VANCOUVER, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Etherparty Smart Contracts Inc. is excited to announce it has formally enlisted its first group of startups for its soon-to-launch crowdsale creator.
Blockchain startups working with the Vanbex Group have formally signed on to use the Etherparty platform in order to launch their token and crowdfund projects, as early as this spring, when Etherparty's flagship product hits the market.
"Etherparty's ability to complete the technology and security components on a company's Token Generation Event in just a matter of minutes is a breakthrough in blockchain technology," said Etherparty CEO, Kevin Hobbs.
"So instead of a process that can take months to complete under the current landscape, companies can now focus on building and marketing their blockchain project more effectively and efficiently without having to worry about the complexities around token and crowdfunding smart contract development."
Etherparty is a blockchain product working to enable a connected and inclusive world by building easy-to-use, versatile and intuitive smart contract solutions. The crowdfunding application is just the first in a long line of blockchain-based solutions to be deployed by the Vancouver-based company.
FUEL is the token that powers the Etherparty platform. Users will pay for access to the platform's functions, which includes access to a smart contract library, security monitoring tools, and a network monitoring dashboard.
The FUEL token, which is a transferable ERC-20 compliant digital token deployed on the Ethereum network, will serve as a method of validating a user's transactions on the Etherparty platform and its related products.
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Etherparty is a blockchain product working to enable a connected and inclusive world by building easy-to-use, versatile and intuitive smart contract solutions.