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3 Reasons Ivy Partnering with Talenta Is a Good Thing

Bitcoinist

Bitcoinist | May 23, 2018 | 22:00

3 Reasons Ivy Partnering with Talenta Is a Good Thing Sponsored Article

3 Reasons Ivy Partnering with Talenta Is a Good Thing

Bitcoinist

Bitcoinist | May 23, 2018 | 22:00


Ivy recently announced a partnership with the Talenta Group which could see significant upside for its token holders.


Who is Ivy?

Ivy is a block-chain based technology for FIAT & Cryptocurrency business transactions which require verification in the international monetary system.

The Ivy Network utilizes IVY tokens which will carry Know Your Customer (KYC) & Know Your Transaction (KYT) to meet the verification requirements for transactions.

Ivy bridges the gap between the centralized traditional banking & payment systems, and the decentralized blockchain network to leverage the best of both world’s – fast, decentralized processing that meets the regulatory requirements of Financial Institutions around the world.

They recently had a big write up in The Wall Street Journal after both Ivy and Coinbase met with the FDIC to discuss banking licenses. They are currently exploring multiple exchange listings, and its token (IVY) has seen some recent high volume on IDEX.

Who is Talenta?

Talenta is a professional management consulting company that has managed several blockchain projects and crowdfunding campaigns, and are very selective in who they partner with, which is a strong endorsement of the quality and potential of Ivy’s roadmap & product.

Based in Singapore, they recently were involved in a partnership with China’s largest co-working space Ucommune to establish Singapore’s first Blockchain hub. They are also sole representative of CoinTime Asia, the leader of blockchain news media in China and Korea. Though they have a strong foothold in Asia, they have a competent network that has global reach.

And the three good reasons are…

NEO, TKY, and ZIL…

NEO, TKY, and ZIL are all great blockchain projects that have partnered with Talenta and, as a result, have seen significant increases in project awareness, community size, and token price.

Here is a quick analysis of some of their work:

Neo (NEO) – Market Capitalization USD $4 billion

Neo is a blockchain designed for registering and trading digital assets. While there are similarities with other digital assets, Neo is unique in several respects. It uses smart contracts which involves using a multi-sig contract thus making it compatible with legal requirements on asset transfer. Neo also supports identity management, byzantine consensus, and fiat gateways, setting it apart from other blockchains.

theKey (TKY) – Market Capitalization USD $72 million

THEKEY Project Team is now developing an identification verification (IDV) tool with blockchain based dynamic multi-dimension identification (BDMI) by using Personally Identifiable Information (PII) which is exclusively authorized by government authorities.

Talenta was the primary driver of the exceptional growth in their community in a short period, increasing their telegram channel to 75,000 members across multiple jurisdictions within a week of being engaged as consultants.

Ziliiqa (ZIL) – Market Capitalization USD $1 billion

Zilliqa (ZIL) is a blockchain technology that is built to solve the scaling issues surrounding blockchains’ use cases. Current blockchain solutions do not currently have the required throughput to service something similar to a VISA network – Zilliqa aims to solve this. Similar to Ivy, Zilliqa didn’t raise funds through a traditional ICO process.

Talenta has been instrumental in Zilliqa’s token price appreciation from the private sale price of $0.0038 to its present price of $0.143 – a gain of +3,663% – and in helping ZIL reach the Top 25 Cryptocurrencies by market cap.

The Talenta partnership could be the right combination of marketing and blockchain experience that helps Ivy move forward in leaps and bounds.

What are your thoughts on Ivy’s new partnership with Talenta? Could it be just what the project needs to take it to the next level? Let us know in the comments below.


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