by Ulyana Shtybel, Co-founder and Vice President at HighCastle
The growing number of ICOs, in excess of 2000 per month, highlights the unsatiated demand for financial technology innovations and projects that offer new solutions for existing problems. This keen interest in the ICO model also demonstrates that project founders and investors are looking for simple, fast solutions that will allow them to increase their efficiency and profitability. The current Capital Markets structure does not provide a solution that would offer easily accessible liquidity to private companies.
Ukrainian cybersecurity company RMRF Technology became a security advisor of international alternative investment marketplace HighCastle.
Ukrainian company RMRF Technology, which specializes on providing cybersecurity services and development of deception-based solutions signed an agreement with UK-based HighCastle, the world’s biggest blockchain-based investment marketplace, which already provides access to 6 242 projects with combined 3.3 billion in value.
According to the agreement, RMRF Technology will provide the initial security analysis of the platform, developing recommendations for the platform security improvement and assistance in the implementation of these recommendations.
I am glad to announce that HighCastle, the world’s first open-architecture investment platform for private securities and alternative investments, that is managed and operated by the UK-registered HighCastle Group Ltd (company number 10619102), has started the presale of its voucher token called AIM (Alternative Investment Marketplace).
As the biggest digitalised investment marketplace in the world, and due to its revolutionary idea, HighCastle is now is now recognized by respected investment banking and law professionals as one of the Most Influential FinTech Companies. HighCastle is using an open-architecture technology and enables digitalization and online access to $1.7 trillion market of private securities worldwide.
Introduction to Blockchain. A block is the ‘current’ part of a blockchain which records some or all of the recent transactions, and once completed goes into the blockchain as permanent database.