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More than 11,000 participants join financial inclusion crowdfunding campaign

26 April 2017 17:45


More than 11,000 participants have pledged their support to a crowdfunding campaign.

The campaign, which is raising funds for financial inclusion-based start-up Humaniq, has raised over $4.9m so far, and will closes tonight.

The company, which is mainly based in London, is on the verge of breaking international crowdfunding records as it seeks support to further its development.

Co-founder Dmitry Kaminskiy said: “My team and I are very proud that almost 10,000 participants have put their faith in our platform.

“We are hoping that this crowdfunding campaign will help bring our solution to the next level.”

Humaniq’s aim is to lift people out of poverty by providing them with a financial inclusion-based platform, powered by the Ethereum Blockchain and biometric technology.

A.I. expert Mr Kaminskiy co-founded the company alongside Blockchain visionair Alex Fork, and they have now appointed successful Blockchain and FinTech author and entrepreneur Dinis Guarda.

The company’s top priority is to support people with limited or no access to the digital economy, with the aim of bringing two billion unbanked people worldwide onto the banking spectrum.

Most of the team is based in London, and is supported by a new advisory board, including Tim Campbell, the winner of the first series of The Apprentice.

Notes to editors:

• For media comment and interviews contact Derin Cag on 02071750858 or email

• For more information about Humaniq visit

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