Our story starts in 2017 right before the first crypto mania

Kryha was founded to explore the new blockchain technology. Our three founders saw Web3 as a community space that should foreground education, access and the joy of co-creation. Tobias had co-founded Blockchain at Berkeley, and Haischel and Thom were leading the grassroots Blockchain Education Network’s Amsterdam chapter. With Kryha, they began co-creating with partners who were just as curious to figure out where blockchain could go, experimenting, learning fast from honest mistakes, and growing the fledgling business.

Now our visionary spirit is as strong as ever

We are still as visionary as the day we were founded, but we’re grounded and matured. We believe Web3 will change the world as profoundly as Web2 did. When decentralised technology is so slick, affordable and accessible that we don’t even notice Web3 is under the hood. In other words, adoption is everything. And for adoption, we first need trust and privacy. It’s time to build better, with trusted, private, transparent and community-led tools that put fairness first.

Everything comes together in our first own endeavour

Obscura is our first own initiative to turn that vision into reality. We believe that, in order to accelerate and drive adoption of our beloved tech, it’s essential to lay the groundwork and provide the shoulders for others to stand on. In our previous work for clients and with various protocols we have firsthand experienced the challenges faced by innovators while building on cutting-edge technology. The insights gained from these experiences in the past are a true return-on-investment today, directly contributing to the development and success of products like Obscura.


Our heads are in the clouds and our feet are firmly on the ground

While we’re determined to shape the future through products like Obscura, we remain grounded and realistic, recognising the need for responsible use of this valuable decentralised technology. It’s simply too valuable to be used carelessly.

This is the future we’re forging, after all.