The founder of Nash fintechX, Nida Khan, realized during her PhD research, which dealt with the applications of blockchain in finance, that emerging technologies have not yet been understood by the masses and their potential therefore, remains untapped. She observed that there was a need to come up with software solutions that solve existing problems and that emerging technologies provided a way to achieve this. However, the complexity associated with their usage was a hindrance to their market adoption.
Nash fintechX was launched with the intention to come up with software solutions utilizing emerging technologies while keeping human psychology at the core of our offerings. Our inspiration and focus on human temperament comes from the global pioneering and prize winning contributions of John Nash, who utilized a combination of mathematical objectivity and human psychology to help in decision-making as seen in Nash equilibrium.
Emerging technologies, like blockchain and artificial intelligence, provide a foundation for resilient software to be developed that would help humanity in combatting the climate crisis and moving unimpeded by the obstacles that wreck havoc for human life and business activity. Nash fintechX, led by an interconnected team of unparalleled experts from required domains of deep academic research, practical experience and business development, brings you a suite of software solutions that are extremely easy to use, hide the complexity of the core technology and deliver value seamlessly.
Our vision, mission and mantra are geared towards ensuring sound progress of organisations in the digital era and sparking mass adoption of sustainable finance.
Nida holds a doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Luxembourg, where her research focused on the use of blockchain in finance. She holds a master's degree in Information and Computer Sciences from the University of Luxembourg, and a bachelor's in Computer Science and Engineering from UPTU, India. Her research proposal was the recipient of FNR grant, accorded by Luxembourg government to innovative industrial projects. She developed a novel blockchain consensus mechanism based on MapReduce. She has worked on research projects in social finance, decentralized finance, micropayments and blockchain governance. She is a pioneer in giving the economic impact of blockchain-based micropayments, proposing a mathematical framework for blockchain governance and using smart contracts to ensure GDPR compliance.