Home / Crypto Currency / First Cryptocurrency Fundraising for a European Bank

First Cryptocurrency Fundraising for a European Bank

London, February, 18, 2018 – European Crypto Bank is building the first bank and trading platform to secure investments on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies market.

New generation bank (Fintech): Cryptocurrencies trading platform, financial analysis on cryptos, tokens and tax assistance.

French, Italian and English specialists have formed a multi-disciplinary team to create an European Private bank. Private bankers, tax specialists, computer scientists, mathematicians, and Blockchain engineers have partnered to facilitate access to the cryptocurrencies market to as many people as possible by personalized advice and approaches (wealth management and wealth optimization).

Rising in the cryptocurrencies prices as well as corporate financing in the context of ICO (Initial Coin offering), through tokens, benefit mainly the countries of eastern Europe, Russia, Asian countries and Australia.

European investors cannot do without the opportunities of this fabulous future market despite the uncertain regulatory framework and they must be able to benefit from this market simply and by controlling the risks.

In the light of a lack of regulations of the cryptocurrencies market, European Crypto Bank offers customer support solutions to:

– Protect them from tax risks: reports and advice adapted to the regulatory requirements of each European country: France, Italy, England, Germany.

– A fine analysis of market values: Cryptocurrencies and tokens are experiencing unprecedented volatility and it is necessary to understand the issues, strengths and weaknesses of these instruments in order to optimise its investments.

– Artificial Intelligence with the development of Robot Advisors and automation of the processes for availability and traceability of 24/24 and 7/7days services.

– An ecosystem generated by a specific token (ECB token S) allowing access to personalized reports, financial analysis and advice from European tax experts in cryptocurrencies.

European Crypto Bank responds to investors’ expectations by providing secure, flexible and scalable banking and trading services.

European Crypto Bank is planning a banking licence in France, Italy and Germany at Horizon 2022.

Contact :

European Crypto Bank

[email protected]eancryptobank.io

Site ICO: https://europeancryptobank.io

Site Corporate: http://europeancryptobank.com

Blog: https://medium.com/european-crypto-bank

VIDEO :https://youtu.be/81GAan56Peg
Telegram: https://t.me/europeancryptobank
Telegram: https://www.facebook.com/EuropeanCryptoBank

This is a sponsored press release and does not necessarily reflect the opinions or views held by any employees of The Merkle. This is not investment, trading, or gambling advice. Always conduct your own independent research.

Read more

Check Also

Police Arrest Four Ukrainians for Running Fake Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Law enforcement in Ukraine has arrested four young men who were running at least six fake cryptocurrency exchanges. The cryptocurrency sphere is an exciting space, and many people are eager to begin buying and selling virtual currencies. However, such an influx of money and inexperienced newcomers also bring out the criminal element, seeking to gain funds at the expense of those new to the space. Scams abound, but police in Ukraine have done their part by arresting some individuals who ran a number of fake cryptocurrency exchanges. Using Programming Skills to Set up Scams In the city of Dnipro, Ukraine, police announced that they had arrested four men between the ages of 20 and 26. The quartet had set up a number of fake cryptocurrency exchanges. Police know of six fake exchanges that they operated, but there is a definite possibility that there may be more. The six fake exchanges include: moneycraft.info, wowex.online, swapex.net, myexchanger.lv, iconvex.net, and likechange.biz. Police say that the criminals had “special knowledge and skills in the field of programming” and “have created their own CMS-system for managing the content of exchange sites.” Unsure of Amount Stolen Police are asking those who were scammed by the fake cryptocurrency exchanges to come forward and file complaints. As of now, law enforcement does not know exactly how much the four men were able to steal from their victims. Police may be able to glean such information from the equipment that was seized during the arrests. It was reported that flash drives, computers, smartphones, and other equipment were confiscated when police raided the homes of the four men. The reality is that crime and scams are rampant in the cryptocurrency sphere. One should always do due diligence before spending any money. The world of virtual currencies is still akin to that of the Wild West, which means that danger is just as close as excitement and opportunity. Have you ever been scammed by a fake exchange, wallet, or ICO? Let us know in the comments below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. The post Police Arrest Four Ukrainians for Running Fake Cryptocurrency Exchanges appeared first on Bitcoin Network, News, Charts, Guides & Analysis.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Disclaimer: Trading in bitcoins or other digital currencies carries a high level of risk and can result in the total loss of the invested capital. theonlinetech.org does not provide investment advice, but only reflects its own opinion. Please ensure that if you trade or invest in bitcoins or other digital currencies (for example, investing in cloud mining services) you fully understand the risks involved! Please also note that some external links are affiliate links.