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Mingo announces initial coin offering

By Business & Finance
15 March 2018
Ian Hyland, President, Ireland INC and President/Publisher, Business & Finance Media Group with Mingo’s Joe Arthur, CEO and Founder; Deirdre Arthur, President and Founder; Fran Rooney, Chairman

Mingo, the international cryptocurrency company headquartered in Ireland, announced its initial coin offering (ICO) yesterday.

An ICO is a crowdfunding initiative implemented by a cryptocurrency company to gain early investors and funding through incentives for early investors/users.

The company offers a host of services:

MingoChat supports seven channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Steam, Discord, Slack, Skype and IRCCloud and allows you centralise your messages across these platforms/

MingoPlay is an eSports gaming platform where players can play themselves or join micro tournaments through paying a MingoCoin fee.

MingoCoin is the company’s cryptocurrency and is developed on a secure distributed ledger technology system.

MingoWallet is where the MingoCoins are stored.

The CEO of Mingo, Joe Arthur, was delighted to make the announcement and commented that the Mingo community will “benefit from their dedication and interest in the app.”

Early participants will be rewarded and the company looks forward to introducing new contributors.

The base messaging platform of Mingo solves the issue of finding and connecting with various conversations from all of a user’s different messaging apps. Mingo wishes to become the go-to app message simplification and real-time connectivity.

Mingo is looking to join the cryptocurrency market which has grown exponentially over the last eight to ten years. With a messaging and gaming service added to this, contributors will be exposed to a range of high-calibre and proficient products and services.