NYNJA to Launch Customizable Communications App With Blockchain-Based Marketplace and Own Cryptocurrency

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Communications and mobile technology company, NYNJA today announced plans for an international communications app with a built-in digital marketplace and cryptocurrency wallet. A cross-platform app that combines voice, text and visual messaging with business management and e-commerce features, NYNJA is powered by its own financial ecosystem and cryptocurrency, NYNJACoin.

In development since Q1 2017, NYNJA is currently in beta, with a public token sale for NYNJACoin launching on April 17, 2018, the company said in a statement. The app aims to enable consumers and business users to communicate, buy, sell and trade without language barriers in a decentralized cryptocurrency marketplace

“While there is no shortage of mobile messaging apps, there has never been an all-in-one communications app that seamlessly supports the messaging and transactional needs of both individual and business users with the utmost security protocols available today,” said co-founder and CEO Salvatore Guerrieri, in a statement. “NYNJA is the first app of its kind to harness the full potential of its user base, empowering them with a cross-platform multimedia messaging app and a built-in global marketplace backed by secure blockchain protocols.”

The NYNJA marketplace allows users to buy and sell goods and services internationally through an open API using NYNJACoin, the ERC20 standard cryptocurrency of NYNJA’s integrated financial ecosystem, said the statement. Users can also access exclusive groups and pay for proprietary in-group content, such as licensed assets or timed consultations, as well as earn NYNJACoin for viewing ads and sharing branded material. Each account comes with a secure Ethereum wallet, enabling users to transact freely within the app for fast international payment transfers without the need for external payment providers or internal platform fees. Completely scalable, the open-source platform will enable developers to build into NYNJA.

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In addition to standard messaging features, NYNJA features scheduled messaging and translation, according to the statement, with a patent-pending concentric wheel navigation system.

NYNJA’s advisors include Michael Terpin, CEO of investor conference series, CoinAgenda; Ken Lo, CEO of blockchain payments solutions provider ANX International; Howard Bilton, founder of The Sovereign Group; Miles Pelham, founder of Digitas Limited and Mun Shing Cheong, the general manager of ANX Digital.

“More than a quarter of the world uses mobile messaging apps, but the current class of apps falls short because they are either global but too basic, for example WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, or have adoption limitations due to being region-specific as in the case of Line and WeChat,” said NYNJA co-founder and president Alejandro Gramont, in a statement. “Furthermore, many messaging apps are geared primarily for personal and social use rather than business; and most business-class apps lack the capabilities required to truly qualify them as enterprise-grade. NYNJA is in a class of its own as the only all-encompassing, highly customizable communications app with a blockchain-based marketplace and financial ecosystem.”

For more information about NYNJA Group Limited, please visit: https://www.nynja.biz/.

Learn more about the NYNJACoin ICO at https://nynjacoinusa.com/.

About Adriana Hamacher

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An award-winning writer, researcher and editor specialising in emerging technologies, Adriana’s work has featured in media worldwide, including the BBC, NPR and Wired. A seasoned web content editor and BBC trained broadcast journalist and producer, she is managing editor of Blockchain News and owner of media agency HipGeeks. Her client base includes the Discovery Channel, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Innovate UK, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Germany's world-leading robot fair - Automatica - and the BBC.

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