Currency Powered by Ethereum blockchain

Currency Powered by Ethereum blockchain

KUALA LUMPUR, 28 th May 2018 – Everus Technologies Sdn. Bhd. is a blockchain technology company based in Malaysia, with aims to become a pioneer in the provision of blockchain as a service not just in the country, but worldwide. In their quest to go global, they have recently entered the Korean market and are actively exploring the business opportunities there. With a host of products tailored to offer world-changing solutions in the industry, Everus tries to provide a positive transition for consumers to embrace cryptocurrency and blockchain as a service.

Everus also has its own cryptocurrency known as EVR, an ERC-20 token powered by the Ethereum blockchain infrastructure. Available for trade on the C-CEX, Cryptopia, Kuna and LocalBitcoinCash exchanges, there are currently over 80 million EVR in circulation, with a total supply of 1 billion available.

In April this year, Everus was recognized by the Central Bank of Malaysia (BNM) as a reporting institution in compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) – Digital Currencies (Sector 6) policy. The recognition by BNM means an added boost to consumer confidence in Everus, as all Everus wallet transactions are transparent and abide by stipulated regulation by regulators.

EVR Wallet holders can track, send, receive and store their EVR in the Everus Mobile Wallet App, which was launched in April this year. Available on both iOS and Android, this app provides easy account access for the Everus wallet holder who is constantly on-the-go. One of the key strengths of the app is its security features; the mobile wallet features foremost technologies in the provision of facial recognition and fingerprint authentication features. Down the stream, Everus will further enhance the versatility of the Everus Mobile App by including a one-stop utility payment processing function; enabling the Everus wallet holder to pay for essential services such as utility bills, mobile phone top-ups and more.

Unlike other cryptocurrencies which are mainly used for the purpose of investment, Everus aims to position the EVR as a viable method of payment. Everus is currently building its global network of merchants to increase the usability of EVR among those who own it.

As a measure to expand the Everus ecosystem, Everus will soon launch the crypto debit card, which will enable the Everus wallet holder to spend the EVR anywhere within a wide network of participating merchants and outlets worldwide.  The aim of the debit card is not only spending convenience for purchases but also so that, potential users become more familiar with the EVR which speed up the adoption and the understanding of cryptocurrency.

Everus is also venturing into data mining services for data mining enthusiasts. The Yottahash service shall be available to mining enthusiasts who are looking for operating solutions to overcome operating requisites such sourcing and suitability of venue, setting-up, and maintenance of rigs and regulatory compliance.

Everus aims to make Yottahash the largest cryptocurrency mining farm in Asia: which also offers the mining enthusiast the convenience of a wide range of reliable mining rigs for purchase.  Yottahash guarantees 100% transparency, round the clock monitoring and tractability.

Once Everus’ key products are established and operational, this should see a large spike in usability for EVR and increased trading volume. It is still early days, but the realization of the Everus milestones will establish Everus as of the world’s most dynamic blockchain organizations in South East Asia.

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