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The arrival of emerging technologies such as blockchain and cryptocurrencies brought a number of security, trust, usability and valuation issues for the industry.
Platon Finance, a leading crypto-financial company on the Ethereum blockchain set out to solve many of these issues by offering insurance against cyber theft — and it was the first to do so. Based in Czechia with offices in Slovakia, the company is making strides in the marketplace by providing B2B and B2C solutions for the crypto world.
Platon CEO, Daniel Tanner, announced, “We’re excited to partner with Lloyd’s of London,” the leading British insurance and risk syndicate that insures each Platon Finance wallet for up to 500,000 euros.
The serial entrepreneur who co-founded the company with his wife, Julia, recently completed their new office launch in Prague, Czechia, winning news coverage from national television. The team celebrated its recent big win: a strategic partnership with the real estate investment firm OPISAS which distributes 278 million USD in rentals across Europe and the Northeastern United States.
OPISAS CEO, Christian Calusa, announced, “Platon Finance has advanced technologies that will benefit my company; their users will be able to purchase real estate with Platon Coin,” an ERC-20 token (PLTC).
With Platon Coin providing a full, digital valuation in the future, Calusa shares his vision of using cryptocurrencies backed by tangible assets as a way to do business in the future.
Platon Coin was recently listed on the LATOKEN Exchange. Several listings are underway, including Digifinex and Exrates.me starting in February,