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Big data firm Gravity4 prepares cryptocurrency offering with global event series

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

The Lydian cryptocurrency tokens are gaining attention from prominent investors which include celebrities, venture funds, hedge funds, technologists, and entrepreneurs such as Tech Crunch founder Michael Arrington who will be personally investing in the token sale.

Big data marketing cloud Gravity4 said that its Singapore limited company LydianCoin Pte Ltd., has been getting heightened interest in the coin offering and an upcoming series of blockchain focused events across the globe. Gravity4 will have coin offering events in New York City, Singapore and London.

"Unlike many tokens that are launching based only on a white paper and a prayer, the Lydian token will offer access to real, existing and market tested services," stated founder and CEO, Gurbaksh Chahal, who will be a featured speaker at their upcoming blockchain events. "We're looking forward to announcing additional investors and key advisors in the coming weeks. And, taking part in events that will even further educate blockchain capabilities." Chahal added that the upcoming utility-token which will offer cryptocurrency-enabled and A.I. driven digital advertising services and provide access to new products that will prevent ad-fraud and the usage of ad blockers, currently under development by Gravity4.

The 'invite-only' events around blockchain and the advertising sector are scheduled a......................

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