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First cryptomarketplace, aiming to help small business in global trading, has raised $25 million.
Storiqa is developing marketplace with different outstanding features in compare with such companies like Amazon and eBay. With support of more than 55 000 people from 170 countries The company is launching its platform in a few months.
CEO Ruslan Tugushev stated earlier: “I spent more than 10 years for business development of SME. Their core competences were different but the problems are quite similar. Since I have gained enough experience and put together professionals from different fields I realized that it is time to establish global company which helps any SME to expand business internationally and start trading worldwide in 1 hour.”
Storiqa will accept the most common cryptocurrencies along with fiat money. The outstanding feature of marketplace is transparent affiliate marketing which enables users to monetize reviews through popular social networks. STQ holders will enjoy special benefits within the platform: buyers receive higher cashback; sellers use special platform features to increase sales.
By and large, Storiqa will give any SME access to the global market and many family-business companies will be able to boost sales at least in two times more. In the end of Q1 the platform will be launched and it means that change in eCommerce has come. There is no longer opportunity to purchase STQ tokens as the company finished token sale 2 weeks earlier. However, it is possible to get STQ in the end of March since listing.
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