Here’s How Decentral House Plans to Bolster Web3 Innovation

STORM Partners is set to launch a co-working space to bolster innovation in the Web3 industry.

Two smart looking men working on a green building in a digital wireframe environment.
Created by Gabor Kovacs from DailyCoin
  • STORM is set to launch Decentral House.
  • Decentral House will offer Web3 startups and developers services beyond physical co-working space amenities.
  • Membership packages for the co-working space vary according to user needs.

As Web3 gains increased traction, hubs dedicated to encouraging innovation in the field are springing up across the globe. The latest hub set to join the growing list of IRL hives is Decentral House, the brainchild of Swiss Web3 consulting firm STORM Partners. Decentral House aims to drive transformative change by bringing Web3 builders under one roof.

Decentral House 

Decentral House, a planned co-working and event space for Web3 developers and startups, masterminded by Sheraz Ahmed and STORM Partners, is set to open its doors in Geneva, Switzerland, on January 9. The space hopes to provide a venue for start-ups in the blockchain and crypto industry to converge, collaborate, and create to drive innovation and growth in the Web3 space.


To enable the growth and development of these firms, Decentral House provides a quality working environment that can provide for several entities at once. Spanning 500 square meters, the venue features an event area that can fit 300 persons and includes two conference rooms, 8 private offices, a general co-working area, a lounge, and a kitchen.

Decentral House further boasts support from within Geneva. GEC, a firm looking to spread crypto literacy to the French-speaking population, is set to support the co-working space with various events and offers towards that goal.

Unlike the typical co-working spaces, however, Decentral House’s offerings go beyond physical amenities.

The Decentral House Edge

According to the Decentral House website, members of the co-working space will have access to legal, compliance, marketing, and fundraising experts in Web3, a service that likely leverages STORM’s expertise.

In addition to these extra services, the workspace will provide learning and networking opportunities through regular events like hackathons, training sessions, and parties.


The co-working space offers multiple membership packages with varying benefits for users. For “community members,” subscription starts from 100 CHF (about $118) per year, while for “residents,” the price is set at 500 CHF (approximately $589) per month or 5,000 CHF (roughly $5,889) per year. There is also a 50 CHF (approximately $59) per day option for those planning to pay a one-time visit.

Community members are only invited to public Decentral House events, while residents are provided access to the space for work and organized events.

On the Flipside

  • It is unclear if access to consulting services will attract extra fees.
  • The price to access the workspace for a day may prove steep for individual developers who prefer to work from home or the local coffee shop.

Why This Matters 

Beyond providing an enabling work environment for developers and startups, Decentral House promises to offer services to help members fund, ship, and monetize their projects—initiatives like this promise to accelerate innovation in the Web3 space.

Learn about Bitget’s 2024 plans:
Here’s How Bitget Plans to Build on Its 2023 Milestones

Polygon’s NFT ecosystem has recorded another milestone. Find out more:
Here’s How Polygon (MATIC) Flipped ETH in NFT Sales Volume

This article is for information purposes only and should not be considered trading or investment advice. Nothing herein shall be construed as financial, legal, or tax advice. Trading forex, cryptocurrencies, and CFDs pose a considerable risk of loss.

Okoya David

David Okoya is a crypto news reporter at DailyCoin based in Nigeria. He covers various topics related to the cryptocurrency industry, including exchanges, regulations, and price movements, and strives to bring fresh angles to breaking news. With experience as a freelance crypto news writer, David upholds the highest journalistic standards, telling complete stories and answering lingering questions whenever possible.