About Us

Autonio Foundation is a UK-based non profit organization established in December 2018. The new face and brand of the organization is focussed on transparency, distribution of power, equitable and incentivized sharing at its core.

Our Mission

Autonio was founded on the belief that professional quality financial tools should be democratized and not concentrated in the hands of banks or professional trading agencies. One of the most important attributes of cryptocurrency is its ability to give people the control over their own assets and finances while NIO Suite developed by Autonio Foundation aim to better enable investors & traders to navigate the crypto markets with profitability, privacy and ease.

Our Vision

To build a prosperous community around algorithmic trading. Autonio Foundation aims to bring together the advanced traders and the novice traders, creating a dual-pronged ecosystem for sharing trading intelligence. The complementary functions of the NIOX tokens enable a myriad of exciting platform opportunities, allowing individuals to gain exposure to the entire trading economy in a manner that is both collaborative and mutually beneficial

Our Values

The project was founded on the values of Sharonomics, Prosperism and Crowdocracy. Read on to find out what they mean!

The Sharonomics Economy

This a branch of knowledge concerned with the production, distribution and consumption of wealth based on incentivised and equitable sharing of tangible or intangible assets with peers in an automated decentralized ecosystem.

Prosperism

Prosperism is a radical take on economics of wealth generation and distribution. It entails a decentralized zero-loss ecosystem for generation and spreading of wealth based on incentivized and equitable sharing of assets between peers according to their haves or needs, without taxing the economy. We challenge conventional wisdom and are on this mission to create a zero-loss trading ecosystem.

Crowdocracy

  • Zero central control
  • Collective intelligence
  • No diktats
  • Freedom of choice
  • Collective disruption
  • Transparency
  • Privacy
  • Rating peers
  • Decentralized justice
  • Volunteering