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start up
Israel - Tel Aviv
  • 10/03/2023
  • Seed
  • $4,000,000

Tweed provides self-custodial key management, a fully functional white label wallet, and onramp + offramp connectivity to platforms looking to introduce web3 elements within their own environment and appeal to non-crypto native users.

Using Tweed’s powerful SDK, platforms and brands no longer need to ask users to bring their own wallet. With several login options and account recovery, Tweed enables frictionless onboarding of web2 users. Platforms can use web3 terminology or their own language with platform-controlled UI.

Tweed’s wallet infrastructure provides the most compliant API-based self-custodial wallet available. The Tweed SDK includes a white label payments layer with fiat to NFT and crypto onramp solutions. With Tweed, companies can offer a seamless onboarding experience and offload any regulatory custody burden.

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Michelle LatzerCo Founder

Michelle Latzer United States - New York, New York

Michelle is the Co-Founder and CEO of Tweed, a wallet and payments SDK that enables companies to onboard mainstream users compliantly and at scale.

Michelle has over a decade of experience in the New York Tech and Finance worlds. Previously, she was in charge of Google’s TI planning and spend strategy, overseeing all groups providing technical infrastructure services for external and internal Cloud customers; a role that combines her technical background and financial expertise.

Prior to joining Google, Michelle worked in the Corporate and Investment Banking Division at Mitsubishi Financial Group as an Associate in the Technology, Media & Telecom group. In her nearly three years there, she provided financial analysis for a portfolio of multiple sub-industries through research, valuations, projections, and credit-analysis.

Michelle grew up in northern Israel and served for two years in 8200, the elite intelligence unit of the Israeli Defense Forces, as part of her mandatory service. After moving to New York in August 2011, she worked for the tech start-up newrow as the manager of their QA and support department, and later became one of their senior account managers. In May 2013, she joined Merrill Lynch in their wealth management department as an investment associate, assisting a financial advisor and working on independent projects.

Michelle received her BA in Economics from Columbia University in May 2015, graduating Summa Cum Laude in only three years. She received the Beth Niemi award for Academic Excellence in Economics, gained membership to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, received economic departmental honors, and was granted distinction on her senior thesis entitled, "Incentive to Innovate: Do Software Patents Need Reform?". In her spare time, Michelle loves to dance flamenco and is an avid runner.