Memtum Allows ICO Investors to Create Memorial Records of Their Beloved and Store Them in a Blockchain

Veröffentlicht von: TSE Press
Veröffentlicht am: 08.09.2017 13:22
Rubrik: IT, Computer & Internet


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - September 08, 2017: Good news for those investors who are keen to make an ICO investment! The reason for their keenness is that they can invest in new projects like the smart contracts platform called Ethereum. Memtum.com says that their platform allows these investors to create memorial records of their beloved and store them in a blockchain network. Memtum.com says that the records are valid for almost eternity. They are non-editable as well. Users have to just pay a one-time fee for storing the records in the block chain.

The company points out that the whole process consists of just three simple steps. Users have to create a memorial record and pay the one-time fee. The memorial record gets mined into the blockchain.

Memtum takes pride in adding that their platform is different from other ones because users need not pay recurring fees. Further, the earned value for storing records is distributed to the MEMTUM TOKEN owners or those who make the ICO investment.

The company adds that their platform is marketing-driven and hence, it is certain to attract a number of investors. Not only that, the platform has been built with a strong business foundation.

Memtum says that they are certain to succeed because they have rich experience in launching businesses and new products and they have the support of the the largest media agencies and networks. They have been founded by a geeky family that is also putting their investments along with the investments of those of other investors. Most importantly, they are dealing with a high-margin product and hence, their platform is certain to be profitable and sustainable, says the company.

About Memtum.com

Memtum.com offers a platform that allows users who are keen to make an ICO investment to create memorial records of their beloved and store them in a blockchain network. The records are valid for almost eternity. They are non-editable as well. Users have to just pay a one-time fee for storing the records in the block chain.

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