MicroMoney Intl., a global fintech and social lending services provider, is turbo-charging its current $30 million token distribution campaign by beefing up its technical, legal, and marketing initiatives with ICOBox’s solutions, speeding up the process of launching the world’s first blockchain credit bureau, expanding MicroMoney’s own service bundle and footprint, and helping foster the financial inclusion of the world’s two billion unbanked adults.
A two-year-old business headquartered in Singapore, MicroMoney operates in Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Sri-Lanka with its multilingual call center located in Bangkok. Currently valued at $1.85 million, MicroMoney provides social lending services with no collateral or paper-based document requirements. MicroMoney’s scoring platform sources data from customers’ mobile phones which is then processed using neural networks and AI algorithms to generate a credit score.
A repository of these credit scores is the foundation of MicroMoney’s Blockchain Credit Bureau. As financial institutions start requesting credit profiles collected by MicroMoney, the unbanked people who previously had no access to the global financial system become serviceable.
“With MicroMoney-generated credit profiles, our customers and token holders gain the opportunity to manage their own financial reputation and credit rating to attract more services, allowing them to improve their quality of life, and to profit from controlling access to their valuable personal data,” says Anton Dzyatkovsky, MicroMoney Co-Founder. “We are thrilled that ICOBox, one of the biggest blockchain growth promoters and business facilitators, now supports our token distribution campaign’s funding objectives, which have to be met for MicroMoney to fulfill its social mission.”
MicroMoney’s 30-day AMM token distribution campaign launches October 18, 2017. With the par value of $1, the maximum of 60,000,000 AMM tokens will be issued, and all unsold tokens will be cancelled after the end of the campaign. For more information visit: https://micromoney.io/
“We are strongly supportive of the social justice aspect of MicroMoney’s mission, and very pleased that the AMM token launch will help MicroMoney increase the range of tools it needs to grant access to financial services to billions of the unbanked people worldwide,” said Nick Evdokimov, ICOBox Co-Founder. “We are confident that MicroMoney’s token launch will be a success, considering the competitive edge MicroMoney gets from its proprietary sophisticated credit scoring platform, its vast addressable market, growing demand for its B2C and B2B services, and the established and proven business model.”
Founded in 2015, MicroMoney International (micromoney.io) is a global fintech company offering financial services for the unbanked individuals in the emerging markets, and access to the unbanked audience for banks, trade, and financial organizations. MicroMoney is a fast-growing company valued at $1.85 million, with over 85 employees in six locations around the globe.
MicroMoney makes lending decisions using proprietary AI algorithms and neural networks-based mobile scoring system. MicroMoney’s lending process doesn’t require any collateral or paper-based documentation. MicroMoney collects customers’ opt-in mobile phone data to establish potential borrowers’ credit score. MicroMoney uses the score to generate credit profiles, stored with MicroMoney Blockchain Credit Bureau, which in turn shares this data with financial institutions worldwide.
Founded in 2017, SaaS provider ICOBox (icobox.io) offers fixed-price services to projects seeking to sell their products and services via ICOs. As part of its solution, ICOBox provides technical, legal and marketing services. ICOBox was founded by three blockchain visionaries: Nick Evdokimov, a co-founder of SeoPult, an ex-CEO of AdInTop and Cryptonomos CEO and co-founder, Mike Raitsyn, a serial entrepreneur, and Anar Babaev, Head of Digital Marketing at Cryptonomos. Details on ICOBox can be found at www.icobox.io. For more information please e-mail [email protected]