EY Supporting Global Cryptocurrency BOScoin

EY Supporting Global Cryptocurrency BOScoin
10.04.2017 06:45 am

EY Supporting Global Cryptocurrency BOScoin

Cryptocurrencies

BlockchainOS has entegrated EYC3, EY’s Asia-Pacific data and analytics capability, to support development of the BOScoin cryptocurrency. “EY is very excited to support the BOScoin Platform and sees a very strong potential in blockchain technology for both consumers and businesses,” Gwang Rim Yi, Partner for EYC3 Seoul office.

EY will utilise their expertise in the governance realm, drawing from their wide range of experience it has from working with global enterprises and applying it to the BOScoin platform’s self-evolving governance system.  

“Having the support from such a renowned firm provides us with the global reach and will help provide direction to the design of the platform,” CK Park, Chairman of BOScoin.

Most recently BlockchainOS presented the BOScoin platform concept at meetups in Berlin and London, answering questions from the wider community on various interest areas including technical, architecture and design; to applications, operations and governance.

BOScoin is a self-evolving cryptocurrency platform for Trust Contracts. Trust Contracts are self-executing programs on the blockchain similar to smart contracts. BOScoin Trust Contracts provide the foundations for a secure, self-evolving system where non-technical users can also create immutable and shareable contracts on the blockchain.

With US$3 million raised from pre-ICO funding, the official ICO – scheduled to commence in a month’s time – invites the public to participate in the international cryptocurrency platform.

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