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injii Access Coin

A blockchain-based open broadcast of content supporting causes

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Overview

Symbol IAC
Token sale opening date

20. Nov 2017

22 days ago

Token sale closing date

15. Dec 2017

in 2 days

Concept

The injii platform reduces the cost of fundraising by connecting content creators with charities. Through the use of an open-sourced broadcast, injii enables users to interact, donate and engage in decentralized content for the greater good. injii is a movement, a network for social good. We are global outreach without borders, created for those that want to take a stand for what’s right. It’s a means to provide hope and opportunity for everyone through the creation and broadcast of media content. If you’re working towards a cause, sharing your creativity and artistic nature, or you just want a better tomorrow, injii invites you to build/support, create/share, and participate/inspire. Through injii, the micro-individual can now make macro-world changes in poverty, hunger, health, human rights, and other social impact causes. injii is about everyone coming together in real-time to connect through great content and get involved in great causes.

Team

Members

Justin Paul - Founder/CEO

Robert Varghese - President/COO

David Alfonso Castaneda - CTO

Swan Burrus - Senior Marketing Manager

David Menard - Software Engineer

Sishir Varghese - Company Relations Manager

Country of origin USA

Technology

Blockchain Ethereum (What is blockchain?)

Github

Github commit activity 30d
Starred by 0
Watchings 1
Contributors 1
Forks 0
Commits 2
Open issues 0

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Links

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Latest news

A Message from Team injii · 13 days ago

Blockchains and Nature: The Rise of Utility Ecosystems · 19 days ago

The Root of All Money · a month ago

Innovation and Relevance in the Philanthropic Sector · a month ago

Total 6 posts.

Latest tweets

Twitter followers 30d

Watch this great video from @Philanthropy -How Nonprofits Should Approach Millennial Donor #nonprofits… https://t.co/6TYr3BiHCG · 10 days ago

The philanthropic benefits of blockchain technology for charities @bravenewcoin #blockchain #charities… https://t.co/AHWGaxjREP · 11 days ago

Have you heard what Jon Bon Jovi been up to lately? The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation @JBJSoulFound to combat issue… https://t.co/HQLmeV9Yrc · 11 days ago

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Latest posts

Facebook likes 30d

“The spread of blockchains is bad for anyone in the “trust business”—the centralised institutions and bureaucracies, such as banks, clearing houses and government authorities that are deemed sufficiently trustworthy to handle transactions. Even as some banks and governments explore the use of this new technology, others will surely fight it. But given the decline in trust in governments and banks in recent years, a way to create more scrutiny and transparency could be no bad thing.” The Economist https://medium.com/@injii/too-big-to-fail-or-too-powerful-to-succeed-9dfe1e576e25 a month ago

Great article by Professor @AswathDamodaran @SternUC https://t.co/32Cx5UxbRd @SeekingAlpha #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #injii https://t.co/qQ9yHqj8bh a month ago

Medium Story: Too Big To Fail or Too Powerful To Succeed? - By J. Robert Varghese | President & COO, injii 2 months ago

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