Microsoft supports new ideas – partners with startup Platon Finance on digital currency development.

Platon Finance partners with Microsoft for Startups in order to make the advantages of digital currencies and blockchain available to companies as well as the public, without the risks.

Czech Republic, Prague - July 4, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Platon Finance was selected by Microsoft for Startups as one of the top startups in Central and Eastern Europe in the field of digital currencies and blockchain. Platon Finance developed an insured digital multi-currency wallet for MS Windows on the Microsoft Azure platform.

"Working with partners has always been and is of a key importance for Microsoft. The Microsoft for Startups program is focused on startups with a high potential for partnership and growth. Platon Finance brings an innovative perspective to the market, and I am glad that through Microsoft for Startups and Microsoft's advanced cloud technologies, we will support this company in its growth.” Filip Rehorik, CEE Startup Team Leader, Microsoft.

Daniel Tanner, CEO of Platon Finance, is commenting on the partnership with Microsoft: “It was a natural progression of our idea, we want to bring the possibilities of digital currencies to the wider public possible and Microsoft is the maker of the most commonly used operating system. Our cooperation with Microsoft will provide us with the opportunity to reach the public while we will provide our technology to Microsoft”.

Platon Finance offers insurance of its digital wallet by a renowned European insurance company with reinsurance on the London market, while all data is secured by software security company Symantec. The digital wallet already meets full KYC and AML requirements and it will offer the following cryptocurrencies: BTC, ETH BCH, XLM, PLTC.

Platon Finance is a Central European fintech startup, working on its main idea of introducing digital currencies to companies and the wide public by providing user-friendly secure solutions for B2B and B2Cs operations. Platon Finance developed these solutions on the basis of blockchain technology with the use of digital token PlatonCoin as means of entering the world of digital currencies.

PlatonCoin from Platon Finance is one of the new generation of cryptocurrencies that adds additional benefits and possibilities to the original idea of cryptocurrencies. PlatonCoin enables holders to participate in an entire ecosystem, based on the maximum ease of use of the cryptocurrency for the public and companies.

The platform, Platon Life, is developed with the aim of creating an interconnected community through B2B and B2C solutions, bringing together the latest technology with traditional values. Well-known MMA fighter contracted in UFC, Makhmud Muradov is the representative of the basic values of Platon Life - fair play, discipline, and will to win.

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