Blockchain Startup Everex Aims for Financial Inclusion

Blockchain Startup Everex Aims for Financial Inclusion

A new startup called Everex, a financial inclusion blockchain remittance company, aims to nourish the 3.5 billion under-banked globally. The platform uses the Ethereum blockchain to create “cryptocash” assets, which are pegged to units of fiat currency and tethered to the peer-to-peer network. Everex Introduces Cryptocash. Everex is focused on building a platform that performs cross-border transactions with real-time settlement and blockchain security. Currently, there is a vast number of underbanked global citizens worldwide. Many of these people don’t have access to traditional financial....


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