From soldier fly farms to making crypto ‘not feel like crypto’

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City AM

By Darren Parkin Remi Tuyaerts is no stranger to start-ups. While studying at Nottingham University, he used an exchange year to work on a series of social entrepreneurships in Malaysia. Holding a position of COO for the student project he oversaw the setting up of three self-sustaining projects involving the local populations setting up a black soldier fly farm to eat organic waste (and using the larvae as food for local animals), setting up a mushroom farm in abandoned houses and another project which converted plastics into beanbags and employed homeless people. While he first came across B…

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