The mission of Luminium Coin is to provide a highly liquid store of value – in the form of aluminum, which can be acquired in small amounts and globally traded at very low cost – for those who wish to protect their assets against inflation and other uncertainties.
Luminium Coin Team
Dr. Richard W. Rahn is an economist, syndicated columnist, and entrepreneur. He has served as the Vice President and Chief Economist of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States; as a member of the Quadrennial Social Security Advisory Council (appointed by President Reagan in 1982); and as an economic advisor to President G.H.W. Bush (in 1988-1989).
As an economic commentator, he has appeared on such programs as the Today Show, Good Morning America, Kudlow and Co., Wall Street Week, the PBS Newshour and Crossfire. He writes a syndicated weekly economic column which is published in The Washington Times and was the first non-Cayman on the board of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.
He has testified before the U.S. Congress on economic issues more than seventy-five times. In 1990, he founded the Novecon companies, which included Novecon Financial Ltd., Novecopter, and Sterling Semiconductor (now owned by SK Siltron).
Currently he is Chairman of Improbable Success Productions, the Institute for Global Economic Growth, and Metal Convertibility LLC. He earned a Ph.D. from Columbia University, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Pepperdine University. In 2018, Dr. Rahn was a recipient of the annual Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award. He has taught in graduate schools at several universities, and for the U.S. Air Force.
Dr. Bart S. Fisher is an attorney, investment banker, teacher, author and philanthropist.
Recognized as one of the founders of the field of international trade and investment law in the United States, he has taught international trade and investment at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, the Elliott School of International Affairs of George Washington University, George Mason University, and the Maxwell School of Public Policy of Syracuse University. His most recent publication, India Wakes: Post Coronavirus New World Order, co-written with Arun Tiwari has garnered much praise.
Dr. Fisher has worked to build commercial relationships between the United States and India, representing investors seeking to develop portfolio companies and infrastructure in India. He is co-founder of the Give Life Foundation and founder of the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation. He’s been recognized for his efforts to establish bone marrow transplant registries around the world.
Alberto Gross began his career developing financial software for Coopers & Lybrand in Boston. He subsequently worked for many years in investment banking in New York and Tokyo.
In Latin American markets, he opened one of the first Mexican Peso interest rate derivatives book run out of New York and was one of the first traders of long-term Argentine Peso forwards.
In Tokyo, he traded a broad range of North American and European interest rate products and was the first major market maker for U.S. dollar products in the Asian time zone. He maintains a broad contact network that spans many regions and many areas of finance, banking, and technology.
Dr. Subodh Das is a 45-year veteran of the global aluminum industry. His experience spans from bauxite mining downstream to nearly every facet of aluminum processing, including alumina refining, aluminum smelting, melting and casting, and the fabrication of alloys and products for the automotive, aerospace, and packaging industries.
Dr. Das is globally recognized and a respected serial entrepreneur, inventor (holder of 20 US patents), researcher, technology visionary, and research manager.