mCoin ICO to launch at The World BlockChain Forum in Dubai

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Christopher Richardson, CEO and Co-founder of ONEm
Christopher Richardson, CEO and Co-founder of ONEm

mCoin is set to officially launch at the World Blockchain Forum in Dubai on April 16th with an ongoing pre-ICO sale attracting over 30 countries.

The platform is the world’s first cryptocurrency accessible to which reaches 5.8 billion people on mobiles of whom 3 billion people don’t have internet access is founded on its ability to allow mobile devices without the internet to enjoy internet-like services creating without the internet to enjoy internet-like services.

Christopher Richardson, CEO and Co-founder of ONEm stated. “It is exciting to see that mCoin’s pre-ICO has attracted so many participants. This is a good sign for the launch of our upcoming ICO on April 16 at The World Blockchain Forum in Dubai. We are looking forward to meeting current and new mCoin supporters.”

mCoin works with ONEm services making blockchain technology available on any mobile and secure as it is not on the internet creating an extra layer of security.

To foster mCoins’ rapid growth, ONEm has signed telco agreements in more than 20 countries. This figure can double during the current year. Small and medium businesses can work with local mCoin partners. For the first time hundreds of millions of people worldwide can enjoy a digital currency. As a result, mCoin will increase in value where traditional cryptocurrencies can’t reach.

The demand for mCoin will rise due to mCoin’s novel mining concept. “Pseudo-mining” is a proof-of-work concept where anybody can earn mCoins through sponsored activities. These special purpose activities impact society in a positive way. Users can spend mCoins through ONEm’s Sweb, Market Place and mCatalogue applications.

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