Nami Announces Presale ICO in Singaporeby Company Announcement November 15, 2017
The world’s first broker without spreads, swaps and commissions with blockchain technology.
Nami has their humble beginnings in Vietnam. Looking at their portfolio, they have potential not only in their current block chain development, but they are already profiting from their ongoing product, Nami assistant. Nami also received 2nd place in The Facebook Hackathon Event during Dec 2016.
Nami has currently raised substantial amounts of funds and they are sponsored by VPBank – one of the top commercial banks in Vietnam. They are also sponsored by Up Co-working space, a modern and creative place that supports startups. Many of their developments are also covered and interviewed by Vietnam Television (VTV), the national television channel.
Helming the company, Giap Van Dai is the CEO and founder of Nami. He has vast experience in implementing IT projects with Deutsche bank and SDIC. One of the company core members is Tong Quoc Dat, who is the co-founder and CFO of Nami. As a result, he had accumulated 10 years experience working with principal banks such as, Sacombank, ANZ and VPBank. He is skilled with investment products and financial planning.
They have a strong advisory team;
Firstly, Trinh Anh Duc is the MD of VIC partners and Director of Startup Grind. Followed by Pham Quoc Dat, who is in the list of Vietnam Forbes under 30, he is also currently the director of Hatch! – An organization that has joined hands in supporting Vietnam Startups for years. Continuing the list, Phan Minh Tuan is CEO at Up Coworking Space. Nghiem Xuan Bach is Strategic Development Director of Cinnamon AI LABs in SEA, Co-founder of Buffalo Wings. Last but not least, they also appointed Singapore Entrepreneur, Dennis Ba as director for Singapore’s office.
The new office is situated in 9 Battery Rd, Level 11 Singapore 049910.
“Singapore is one of the hottest places for ICO (Initial Coin Offering) now. We are extremely excited to bring forward this technology to attract investors all over the world. Conditions conductive to trade and excellent internet infrastructure contributed to our decision to select Singapore for the new company. During this phase, we will be organizing exclusive and private events in Singapore to garner investors, we are confident that we are able to bring a huge value and advantage to many existing traders and investors.”
states Giap Van Dai, CEO, Nami.
Nowadays, there are many ICO right now that are not decentralized online applications. Some companies are actually using centralized applications that accept crypto currencies. Investors need to take note that centralized payout structures often create a win lose situation between traders, brokers and investors.
Nami can be the first online decentralized broker. They are a 100% transparent fintech co. All the transactions are smart contracts and are carried out using blockchain technology. It will be backed by Ethereum. There will be no spreads, no swaps, no commissions, thus will create a fantastic win-win situation for traders and investors.
With Nami, you do not need a broker anymore. Banks, fund managers and immediate investors can now take advantage of Nami.trade. Everyone can start investing/trading forex, indices, commodities, crypto and binary option etc, much more safely.
“We are proud to be one of the pioneers in the investment blockchain tech industry.”
Nami is currently one of the top choices of many private investors in the red hot ICO Singapore scene. NAC will be the token offered. Currently, the presale ICO price is 1Eth: 3450NAC. It is expected to rise based on projections and it may be advantageous to take note of this new underlying future behemoth.
Do check them out @ https://nami.trade/en
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