Blockchain financial inclusion app Humaniq has announced deals for its HMQ cryptocurrency token to be traded on three exchanges: SpaceBTC, LiveCoin and Bitlish. With its ICO now finished, raising over $5 million in bitcoin, tokens will be disbursed to participants within ten days.
“This is just the start,” said Humaniq founder Alex Fork. “We trust these exchanges, as they have a very good reputation. This is very beneficial to the people who have participated in our crowdsale, and will begin the establishment of our post-ICO token value. Our focus is to create value for the over 10.000 people who participated our ICO.”
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Humaniq also announced the BBC’s Tim Campbell MBE as the newest addition to its board. His former roles include being an Ambassador to the London Mayor and a member of the Government’s Entrepreneurs Forum, in addition to the Cabinet Office’s SME Panel.
“Having top-end advisors and a growing network of support is one of the essential parts of the Humaniq project,” stated Dinis Guarda, CEO. “We highly appreciate the relationships we’re developing at Barclays and with our advisors, which is why we’re confident that our team can guide us through our growth and efforts as we launch our project globally.”
On April 21st, Humaniq organized meetup ‘AI and Blockchain for Social Good’ at the Judge Business School of Cambridge University. The launch of the ‘Humaniq AI Lab’ was announced, which will be focused on repurposing artificial intelligence and DeepTech for social good and enabling leading scientists and entrepreneurs to solve the most critical problems facing humanity.
The startup also recently joined Think Rise, the Barclays powered accelerator in London, allowing it to work close alongside other organizations in global locations such as NY, Mumbai, Tel Aviv, Cape Town and across the UK.