The uploaded file contains my attempt to communicate the concept I'm looking to see come out in image, but I'll articulate that here too.
The idea is to make explicitly visible to letters 'v' and 'c', within a minimalist, abstract interpretation of the Yin-Yang symbol. Ideally, I want the 'v' & 'c' letters to constitute most of the dividing line between the yin and yang.
Further, on the outside of the yin-yang symbol, I would like the border to flow into a minimal interpretation of the uroboros. If we can get a hint of the self consuming dragon as it circumnavigates the logo, ideally bearing a clear connection to the line between the halves of the yin-yang itself, then the meaning I want to communicate will manifest.
My aim will be to turn this logo into an animation later on.
As far as colour schemes go, the black/white/grey palette, with the right amount of eye-catching contrast is preferred. But I'm also open to one other vibrant, contrasting colour, to be used sparingly. It may help abstractly represent the dragon, for example. Ultimately, the vc letters do need to be prominent, but the overall gestalt is just as important.
The file below is merely a starting point. I'm no bloody artist, that's for sure. All the best.