Sid was the head of one of South Asia's largest trading desks for equity derivatives and algorithmic trading, before moving to the Gandhi Ashram where he spent four years working with radical economic projects with rural, urban and tribal communities. He then moved to Singapore, where he founded Sacred Capital - an organisation that is building economic infrastructure for a more expressive society. As part of the Economikit Alliance, they are creating building-blocks and bridging protocols for ‘Reputation-based Economies’. They hope that these agent-centric tools will help communities formally articulate and port culture across networks. Over the years, he has spoken at hundreds of forums about his journey as a ‘recovering neo-liberalist’ and the patience required in building a wealth system that is contextual, endogenous, relative and non-zero sum.