Bitcoin Press Release: The CHERR.IO story: from winning FutureHack in Davos during this year’s World Economic Forum, to partnering with Caritas Maribor,one of the biggest charity organisation in Slovenia, to conducting their first charity campaign, to their long-awaited crowdsale.
May 16th, 2018, Maribor, Slovenija – After more than a year of intensive work, CHERR.IO, born in Slovenia – which is becoming one of the most highly valued blockchain destinations in Europe – is aiming to disrupt the existing foundations of the global charity sector. Additionally, they just started with their token sale. The public pre-sale is currently LIVE and will last for 9 days. Check more at https://ico.cherr.io/. Furthermore, the launch of their official crowdsale will be on 1st of June and last until 15th of June.
Though under personal pressure to deliver, for the love of their project, they are keeping their minds focused on the realization of their unique vision – a fundraising platform that will improve and expand existing charitable donations processes, increase their transparency and reinforce the trust that people have in charitable organizations.
On the CHERR.IO platform, crafted on the Ethereum blockchain, which ensures traceability and full auditability of transactions, you can already find live charity campaigns. Recently, their focus was to help two little boys with cerebral paralysis regain strength to walk. The CHERR.IO team met with them and admired their remarkable efforts, shown in this unforgettable video.
In the last couple of months the journey was very exciting for the very committed CHERR.IO team. Besides the fact that their project was very well received by the crypto community and wider audience, they also managed to reach some important milestones such as winning FutureHack, the first ever hackathon that took place in Davos during this year’s World Economic Forum. At this event, top developers from all over Europe created blockchain solutions to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Additionally, the Slovenian Prime Minister…