top of page
Parallax Digital Logo

“Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.” 

Arthur Schopenhauer


Parallax is the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to change when viewed from different positions. The term is derived from ancient Greek "Parallaxis", meaning ‘to change, alternate or exchange’.

Parallax is noticeable as the observer’s viewpoint moves side to side. This change in perspective causes objects in the background to apparently move more slowly than objects in the foreground. 


In the video below, as the observer’s viewpoint moves side to side, the Griffith Observatory appears to move faster than the Hollywood Hills background…this effect is called "Parallax".

Griffith Observatory in Hollywood

The name Parallax Digital was born to reflect the radically new viewpoints and perspectives offered by the emerging Digital Age and its transformative underlying technologies: the internet and Bitcoin.


A world where ideas, capital, and people move freely in alignment with the greater good.


Support the structural shift towards a more efficient, less costly, and freer world economy by building and capitalizing infrastructures, applications, and protocols that enable decentralization of the state. 


Gain Perspective. Change Reality.

bottom of page