CrowdCoinage OS is a platform for the future of funding that is built on top of the Ethereum blockchain and Estonian e-Residency. OS stands for “Operating System” and it will be designed with both investors and start-ups in mind. It accelerates growth of start-up companies by offering tools and services that save both time and resources. Investors can use services to divide their investments between various services like P2P loans, crowdfunding, etc.
The first version of the CrowdCoinage OS allows startups to launch and manage crowdfunding and ICO campaigns. To be subject to relevant registrations and licenses, campaigners can sell dividends or equity tokens that will be freely tradable in cryptocurrency exchanges.
Moving forward we are going to add a wide variety of financial services that will be based on cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Among these are P2P loans, insurance, saving deposits, debit cards for everyday use, an exchange and a wallet. KYC will be handled by deep integration with Estonian e-Residency program.
CrowdCoinage is located in Tallinn, Estonia. Estonia is a technology-driven country and is the birthplace of technology heavyweights like Skype and TransferWise. Setting high goals and achieving them is a part of Estonians’ DNA so there is no exception for CrowdCoinage either.
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