A legally compliant, digital currency backed by verified oil reserves.


Intrinsic Value

Each OilCoin is supported by and represents the tokenized value of a single reserve barrel of oil.
OilCoin’s tokenization of commodity value provides a safe haven from cryptocurrency volatility.

Credible and

OilCoin is developed by recognized leaders in the design and regulation of financial instruments.
OilCoin Digital Reserve Corporation will seek to become an SEC registrant subject to periodic reporting requirements of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934.


OilCoin is committed to setting new regulatory compliance standards for digital currencies.
OilCoin will actively engage with global governmental authorities to mitigate regulatory risk.
Founders and Directors
Daniel Eisner linkedIn
Chief Executive Officer
Recognized expert in international securities and finance.

Head of private equity practices at DLA Piper and Proskauer, general counsel of Arsenal Capital, adjunct professor at Fordham Law School.
Honorable Bart Chilton linkedIn
Globally noted commentator on financial market and cryptocurrency regulation.

Commissioner of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (2007-2014).
Leadership Team
Jonathan Levine linkedIn
Highly experienced builder of consumer facing technology platforms. CTO of Rakuten and Intermedia.
Darren Sri-Jayantha linkedIn
Full stack blockchain developer and creator of institutional crypto asset trading tools Senior software engineer at Axoni and Tradeblock 
Financial Markets and Commodities
David Greenberg linkedIn
Board of director and executive committee member of New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)
Ben Freeman linkedIn
Global head of oil derivatives trading at Goldman Sachs.
Strategic Development
Stephan Oppenheimer linkedIn
Founding partner at Moelis Capital, private equity professional at JPMorgan Partners.
Legal and Regulatory
Joseph Cisewski
Co-COO CFTC, branch chief SEC, global head of U.S. securities and derivatives advisory HSBC Bank
Nigel Austin linkedIn
Transactional attorney at Kirkland & Ellis and Proskauer.