In addition to investors buying the platform’s CVCOIN using Bitcoin and Ethereum (ETH), a new deal with ChronoBank aims to deliver mutual benefits to both projects before the ICO ends June 30.
CrypViser CEO Vadim Andryan hopes the move will “encourage the development of the project in addition to creating new opportunities for the whole community and investors,” a joint press release states.
“We are pleased to announce that ChronoBank is supporting CrypViser in their ICO, as part of the support, we are very excited to announce that everyone would be able to use TIME token to participate in CrypViser ICO,” he continued.
“We hope that the ICO will go as planned and exceed all expectations, and wish the guys at CrypViser all the best.”
ChronoBank is a recruitment-focussed Blockchain startup looking to disrupt traditional business processes, bypassing legacy finance involvement to cut costs and improve transparency and efficiency.
From its launch in March this year, the value of its TIME token reached a new high of almost $29 in the first week of June.
ICO participation is just the first step in what will be a long-term agreement with CrypViser, which aims to launch its prototype network in September.
Early bird access on launch, bounty scheme participation and in-app payments using TIME will all feature as advantages to ChronoBank users.
“CrypViser, together with ChronoBank, is a resource that prides itself on being sustainable for market integrations, with their integrated use of blockchain enabling them to put security first,” the press release continues.
CrypViser’s ICO involves sales of 10 million CVC, of which 1.14 million have already been purchased as of press time Friday.
Company Name: CrypViser
Company Website: https://ico.crypviser.net
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