STOCKHOLM, Aug. 6, 2018 — AIAR adds yet another crypto star to its group of advisors. The company partners with ex-Citibanker and Asia’s first crypto fund advisor Rennie Sng, in its mission to democratize education for 2,5 billion people in the world.
Swedish edtech company AIAR’s ambition is to take over the economically gigantic, but digitally neglected, global B2C market of microlearning, by using AI, blockchain and utility tokens.
Rennie Sng is Asia’s first crypto fund advisor, and with an immense experience and knowledge of the ICO market.
– We are incredibly excited to welcome Rennie Sng as an ICO advisor. He has invaluable knowledge of the cryptocurrency and blockchain market and will be a great asset for us, says Rufus Lidman, CEO and Founder of AIAR.
Rennie Sng has over 17 years of global work experience in finance and hi-tech. He is an ex-Citibanker and has managed over 200 million USD in assets and was ranked top 2% amongst his Citi banker peers.
– With my experience, I know when I see a company with great potential. AIAR is one of those companies and it has capacity of enormous growth. I am very happy to be part of this journey, says Rennie Sng.
Next step for AIAR is to continue the roadshow of blockchain events around Asia, Europe and the US where Mr. Rufus Lidman holds popular keynotes on blockchain strategy and the upcoming ICO.
AIAR is democratizing education for the 2.5 billion people in need worldwide. By using new technology to innovate totally new processes, instead of repairing old ones, AIAR is providing the world’s first mobile ecosystem for lifelong learning with 360° content scope. AIAR is using AI to personalize not only the choice of courses, but the best way of learning. By embracing a bulletproof interface with blockchain technology to secure trustworthy certificates. By introducing AIAR® tokens to encourage investment in lifelong learning and turn it into a habit though gamification.
Rufus Lidman – CEO
This information was brought to you by Cision http://news.cision.com
The following files are available for download: