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For a long time there was no news about Roger Ver’s advisories. “Bitcoin Jesus” has recently signed a strategic partnership agreement between Bitcoin.com and a new fintech project.
Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com, and Mate Tokay, COO of Bitcoin.com, recently announced that they had joined Azbit exchange as Advisors. This news is of particular interest in the context of Roger’s recent statement about the intention to open his own cryptocurrency exchange. The global crypto community, of course, took his statement seriously since “Bitcoin Jesus” has a good eye for the major upcoming industry trends. So, the question on everyone’s lips today whether this is the same exchange.
Azbit is a self-dependent fintech project, where the exchange is a part of a large-scale ecosystem. While Roger is planning to launch its own exchange, Azbit’s exchange is currently 80 percent ready. It is based on the existing crypto exchange, which has been operating since 2016.
That may be the union of two experiences. On the one hand, Roger Ver is one of the most influential people in the world of crypto and blockchain. He has recently participated in at least four ICOs as an advisor. All these projects have successfully raised the planned Hard cap – from 15 to 50 million USD. On the other hand, Azbit project has something to offer to the financial world.
Azbit has announced the issuance of tokenized shares (with the possibility of receiving dividends) during the crowdfunding campaign. As Azbit AG (AG means a joint-stock company) has been registered in Switzerland and thereby authorized to issue shares.
Furthermore, Azbit is planning to launch an investment platform with possibilities of social copy trading where investors can entrust their assets to experienced traders.
Azbit had recently finished Private sale round and moved to Pre-ICO campaign.