Spotcoin’s Weekly Roundup #2
Thank you for your interest in our second Weekly Roundup, your weekly insight in the goings on at Spotcoin.
First of all, we are happy to announce that the investors who bought SPOT during the Pre-ICO can now view the tokens in their Spotcoin profiles using the “Transaction History” drop-down menu item after logging into their Spotcoin accounts. The final distribution of the tokens will happen after the ICO and third-party audit are complete, but you can already see your very own SPOT. Welcome to the Spotcoin family!
After last week’s excitement around the Pre-ICO, the team has been back on road building relationships. Just a quick update:
Our CEO Tim Gick spent this week in the US, setting up some important partnerships that we can’t announce just yet, but should bring real value to our SPOT token.
On Wednesday, our Spotcoin Ambassador Andrew Thornhill spoke at the Georgian Bitcoin and Blockchain Conference, joined by Armenia Country Manager Anait Ambartsumyan.
On Friday, our CSO Sean Mulcahey and Marketing Manager Ketevan Popkhadze met with the Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency. We are continuing to work together to address issues and opportunities in the blockchain space.
Spotcoin is based in Georgia, where Mamuka Bakhtadze was just approved to become that country’s next Prime Minister. Bakhtadze is interested in incorporating blockchain into the Georgian tax authority’s operations. You can read more about Spotcoin’s view on government and regulation issues in one of our Medium articles from this week.
What else? We are working hard to finalize our ICO preparations, testing everything needed on the technical side. Also, we’re teaming up with third party specialists to make absolutely sure we will be ready. A final ICO date will be announced as soon as possible. It won’t be long now,
The Spotcoin Team
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