TNC launched to provide support for developing crypto companies
Friday, July 12, 2019
TNC brings together the skills and experience of a network of more than 500 experts with backgrounds in blockchain and cryptocurrency, information technology, finance technology…
TNC IT Solutions Group has been launched to provide blockchain development and security services to fast developing companies in the crypto space.
TNC brings together the skills and experience of a network of more than 500 experts with backgrounds in blockchain and cryptocurrency, information technology, finance technology, commerce and public relations.
Once a company joins TNC, it will benefit from comprehensive support and expert input, as well as a full range of efficiencies and economies. TNC will offer financial support and investment, first-rate developers, tried and tested blockchain strategies, legal services and technical support.
Dubai-based, TNC has already invested US$5m in ABBC Foundation’s BuyAladdin project. The investment will accelerate the app’s development, ensuring fast and secure crypto transactions and protection from possible security threats. TNC’s native cryptocurrency, the Tokenncoin, will also be used for payment in the Aladdin Shopping Mall, the world’s first cryptocurrency shopping mall.
Bruce Jeong, TNC CEO said “There has been renewed focus on the crypto space over the last few weeks with the recovery of some of the major coins coupled with major announcements from established tech players.
“We want to create an environment where ideas can flourish without having to constantly reinvent the wheel. We are excited by the prospect of being able to support young companies with a diverse skill set that helps them focus on their ambitions.”
Stanley Park, BuyAladdin CTO said “Becoming part of the TNC helps us focus on our development without having to bring in untested skills in new areas.
“It will mean that we can deliver the BuyAladdin app more quickly, which will help investors of all kinds make the most of the opportunities that crypto offers.”