In a major expansion drive, Israeli startup Sirin Labs today said that it plans to add 5 branches over a period of a few months against the existing strength of its flagship store in London’s Mayfair. With the addition of New York, Seoul, Tokyo, Berlin, and Tel Aviv, the branch network will go up to five stores.
The branch expansion will help increase Sirin’s presence. The developer of the SOLARIN ultra-secure mobile phone recently signed Barcelona star Lionel Messi as its brand ambassador.
“You’ll be able to purchase SIRIN LABS products in all of these locations, in addition to our existing store in Mayfair, London,” the company said.
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Sirin Labs made headlines last year when it launched its Solarin 5.5-inch Android smartphone, costing nearly $14,000. The high price tag is due in part to its innovative, military-grade security and privacy measures. These include a switch at the back that flips it into a cybersecure mode, allowing only outgoing voice calls and securely encrypted messaging.
SIRIN LABS has recently revealed an all-in-one PC for the blockchain generation and the crypto crowd. The company’s line of blockchain-based products and services is mainly aimed at the existing cryptocurrency community.
Also today, the team behind SIRIN LABS announced that the SRN token has been integrated on Bancor, which provides an automated conversion mechanism for blockchain tokens.
“Starting tomorrow, you will be able to acquire the SRN tokens on the Bancor platform. This is part of our continued efforts to make it easier for those who want to pre-order the FINNEY to do so,” it said.
Bancor Protocol is a standard for the creation of Smart Tokens, which refers to crypto assets with built-in convertibility directly through their smart contracts. Bancor Network allows any integrated token to be automatically converted to any other token, directly from any Web3 wallet.