Trading
platform for rare & endangered species

StudEx is an investment platform for rare & endangered species allowing fractional ownership in a digital token of different animals. We incorporate cutting edge technologies to maximize profits for farmers and support wildlife conservation. We use a union of IoT & Drone technology to combat poaching. We apply state of the art genetic research to revive and improve on existing stock. And blockchain technology eases roadblocks to funding, investment, trading, and securing title to livestock.

About Us

Supporting wildlife conservation by reproducing rare and endangered species

All strategies are leveraged for the purpose of improving habitat, tracking devices, advanced scientific research, breeding expertise and conservation for the underlying species. Proceeds from the digital assets are managed by the StudEx foundation. The distribution of the proceeds will be highly transparent through an immutable public blockchain. Animals will be registered within the foundation while management inventories of wildlife territories  are encouraged to adopt best practice to protect and advance protection. Trading of the underlying animal is forbidden, regulated and subject to qualified wildlife management. Therefore, only its digital representation is leveraged and gamified for qualified participants.

StudEx is incentivizing farmers and increasing farming capacity

Capacity-Building

Increasing Farming Capacity of Endangered Species

Through StudEx, our farmers  can now afford land expansion for offsprings, the right nutrition and medicine against diseases.

Technical Assistance

Expert Breeding

Our farmers hold unparalleled expertise for breeding and prolonging lifespan through scientific research and technology.

High-Tech Equipment

We Use Tech Equipment

We use equipment such as drones, tracking chips and collars to decrease the likelihood of illegal butchering and poaching, and drive away illegal activities.

Poaching, Hunting, and Pollution are all part of the problem.

Our Wildlife is Threatened

Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting wild species and their habitats in order to prevent species from going extinct. Major threats to wildlife include habitat destruction/degradation/fragmentation, overexploitation, poaching, hunting, pollution and climate change. The IUCN estimates that 27,000 species of the ones assessed are at risk for extinction. Expanding to all existing species, a 2019 UN report on biodiversity put this estimate even higher at a million species. It is also being acknowledged that an increasing number of ecosystems on Earth containing endangered species are disappearing.

Poaching Ends Now

Despite the profitability from farming/breeding activities one needs to note that there are also pilfridges among poachers. StudeX goal is to entice farmers to keep breeding endangered species as there is value from auctioning offsprings of the rarest species.