Your asset manager for Crypto Assets


About Us

DECOM Switzerland is an SRO-regulated asset managemer that simplifies access to the entire crypto market for the institutional and private investor. With our market experience and in-depth expertise in Blockchain, we help you create stock market accounts, provide active portfolio management, and secure the safekeeping of cryptocurrencies.

As a company, we want to increase the transparency of the crypto market, provide you with optimal results and promote a strong performance culture.

We offer:

Market research

DECOM's investment process is based primarily on fundamentals, complemented by technical and psychological factors.

Customer profile

Tailored investment profiles - customized to individual risk appetite and yield expectations.

Deposit accounts

The stock market accounts in the digital marketplaces are created by us on behalf of the customer.


Data, cryptocurrencies and accesses are expertly encrypted to ensure a high level of security and reliability.

Portfolio management

Reduce time and complexity of tracking Crypto assets.


Permanent insight into the current portfolio via the dashboard.


Keep track of things.

With your personal dashboard, you will gain access to your current portfolio. All data is updated in real time, so you are always up to date, at home or on the road.

Partners & Memberships




Marcel Niederberger

Managing Partner

Marcel has more than four years of industry experience and in-depth knowledge of the blockchain. In addition, he spends time as an investor and entrepreneur in the crypto scene. He was managing director and co-owner of Cryptoguard, an online shop for hardware wallets to secure cryptocurrencies. Marcel is called "Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP)".

"Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are more than just speculation. In fact, the blockchain technology is still in its infancy, but has the potential to expand the financing and payment system. For some years, I have devoted myself entirely to cryptocurrencies and see an exciting time ahead of us. "


Henok Tewelde

Managing Partner

A few years ago Henok grew interest in the fascinating and exciting Blockchain technology. This resulted in investment and trading in cryptocurrencies. Before joining DECOM, he worked for various startups; most recently as an investment advisor in the private equity industry. Henok graduated from BSc in Business Administration majoring Banking and Finance.

"Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are growing fast. However, the understanding and ability to evaluate this new technology lags behind. DECOM has developed an analytic method that is useful to both investors and companies to understand and successfully invest in cryptocurrencies. "


Ibrahim Sherifoski

Managing Partner

When Ibrahim made his first Bitcoin transfer in 2014, he entered the world of cryptocurrency and has been exploring innovative blockchain technology ever since. Prior to DECOM, he was Investor Relations Manager for Alternative Direct Investment. Ibrahim has acquired extensive knowledge of Blockchain and holds the title of Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP).

"In the age of digitization, cryptocurrencies have long prevailed. I'm convinced that the innovative blockchain technology will revolutionize the future of some industries. I want to give our customers the opportunity to participate in this development. »


Prof. Dr. Karl Schmedders

Research Partner

Karl has been Professor of Quantitative Business Administration at the Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology at the University of Zurich since 2008. He is also a visiting professor of executive education at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, USA.
His research interests lie in the areas of computational economics and finance. He has published numerous research articles in international scientific journals.
Karl has received numerous teaching awards from Stanford, Kellogg, and WHU, including the 1996 Walter J. Gores Prize, Stanford University's Most Prestigious Teaching Award, and L.G. Lavengood Professor of the Year at Kellogg.


José Parra Moyano

Research Partner

José is a teaching assistant and doctoral candidate in management and economics at the University of Zurich.
His research interests include blockchain applications, cryptocurrencies, big data in finance, and entrepreneurship.
José was selected by the business magazine Forbes as one of 30 UNDER 30 and was named "Global Shaper" by the World Economic Forum. In 2016 he received the "Noerr Blockchain Award" for his Blockchain based solution for the KYC in Denmark.


Cédric Schmid

Head of Compliance

Cédric is the founder and managing director of Unita Finanz & Treuhand AG. Previously, he worked in various small, medium and large national and international fiduciary companies and family offices. Together with DECOM management, he is responsible for compliance. He is also a consultant for various ICO projects. Cédric is a trustee with Eidg. Fachausweis.


Christian Strübi

Compliance Officer

Christian has been working as a mandate manager at Unita Finanz & Treuhand AG since 2014. Previously, he worked in various small fiduciary and accounting departments. Christian supports DECOM in key compliance areas and is an expert in finance and accounting with eidg. Fachausweis.


Christian Ulrich


Christian Ulrich is a web developer with a flair for blockchain and digital assets. He is responsible for the online presence, security solutions and application development for the DECOM. Christian has many years of experience in front-line and leadership in the retail sector as well as a responsible project manager and entrepreneur in innovation management, national and international product launches and business development.


Jérôme Haas


Jérôme Haas is a full-stack web developer. His specialties are the creation of individual websites and the programming of progressive web applications. At DECOM, he is responsible for the dashboard application and data security. He is also involved in the design and design of the website.



Monat Januar

Block Halving

Bitcoin enthält eine interessante codierte Funktion: das Halving (dt. Halbierung). Dies bedeutet eine Reduzierung der Block-Rewards um 50 Prozent im Bitcoin-Netzwerk, die im Mai 2020 zum dritten Mal erfolgen wird. Wenn es keine ungewöhnliche Änderung der Hashrate gibt, verringert sich die Belohnung für Bitcoin Miner von 12,5 auf 6,25 BTC pro Block. Dieser Wert wird alle 210'000 Blöcke halbiert, d.h. alle vier Jahre. (1. Halving: 2012 | 2. Halving: 2016)

Der Grund für die Implementierung von Bitcoin Halving ist im Bitcoin-Whitepaper selbst zu finden. Die Halving-Ereignisse von Bitcoin ahmen die Knappheitsmerkmale nach. Das Knappheitsmerkmal, das durch die Halvings in das Bitcoin Protokoll implementiert wird, soll in Verbindung mit dem PoW-Mining gelöst werden. Dieser Anreiz muss ausreichend sein, um die einzelnen Miner Anreize zur Bereitstellung von Rechenleistung zu bieten. Die Belohnung kann jedoch nicht zu hoch sein, da dies zu einem Überangebot und der anschliessenden Abwertung von Bitcoin führt. Satoshi Nakamoto hat seine Inflationsrate daher so gestaltet, dass Bitcoin die stabile Inflationsrate von Gold nachahmt.

Momentan liegt die Inflationsrate von Bitcoin bei ~3,8 Prozent und wird im Mai 2020 halbiert, d.h. auf 1.8 Prozent gesenkt. Dies wird Bitcoin dabei helfen, seine Position gegenüber Gold zu verbessern, indem gleichzeitig alle Nachteile von Gold, hauptsächlich Übertragbarkeit, Teilbarkeit und Nachprüfbarkeit, verbessert werden. Bitcoin könnte sich unweigerlich zu einem Vermögenswert entwickeln, der alle Qualitäten aufweist, die grosse Institute und Zentralbanken in Währungsreserven suchen.

Was bedeutet das für Anleger?

Die Miner verdienen derzeit 12,5 Bitcoins pro Block oder rund 1'800 Bitcoins pro Tag. Obwohl einige Miner einen Teil ihrer geminten Bitcoins besitzen, verkaufen die meisten die Bitcoins sofort zum Marktpreis, um die Stromkosten zu decken und ihren Gewinn zu sichern. Nach dem Halving im Mai 2020 verdienen Bitcoin-Miner nur noch 900 Bitcoins pro Tag, wodurch das tägliche Bitcoin-Angebot am Markt drastisch reduziert wird. Diese drastische Reduzierung des Angebots nach dem Halving wird unvermeidlich die Preise erhöhen. In der Vergangenheit begann der Preisanstieg für Bitcoin etwa ein Jahr vor der Halbierung, d.h. die Rallye sollte aus historischer Perspektive im Mai 2019 erneut beginnen.