Place/Date: Limassol, Cyprus - February 1st, 2018 at 6:46 am UTC · 2 min read
Contact: Denis Kabanets, Source: Inspeer
Inspeer, an online p2p lending platform for both fiat and cryptocurrencies, has successfully exceeded their ICO’s initial two-million dollar soft cap. This milestone will allow the company to create a web-version of their platform, offer virtual cards to users, release mobile applications for both iOS and Android, and open their services to residents of Russia and Estonia.
Inspeer is now moving towards their second milestone, which will allow for even further development of their P2P lending platform.
“As we get closer to our hard cap, we are going to be able to provide our future users with more and more services that extend the coverage of the Inspeer platform. As soon as our $30M hard cap is reached, we will be able to develop a lending system that services small and medium-sized businesses, in addition to individual users. We will also integrate a crowdfunding platform into our product lineup”. – Said Denis Kabanets, CEO at Inspeer.
Inspeer occupies a narrow product niche of P2P lending in cryptocurrencies, which is hardly present in the Russian market. What is more, it has a unique legal system developed solely for the project, which provides full transparency and safety.
Extensive contribution options make the participation extremely simple. It is possible to purchase tokens using Bitcoin, fiat, and more than 40 different altcoins including plenty of ERC20 compliant tokens. The full list of accepted payment methods can be found on Inspeer’s official website.
In celebration of exceeding their contribution soft cap, Inspeer has introduced new bonuses for contributors. These include:
Anyone wishing to participate still has a chance to join the Inspeer ICO before it ends on February 19, 2018.
Disclaimer: Inspeer is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest