Graphic Designer

Sebastian is a designer and 3D Generalist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. His work is mostly inspired by cyberculture, movies like Blade Runner 2049, books like Neuromancer and even photographers like Liam Wong. Visually encapsulating a broad range of these influences, he brought to life the new gny.io style guidelines, or how he likes to call it “THE GNYVERSE”.

In 2017 Sebi started off doing architectural visualizations but later on he found his passion for 3D Design creating sci-fi/cyberpunk looking environments. His passion is to connect with the community through his visuals and welcome them to the gny.io visual journey.

  • Cosmas Wong
  • Richard Jarritt
  • Peter Davies
  • Philip Bisson
  • Leo Liang
  • Zachary Barnett
  • James Kilkelly
  • Debbie Quemard
  • Dan Ames
  • Sebastian Hensch Reynard

Social Impact

Magic Wish Technology Grant

GNY awards the Magic Wish Technology Grant bi-annually to distinguished charitable partners with a committed track record of using data to advance their missions. Magic Wish grantees will work with our engineers to build a custom DApp powered by GNY to solve for their most pressing and complex data problems and enjoy a supply of GNY tokens for the duration of their program. 

Every 2 years a number of organizations will be selected for the grant, and all eligible organizations are encouraged to apply. Magic Wish Grants are best for organizations already deeply involved with data, analytics, and technology.

Magic Wish grantees receive:

– A dedicated GNY liaison to analyze and refine their data challenges, facilitate construction a custom GNY engine to attack the problem and two years of technical support to refine the application

– An annual supply of GNY tokens to power their DApp as long as the Magic Wish charitable requirements continue to be met.

Latest Social Impact Partner

GNY is proud to announce that the latest recipient of its Magic Wish Technology Grant is Child Rescue Coalition. The non-profit rescues children from sexual abuse by building technology, free of charge, for law enforcement to track, arrest, and prosecute child predators.

To date, Child Rescue Coalition technology is directly responsible for the arrest of over 10,500 predators and the rescue of over 2,400 child victims. Law enforcement officers in all 50 US states and 84 countries across the globe use Child Rescue Coalition’s proprietary, one-of-a-kind technology.

Child Rescue Coalition is excited to partner with GNY to enhance the robust platform on which tens of thousands of law enforcement officers rely. CRC extensively utilizes blockchain, and the partnership with GNY will greatly enhance the product offerings, leading to the increased rescue of victimized children and the furthering of the mission of Protecting Innocence Through Technology.

​Research shows that as many as 85% of online offenders are already hands-on offenders of children in real life. The entire GNY team is committed to working with Child Rescue to see how our machine learning technology can help them provide new and improved tools for law enforcement.

To learn more about Child Rescue Coalition’s critical work, donate, and get involved visit their website at childrescuecoalition.org.

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