Crypterium just gained the support of a very important ally: Keith Teare, a seasoned digital veteran of international renown, just announced his decision to lend the project his expertise. Disclosure:
Hailing from the UK, Keith has earned his reputation as a co-founder of TechCrunch and a founder and leading figure in over a dozen successful Silicon Valley and international projects, including Accelerated Digital Ventures, Archimedes Labs, Minds and Machines Inc., MedCo, EasyNet, and RealNames, to name just a few. Two of his companies – EasyNet and RealNames – became “Unicorns” – companies valued at over $1 billion.
“We are thrilled and grateful that Keith agreed to take us under his wing,” says Steven Polyak, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Crypterium. “He knows the industry like the back of his hand, and is recognized as both a visionary and a wise strategist. Having previously met our Co-Founder Vladimir Gorbunov, he’s also familiar with the quality of the work we do. We are certain that with his guidance we will be able to perfect our product and offer it to the vast community of our supporters.”
According to the company’s White Paper, Crypterium is building a cryptobank offering solutions in three main areas: use of cryptocurrencies by individuals for everyday payments, provision of a revolutionary infrastructure for cryptocurrency acquiring for business (including the option of payments to vendors in fiat funds), and simplifying the procedures for obtaining cryptoloans. The project’s team includes experts in financial, banking, investments, financial technologies, strategic development, and cryptocurrency fields.
Here’s what Keith Teare had to say about his decision and the project: “I am quite passionate about supporting ambitious new projects in their drive to bring innovation to the market. I love to mentor the founders and their teams in developing their ideas, creating products, and turning their dreams into reality. I see Crypterium’s business concept as very timely and relevant: It meets the existing market demand for simple and user-friendly cryptocurrency banking solutions.”
Crypterium, an Estonia-based company creating contactless payment solutions, is currently conducting its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) which aims collect $47 million to develop its revolutionary mobile cryptobank project. More details can be found at https://crypterium.io/.