Bankera launches regulated banking platform, pre-ICO
Digital fintech solution platform Bankera has announced the launch of its regulated banking platform and offered details about its pre-ICO.
Launched in 2017, Bankera is an operating subsidiary of SpectroCoin, a cryptocurrency exchange, e-wallet, debit card and payment processor.
Although not initially form as a banking entity, the company chose to develop a core infrastructure comparable to traditional banks, according to a press release.
Like traditional banks, Bankera focuses on three main areas:
- Customer payment accounts with personal IBAN interbank foreign exchange rates.
- Debit cards.
- Payment processing solutions.
Services will support not only fiat currencies but also digital currencies such as bitcoin, Ethereum, dash, XEM and others; Bankera also will offer instant payment settlements and low-cost investment products, such as equity traded funds and crypto-funds, to help customers keep their funds constantly employed, the release said.
Bankera reportedly has the necessary regulatory and IT arrangements and has assembled an advisory board whose members include Lon Wong, president of the NEM.io foundation, and Antanas Guoga, a member of the European Parliament.
Bankera is currently in a fundraising phase and including the launch of a pre-ICO sale of its Banker tokens, starting on Aug. 28, 2017. During the pre-ICO, only 10 percent of the ICO tokens will be issued. This will allow finalization of the initial version of Bankera before the full ICO. The pre-ICO sale is being held on SpectroCoin.