Lithuanian digital fintech solution platform, Bankera, announced on Tuesday it is planning to launch an upcoming pre-ICO round. The presale will reportedly take place on SpectroCoin. Launched earlier this year, the company, which calls itself a bank for the blockchain era, states its services include the following:
- Payment accounts with personal IBAN, debit cards, interbank foreign exchange rates, and payment processing.
- Loan and deposits, which are notably a key “competitive edge” as well as core service of Bankera.
- investments that consist of low-cost investment products such as equity traded funds (ETFs), crypto-funds, and roboadvisory solutions for wealth management.
The company revealed:
“Bankera also aims to address long-lasting problems by reinventing how users see money today. Many consumers do not invest their money adequately to keep up with inflation. Bankera will offer low-cost investment products, such as equity traded funds (ETFs) and crypto-funds denominated in ‘baskets,’ as proposed by Nobel prize-winning economist Robert J. Shiller. This will help capture inflation and allow customers to keep their funds constantly employed to maximize the potential returns.”
Bankera reportedly has the necessary regulatory and IT arrangements and has put together a strong team and advisory board, including Lon Wong, president of the NEM.io foundation, as well as Antanas Guoga, a member of the European Parliament, also known as Tony G. Guoga shared:
“Bankera will enjoy the advantage of being a first operator in the market, as it will be operational at minimal viable product level before the ICO.”
Bankera stated that during the pre-ICO, only 10% of the ICO tokens will be issued to finalize the initial version of its platform before the full ICO. The pre-ICO will also be used to determine the hard cap for ICO smart token. Each holder of Banker tokens will be entitled to a weekly referral commission, constituted of 20% of Bankera’s net transaction revenue. The pre-ICO sale will take place on SpectroCoin where customers can currently try the minimum viable product.
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