nTitle Disrupts the Gaming Industry!

We’re building the next generation gaming platform – one that puts the power back where it belongs – in the hands of the independent developers and gamers who drive the industry.

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Are you passionate about gaming but feel the industry is unfairly structured? Well we do! That’s why we’ve created nTitle.

nTitle is a peer-to-peer network that cuts out the stranglehold that marketplaces and other “middlemen” have on the gaming industry.

nTitle is about community empowerment. It’s about activating gamers and empowering developers to take back control of their rights.

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With nTitle, gamers will actually own the game they purchase along with the alienable right to lend, sell, or gift it to whomever they like.

With nTitle, game developers will have full control over the sale of their games without the exorbitant costs and lack of marketing support they currently receive.

Won’t you join us?

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nTitle is a next-generation gaming platform. Along with the benefits that come with a more fairly structured ecosystem, nTitle will also provide a reward system that will allow both gamers and game developers to profit. Gamers will earn money, rewards and free games for helping to promote games and developers will build an army of ambassadors by connecting with gamers and profiting from their social reach.

Watch the video to hear from our CEO, CMO and CTO:

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The traditional way of protecting data focuses on control. Control over networks, control over devices, control over apps and control over services. The companies behind these controls say that it is necessary to fight copyright infringement and keep consumers safe from viruses. But there's no evidence of this. Instead, it simply helps stifle innovation and competition. nTitle is here to eliminate that control by putting the power back in the hands of the consumers and the creators that drive the digital world.

Although initially focused on gaming, nTitle’s vision is to liberate a range of industries, including:


The restrictions imposed, the lack of clarity, and the unwieldiness of the current system have had a negative effect on this industry.


DRM restrictions ensure that consumers are frustrated and have limited rights to use the work without a licensing agreement.


DRM technologies are employed simply because unauthorised use of protected video content can result in copyright infringement, which could lead to legal challenges.


DRM makes ebooks more complex to use and to sell, making it unpopular with consumers and limiting publishers options to sell ebooks directly or through niche outlets.


With software becoming more prevalent in our everyday lives, both consumers and developers of software are affected in numerous ways, most of them negatively.


Organisations protect their digital assets either by leaving DRM up to the users or they go crazy and attempt to protect everything at the expense of the customer.

Every time a game is resold on nTitle's peer-to-peer marketplace, the original game developer will receive a commission on that sale. At the same time, the gamer will turn his used game back into cash so he can purchase a new game. It’s a win-win for everyone!

- Peter van Grinsven, CEO, nTitle

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Our team

Peter van Grinsven

Peter van


Peter is a serial entrepreneur. After receiving his Masters Degree from Maastricht University, he started at PWC as an internet business consultant. Operating between strategy and technology has been his passion ever since. His company, CONNAXIS, which has offices in 6 locations, creates magical new experiences via innovative technologies. In 2009, he launched Guerra Creativa, a successful creative crowdsourcing marketplace. CONNAXIS has focused on blockchain technologies since 2015.

Pawel Pinio



Paweł is a senior software engineer with extensive experience in building fault tolerant back-end systems. He started his career as a full stack developer before moving to work on diagnostics and radiology information systems. He then moved into interdisciplinary consulting which allowed him to build transformative platforms. Paweł is a strong evangelist of distributed systems, blockchain and decentralization and a firm technical enthusiast of the Ethereum platform and community.

John Clancy



John Clancy has over 20 years experience in defining, developing and implementing innovative marketing, PR and sales strategies for new and established companies. His clients are based in Europe, the Middle East and North and South America. He is also a marketing and business development lecturer at Inholland University in the Netherlands, visiting professor at the University of Bari Aldo Moro, serial entrepreneur, app developer and author of two books.

Freddy Bucknell



Freddy is an ICAEW Chartered Accountant having spent 5 years at Deloitte LLP. He joined Deloitte as a graduate in the UK Financial Services Audit and Advisory team where he gained experience with a range of clients in insurance, banking and asset finance. He worked in the Deloitte London office as a Manager specializing in banking, where his main client was a FTSE 250 bank. Freddy took an early interest in blockchain technology and has been an active trader and avid investor in cryptocurrencies. He spends his spare time learning all he can about technical analysis and fundamental trading strategies.

Gonzalo Balabasquer


Blockchain Engineer

Gonzalo is a systems engineer who started his professional career as a PHP programmer. In the years that followed, he led a team of developers at a fast-paced agency located in Argentina. Recently, he followed his passion and returned to a technical position to leverage his IT experience as a full stack blockchain developer participating as an active developer of the MakerDao project.

Bastien Hugon


Project Manager

Bastien is a project manager with excellent strategic and operational skills. He has leadership competencies for team building, client relations, negotiation, decision making, problem solving and conflict management in French, Spanish and English. He has 10+ years of experience in QA, IT infrastructure and service delivery working with companies like HCL, DANA, Ford, L’Oreal, Nokia and bioMerieux.

Marcin Gierlak


Blockchain Solutions Architect

Marcin has a strong background in software engineering including cloud, mobile platforms, cryptography and security, system level programming, and systems development life cycle. He has experience in developing and implementing concepts and technologies for IoT, hands-on experience with Ethereum/Solidity, blockchain technologies, distributed ledger, cryptocurrencies and Smart Contracts.

Marlena Pawlukowska


Web Developer

Marlena gained extensive experience in web development and digital marketing at several leading digital agencies and through her freelance work. She has an eye for good design, meticulous attention to quality and detail and is addicted to following the newest trends and searching for smart solutions. Her work is driven by a conviction that only from a well-balanced mixture of tech, design and creativity can you craft digital experiences that people fall in love with.

Guido Hakkenberg


Community Manager

Guido Hakkenberg is a multicultural former business & innovation student who's passion for innovation has lead him to the world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. His previous experience in social media management for a large IT company and his keen interest in business development combined with his well-developed "people skills" make him the perfect community manager for nTitle. Guido is likeable and easy-going and always manages to make friends where ever he goes. He speaks fluent English, French, Dutch and dabbles in Japanese.

Anna Walo-Nowakowska

Anna Walo

Graphic Designer

Anna is a graphic designer with a comprehensive skillset who values high quality design and attention to detail. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2012 and has over 10 years of experience in brand design, packaging and web design. She accepts no half-measures and demands high standards from herself and those around her. Anna tends to geek out over brand design and typography.

Our advisors

Anthony Eufemio


CTO, Digixdao

Anthony is a 19 year veteran of the software development, computer security, and IT industries. He is the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Digix Global which raised over $5.5 Million in 16 hours (now currently valued at $150,000,000.00) in the first ever fully on-chain Ethereum ICO. As an early adopter and contributor in the Ethereum ecosystem he made the first ever transaction on Ethereum and developed several open sourced Ethereum tools and libraries. He has a BSc in Computer Science from USC.

Michael Widjaja


Managing Director, Accenture

Michael is a Partner with Accenture and responsible for global application security technology and Latin American Advanced Techology & Architecture practice. His expertise covers the design, implementation and operations of complex software solution architectures, SOA, integration and enterprise architecture, security, digital transformations, omni channel platforms, rules and document management, data warehouse, cloud, infrastructure, and more. He leads large re-engineering, ERP, commercial and supply chain programs with solutions built on various technologies and platforms.

Gavin Nicol


CTO, Context Labs BV

Gavin has been a technology leader and innovator for 25+ years working at corporate research centers in Japan, and corporations and startups in the US and the Netherlands. Through his work at EBT, a founding member of the W3C, he has broadly influenced many of the technologies underlying the modern web. He played a significant role in the development of the HTML, HTTP, XML, XSL, DOM, XPath, SVG, XQuery and XLink standards, and in building some of the earliest prototypes and implementations of the technologies. He is considered "the father of I18N on the WWW".

Richard van Barneveld

Richard van Barneveld

Strategic Director at Utomik Inc.

Richard is a tech entrepreneur, constantly seeking innovative business opportunities. His dominant areas of expertise include strategic business planning, corporate business development and fundraising for tech startups. He is the Strategic Director at Utomik Inc., a game subscription service with partners from Disney, Take2, Ubisoft, Warner and more. Prior to that he was Strategic Director at Kalydo. Kalydo successfully powers games for game publishers & developers from companies that include The Cartoon Network (Turner), Gungho, Gameforge, COG, Chiyu, Gamigo and Gravity. Richard has an MBA from Bradford University.


nTitle is a powerful platform built on top of the Ethereum peer-to-peer network where game developers have full control over the sale of their games without the exorbitant costs and lack of marketing support they currently receive. And at the same time, gamers actually own the games they purchase along with the alienable right to lend, sell, or gift it to whomever they like.
nTitle is designed to give back control to both creators and consumers of digital products. We will start with gaming, but our blockchain based licensing platform can also be used for other industries like books, music, video, enterprise software, documents, certificates and diplomas.
nTitle is a next-generation gaming platform. Unlike other platforms, nTitle will provide a reward system using gamification and other motivational tools that will allow both gamers and game developers to profit. Gamers will earn money, rewards and free games for helping to promote games and developers will build an army of ambassadors by connecting with gamers and profiting from their social reach. On top of that, nTitle will enable gamers and game developers to profit from a peer-to-peer market where gamers will actually own the game they purchase along with the alienable right to lend, sell, or gift it to whomever they like and developers will have full control over the sale of their games without the exorbitant costs and lack of marketing support they currently receive.
Blockchain technology has many advantages. The one that we focus on with our licencing platform is specifically "proof of ownership". If ownership, identity and authentication are established, then licenses and payments can seamlessly change hands through both primary and peer-to-peer markets.
Yes, we are planning to do a crowdfunding event at the end of the first quarter of 2018. You can subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on our progress.
Please use the contact form at the bottom of this page or if you prefer, write us an email to [email protected] or contact us via one of our social media channels and we will be happy to assist with any enquiry you may have about our project.
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