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The world of blockchain technology has taken a dive into the mainstream with growing interest worldwide in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple to name a few.
Impak Finance, a Canadian impact investment firm is launching the first ever fully-regulated cryptocurrency token. This is history in the making.
Impak Finance has launched an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) this week, having already raised £300,000 of Impak Coin, the first fully-compliant cryptocurrency dedicated to growing the impact economy.
Canada is among the central hubs witnessing a boom in blockchain technology related startups, both by leading social entrepreneurs like Paul Allard and world-class businessmen such as Don Tapscott.
Impak is using capitalism and technology as a force for good to create social impact on a global scale. The impact economy is substantial and growing rapidly.
According to statistics by the World Economic Forum, it is estimated to reach somewhere between £250 billion to £1 trillion globally by 2020.
Impak Finance is building an online ecosystem bringing citizens, businesses and investors together both digitally and face to face to grow an economy based on social values.
To accelerate the development of this transformation, they have launched Impak Coin (MPK). The public crowdsale of Impak Coin will close on September 20th.
Impak Finance is setting an example for ICO regulators across the globe by using a crowdfunding model which took them more than 6 months of academic research and compliance advice from the best legal firms in the world and Canadian regulators, to protect their participants.
In addition to their coin, Impak Finance has produced a detailed proposal to create the first ever chartered bank in Canada committed to the Impact Economy.
Blockchain technology is playing a pivotal role in this process and Impak Finance will be positioned at the focal point of this emerging biosphere, acting as a catalyst of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, alongside exciting startups such as Humaniq and Richtopia.
To find out visit www.Impak.co
Founder & CEO
Derin Cag is the founder of Richtopia and co-founder of Marketing Runners and Blockchain Age. Richtopia's mission is to enrich lives using innovative information, with an ultimate vision in alignment with the UNDP's Sustainable Development Goals.
Derin is a thought-leader, growth hacker, and author of e-books. He is also a guest lecturer at INSEEC Group / University of Monaco. Additionally, Derin is the Global Influence Advisor at blockchain technology startup Humaniq.
Derin is regularly invited to speak at international conferences on topics including the implications of the fourth industrial revolution, digital transformation, AI, IoT, blockchain, crypto-currencies and social entrepreneurship. Derin finds global trends and disruptive technologies for making the world a better place of particular interest.
Derin has had the pleasure of interviewing/being interviewed by global industry experts such as Don Tapscott and Helen Clark for example.
Richtopia was founded in 2014 and has attracted a notable audience including names like Richard Branson, Guy Kawasaki, Brian Tracey, Elif Şafak, and more. Richtopia has been mentioned across various media outlets including Forbes, Fortune, HBR (Harvard), CNN, and others.
In 2015 Derin started Blockchain Age, a decentralised research centre and digital data consultancy for blockchain technology, with Dinis Guarda. The Blockchain Age think tank produces collectively crowdsourced research and big data through top thought-leaders and open source intelligence on how blockchain is set to change specific industries and society.
Derin is also the co-founder of professional services firm Marketing Runners, formed in 2016 with Tim Campbell MBE. Marketing Runners provides advisory and consultancy services on web development, social media marketing, digital asset development/acquisition, video production, public relations and crisis management.
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