AMA Recap: Bholdus

Basic information

  • Time: August 20th, 2021 at 10PM GMT+8 (HKT)
  • Project name: Bholdus
  • Host: Kristen from BSC Army
  • Guest speakers: Ronald Le|CEO & Founder of Bholdus
  • Main content:
    • Part 1: Project overview
    • Part 2: Business Plan
    • Part 3: Community Q&A

MAIN CONTENT

Part 1: PROJECT OVERVIEW

Would you like to give an introduction about yourself and Bholdus overall?

Ronald: My name is Ronald Le, I’m basically the CEO and founder of Bholdus. I’m a CEO of fintech entrepreneurs. I’ve been in crypto space since 2017 and the first time I explored cryptocurrency in the blockchains and Bitcoins was back in 2014 where I read a book called the ‘Internet of value’, it was written by Andreas Antonopoulos, fantastic folks. He’s born in Greece and he grew up in school and worked in the U.S and got a chance to hang around with Andrett. I’ve been reading a lot about her through different books and research papers from Bitcoins range to Jimmy songs white papers, Jack McCollett’s, those fantastic folks in the industries. It’s built my career since then so I found it of several blockchains fintech companies since 2016-17 til now and working with different banks financial institutions and money service businesses throughout the world where you got a chance to understand about open banking infrastructure, the financial technologies, and different types of promotionalists and permissions blockchain technologies in the regions as well as in different parts of the world. Analysis US is a very ambitious blockchain network where it’s built on substrate-based technologies, which is a formation of bunker roads. It’s one of the co-founders of Ethereum-based as well. We utilize the technology to be our own blockchain well which is interoperable with different types of networks out there, such as BSCX or not spontaneous itself. So our blockchain is very much the business that we try to solve, is we try to focus a lot on helping these qualified businesses to seamlessly issue their own NFT tokens within the days rather than the months: how are they going to go to market as quickly as possible, especially, helping those online game makers, or the online game applications to issue the NFT seamlessly or to help the world-class digital artists around the world to issue their own NFT token seamlessly on Bholdus exchange as well as on different chains because Bholdus itself is a multi-chain and cross-chain infrastructure.

We’re happy to work with any sort of different ecosystem so the value that we bring is the best user experience, the non-tech coders or the non-tech businesses that can come to us and we can help with NFT issuancem help with fundraisings market expansions customer acquisitions and also getting the right advice in different country regulatory framework that help the business to go globally. That’s basically my journey so far, and I’m a big fan of decentralization. I’m a big fan of fair systems and trustless systems. And with immutable records that’s set up in different types of smart contracts, there’s transparency in the blockchain technologies as a whole. We’re very hard working and that’s not only myself. We’re all about working as a team. We have about 40 black folks coming into the ecosystems and we always welcome all sorts of different partners to come into the allies, following up with us and doing different types of business with us. We are very serious people but warm-hearted, genuine and a dedicated team. We want to build the organizations where you know everyone can come in and help each other to grow the knowledge and also to grow the wealth in the financial industries as a whole together.

Would you like to share about your team members? What are their positions? How are they contributing to the project?

Ronald: We have a team of different people in different industries, of course, technology is the core of our team. I have some friends and we’ve been working together for many years since 2016-17 until now. We work on different types of projects. We’ve had some great experiences in open banking infrastructures. We have a great engineering house, our full times, we treat each other like brothers, we go through hardships together. We go through a lot. We do a lot of different businesses, we build a startup from scratch and we have a chance to go all over the world to grow the business, working with different banks and institutions. We value the technologies, we’re very much a product driven company. So we very much focus on technologies. We focus a lot on building up scalable products. So we have for almost 10 folks right now in the engineering house right now but we believe in the team because we’re very careful selecting and working with the enginee so this is like a fantastic opportunity for us to promote ourselves and also to look for top talents in the industries. Especially the engineers. So feel free to reach out to us, we’re in the midst of hiring right now so we’re happy to welcome you, just do a check out on our website for further information. Engineering is a core race. Every day, matter how busy I am, I need to work on a different cross-functional team, but engineering is the main source. It’s the core and backbone of the company so I spent a lot of time working closely, understanding them since day one, right not only today, but since five or six years ago till now. So we treat engineers like our core, our lovers, we need to respect them. That’s how we build a scalable business but of course besides engineering there is a good team of fantastic people in communication, in marketing and in operation as well. If you look at our team, we have background people who build companies, from 30-40 people all the way to a thousand folks or a couple of thousand folks, they built the company from five, ten million dollars valuation to billion dollar company. So we have that type of people in the industry in the team and as well as we’re very entrepreneurial and we’re very localized so that means we do what the Romans do. We understand how to speak the local language, especially in Vietnam, Indonesia, in the Philippines, in Africa, or in Europe or in the U.S, we try to localize the business and we take very high standards in anything we do. That’s how we build a busines. It’s an organization and there are a lot of people coming from different types of backgrounds, great people. There’s an influencer working in our team as well, they are very highly influential and very well educated and understand the blockchain, the technology super well. We have this type of people and we have also been working with a few universities around the world and trying to work closely with them. That’s the next step that we’re gonna work on and we have close to five million dollars in fundings from for private public token sales. For early birds token sales, which is a fantastic stage. So far, we have a great opportunity, we have great support from the communities, and we’re going to open up for the public token sale as well in the next, almost a week from now, August 28th. Feel free to check out our site and see how it goes from there. With the last support from the community, I understand the community, we have to be fully responsible with the community and that’s why we’re launching the IMO, which is Initial Membership Offering, What do i mean by that is all about help understanding the community, always putting our ourselves into the people’s shoes, into the investors’ shoes. That’s how we build a business. We are very caring people, we always take in a lot of constructive feedback from the community, from the internal teams. We divide it into a lot of daily operations so we’re very caring and we want to improve every day. Tomorrow is always a better day compared to today. That is how we build business and that’s how the company is structuring. This cryptocurrency is all about financial modeling so we have people in the financial industries. They have had sea level big corporations before so they build financial models, they do a lot of forecast things for different corporations and businesses. So these people are in our team as well so that’s how you can see. It would be a very solid kind of tokenomics so the team is only 15% of the entire tokenomics allocation so that shows commitment from our side, commitment to community, and commitment to the different projects, our businesses, who want to build things on our Bholdus blockchain. I hope that is giving you an overview of what we’re trying to build and who we are and what we do. We’re very much international so people are coming from different time zones, such as Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Pakistan, USA, and we’re growing everywhere right now. We keep on hiring people. I spend a lot of time working closely with different types of people around the world as well. So that’s how we run the business. It’s all about transparency, it’s all about growing an ecosystem where there’s a large community who’s supporting us, that’s a large kind of business, who’s supporting us. Welcome for all sorts of win-win partnerships so we’re here to help, we’re here to learn from you guys, and we are here to collaborate as we win a sustainable partnership.

How have you guys been coming up with a product for Bholdus? What services are you offering right now to the market?

Ronald: I have lived internationally for many years. I was born in Vietnam but I have lived in Singapore, the US, for the past almost 17 years of my life. I got a chance to work internationally, do businesses with different types of people in almost a lot of different countries: in the US, in Hong Kong, in Taiwan, in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Europe, Australia, Africa. So it helped me bring a very large, very global-minded kind of person. We’re very much global-minded, and we see the problems when it comes to money movement. There’s a lot of middlemans in between, that’s the unnecessary kinds of transactions, moving funds around from A to B internationally. And I found it’s not really make a lot of sense for that, so blockchain technologies help to eliminate certain middlemen and that is some things I really feel great about. And then I also see the pain from people who are unbanked right. It’s very difficult to move money from one country to another country with micro payments. It’s so difficult to send a couple hundred dollars from one country to another. That takes a lot of effort and you have to pay a lot of fees, and with digital currency with blockchain technology, we can really move funds to peers to cut off all these kinds of problems. What we, the intrinsic value we try to create here is the micro payments, because we can help a lot of businesses. Bholdus were as well established because we want to build our own blockchain. We’re gonna have our Bholdus wallets, that’s one of the first products that we’re gonna have, where the users can actually trade, store or swap the tokens or stake our own native tokens. Again, different types of interest depend on the timing. That’s kind of the first product we’re gonna have and then we’re gonna have our own blockchain. That means any businesses can actually utilize our open source Bholdus blockchain to build their own application. It can be an online game maker, who comes to us and seeks help for fundraising, his account for accelerations and also market expansions. This is like a blockchain service, NFT as a service where we have businesses to stake, to issue, to mint, create tokens, and to create the liquidity for that NFT token itself. Those businesses suggest online games or these movies and music and the market is still very in the early days. The pro of that is that it is kind of difficult for non-tech businesses to issue tokens. It’s looking back 20 years ago, it’s so difficult to create a website and now it’s so easy to create a website, it’s so easy to create a sophisticated website. You can even create an e-commerce marketplace without knowing any technology. You can create a fantastic sophisticated kind of a world-class design website without knowing the technology. What we’re gonna do is that we’re gonna head to the same kind of visions but it’s more on the real kind of open internet revolution where a non-tech can actually open a deck easily. They can open a NFT marketplace easily. They can open easily, seamlessly Swap the token without knowing much about technology. So how are we going to do that? Bholdus has a great vision in doing so where any businesses can jump into NFT, any businesses can jump into DeFi, decentralized finance technology to help out with accelerating the business. This morning I spent thinking about the past almost four or five years of my life. I started reading a lot of books in the morning. I spend like an hour or two reading some books to help and I’m really deep into it. The more I do fintech businesses, the more that I want to learn, but a lot more things I want to share, a lot of things that I can learn. I feel like the more I learn the more I share the more I love this business so much. That’s very much what Bholdus is all about.

What makes your project so special? What makes it more appealing than other NFT projects already existing on the market?

Ronald: You can see the market right now. The NFTs are in the early days of the revolution. It’s just a couple of years ago or maybe it was cryptokitty in 2017 and 2018 and now it is booming because a lot more good projects are coming up. But if you can see, even share with your founder, with your CEO during the last call as well, there’s still a lot of trash in the NFT marketplace. There’s no such proper kind of procedure to qualify the good project on NFT and if the market is still a little bit high and there’s a lot a lot of speculations so what we do is that we have to build a sustainable business where there is a good a good chance for any kind of products, any kind of business can jump into creating the best users’ experience, companies, best platform. We’re a product-oriented company, we’re a customer obsession company. That means we really listen to customers and we want to value the customer feedback to build the best product. It means we have a very strict qualification to qualify a NFT project to be listed on our own blockchain. We’re very strict in terms of selecting companies or businesses who want to do business with us because we are here to help and in order to help we’re not thinking about getting yet, we’re thinking about how to give. That’s why we’re very careful and the difference is all about just a business sense, so we’re here to give before we get something and in order for us to give we have to be careful to select what project is gonna work with us. I think it’s very similar to any kind of sustainable business out there. And the market is trillions dollars, in terms of market size, so the NFT market is less than 100 billion dollars right now. An axis with the one in Vietnam is about four billion dollars and a half, which is a lot compared to a common startup. However, you know that’s still tremendous growth. NFt can be your identity, it can be your digital services, your school certificate, your movies, the ticket that you purchase, your messages, your photos, your everything. And the difference between us is how we went to cross-chain to attack in terms of technical aspects. It’s all about cross-chain infrastructure and how we are going to build an interoperable network where Bholdus is naturally cross-chained with some other chains such as Ethereum, Binance Smart Chains and some others. So cross-chain infrastructure is something that we’re building up. We’re very excited about that and we’re launching the magnet in December. A lot of hard work on the pipeline, the team is fully committed. We work day and night. I love working, it’s not when once I laugh means it’s not really working anymore. It’s like enjoying doing it, enjoying meditation. For me, sometimes working is like meditation, meditation is working. It’s a little bit funny here but I like to read a lot these days, because I feel that there’s a lot more knowledge that I need to reinvent. I need to make my visions of the business way bigger than now. A lot of things are in place right now and I’m very much happy with the journey so far and so that’s a little bit about why we are different. It’s all about commitments to the technical aspect with the scalability and the ecosystem that we’re growing. The partnership that we have and the potential parker, the backer, the institutional backers that we are working on so this type of people that we are working with every day, sooner or later, we’re going to have cool hot news we want to share with people. So do reach out to us, feel free to stay updated, very much excited for the journey coming up.

Would you like to talk about your tokenomics distributions? Do you think it was distributed wisely?

Ronald: If you look at our tokenomics right now, the team only gains about 15 percent of the entire token division. The team is having the time to invest almost over the couple of years, that shows a huge commitment from the core team. We understand that we’re raising funds that’s not for us to sell off the tokens in the first place. We’re here to raise funds because we want to build products, we want to build the ecosystem, we want to build partnerships, we’re going to build institutional investment partnerships or to build scalable products. In order to ship out that hourly to fundraise, we are here not to sell off a token, we are not here to collect the tokens and sell it off. At the end of the day, for the sake of earning the funds in the short term, we’re here for the long term with the full commitment from the entire core team. Then we have already drafted out a very good kind of framework for the innovation team. We standardized, you can check it out on our website, we diversified, we put a lot of different types of innovations into ecosystems. It’s very clear. We have also dedicated the team for innovations and strategic partnership where there’s a lot of team talents. All these people are gonna work on our Bholdus chains, a lot of different types of the applications are gonna be on it, so it’s pretty much an ambitious project. We leave good funding for marketing as well. We welcome any kind of community coming in and helping us out so once the business really gets started, we’re gonna launch the IMO in the next one week and then we do a few rounds of IMO which is the initial membership offering on the website. Then we’re going to launch the tokens on the Pancake Swap, which is on September 25th. We have successfully raised quite a good fundings in the early token sales, it’s about a couple of million dollars. Those are very successful steps. We’re just day one here. We’re all start-up people. Even if I have 100 million dollars, a million dollars is still there one for me, it’s still there one for our company. That’s how we do business. Every day we wake up, we have fresh minds, we start the day with nothing in hand, that’s why we stay very hungry, very foolish. And we’re very much ambitious but very genuine and warm-hearted. Tokenomics speak by itself. So we’re here not to do things with gaining money in the short term because for us, we believe we do the best we can in terms of product-wise. We make sure that communities are sustainable. We build scalable products that everyone loves and everyone thinks that this is valid. I told myself, my team yesterday why there’s so many wallets out there, there’s the Trust wallets, Metamask, there’s Coinbase wallets and you come back to me. Can you tell me right now, your grandparents, do they know how to use it? So they know how to transfer?

Kristen: Well of course that generation is not going to know about this whole market and the applications.

Ronald: Yes absolutely right, but who has the most money? Our grandparents. Our parents live longer than us. We lived for the first maybe 30 years, 20 years, we graduated from school, we were students, we went out and looked for jobs. Maybe we earn 5,000 a month, that’s a lot of money, maybe less than that, but to our father, to our parents, they have hundred million dollars, they have tens of millions of dollars. And the majority of people using wallets are basically traders, investors. People like 20,22 years old and three years old have 10,000 US dollars. That’s a lot of money but I’m talking about a massive mainstream adoption. That is something no wallet in the world can do. We aim to do it because we’re coming from the open banking infrastructure, we’re coming from this core technology. In order to hit that level, we really need to understand the inside out of the technology as well as the standards, user perspective as a technology’s perspective. We have to come as well from the regulatory perspective. So we have to understand all this as one to make fantastic user experience products. We know we’re not getting there yet. It includes all kinds of top wallets in the world. We aim to hit that, we aim to issue that kind of product that anyone in the world can use. That’s why there’s a lot of room to grow. Look at Amazon, even the same thing right for an open NFT marketplace. Unique one marketplace when I look at the NFT, a lot of products, NFT products out there are not really, I don’t see the intrinsic value yet. Still, a lot of speculation like selling the digital egg, selling a simple digital artwork. This makes a lot of sense, we just don’t have a lot of commercial value yet. So sustainable value is something we have to look at, we have to really improve. There’s still a lot of room for us to create world-class products and we’re very much excited to work toward that direction.

Part 2: BUSINESS PLAN

Can you tell us about your roadmap? Where are you guys right now? How has the business been going? Did you face any challenges and how did you overcome all of that? What are the goals for this year?

Ronald: Basically the first one is all about the roadmap. We’ve successfully launched the test net where you can swap the tokens, you can move the tokens from A to B, from one wallet to another within our application itself, and where you can swap the token easily and seamlessly. We are in the midst of building up the second version of the MVP where you can actually swap tokens from Binance Smart Chain, any kinds of Binance Smart Chain tokens to the BHO native tokens. That is the next launch, it’s expected in September. Then, we’re gonna spend a couple of months building our mainnet. Once the mainnet is out, we’re going to have our own wallets, in early 2022. Why some intense, why simultaneously. There’s a lot more features in the wallets where we can inject decent line exchange within the wallet. It’s where you can swap, where you can stake, where you can lend, and a few kinds of derivative trading services within the wallet itself. Once the blockchain starts getting stable we can have a division where different businesses can launch their applications on our Bholdus exchange. We can help with blockchain as a service for those businesses and we also can help them with the issue of NFT, looking for different types of fundings within our ecosystem because the more we grow the more businesses that we can have. That is the kind of market and user base and the customers that we are going to generate.

Back to your question, are there any challenges that we are facing? I think all kinds of businesses have a lot of challenges.I work there at night, very passionate about it without a strong belief in the business. I don’t think I can sustain so it’s all about commitment, it’s all about making it work, and being responsible, accountable for any business that we do, any commitment that we do. We run business internationally so sometimes, there’s some cracks in terms of cross-cultural definition, understanding. Sometimes, people from Vietnam might think differently from people from Singapore, from the Philippines, from the US or from Pakistan. They think differently but I value that pretty much. I see the differences, the value from people, from one country to another. We treat people with respect although there’s always a certain kind of cultural gap, generation gap, understanding, and background gaps. Because if you are coming from an engineering background, you think differently from the people coming from business. That’s the background. If you’re the designer, you’re thinking differently. If people from Vietnam think that they might be different from people coming from Singapore or people from the US. That’s kind of different but I love that angle. I see the difference. I lived in the country for the first 17 years right and I lived abroad for the next 18-20 years, which is half everywhere. I become a very kind of person where I bet I enjoy the difference, I respect people in different ways. I respect the culture, I respect the thinking, I keep listening to them, understanding them, making sure that I give them a whole heart to respect, giving them a wholehearted feedback and I can try to come up with the best solution for everyone. We follow up, based on that, in order to do that successfully for us. Challenge is to build respect, to build a friendship at the same time. That’s very difficult. For us, we tend to be respected within teams, within the people in the organization’s, which is because we are new. We are still new. Every day is day one for us. Just a matter, we need to have a lot of interactions, understanding them, trying to build better transparent systems, cross-work functional teams where people understand each other’s weather in different positions. But people coming from a sales background think differently: why you’re not doing this, why you’re not doing that? I have so many things to do. I need to take care of my own stuff. This is not proper, this is not structure. For example, from a business standpoint, the community says “Hey you need to do this immediately. This is hurting your trust” That creates a level of understanding. It’s different so as a founder of the business, as a chief executive of the company, I need to put my shoe into a lot of different perspectives to understand them to make sure that everything is working and sustainable. That’s a challenge but I love it. Sooner or later we solve it but we solve it very well, everyone loves it so I always tell my team and our team that nothing is personal here. It’s all about making it work, making the business running and sustainable.

Part 3: COMMUNITY Q&A

Why has Bholdus chosen NPoS as your main consensus mechanism instead of normal PoS that is used effectively on Ethereum?

Ronald: The blockchain that we use is based on subject technology, which is a part of a bunker based foundation. There’s a lot of good projects going on there. Ethereum was quite slow in terms of transactional speed because once we have our own blockchain, which is interoperable, and then it’s no longer speed definition involved. Where Bholdus runs an independent blockchain, and is crouching with different types of network out there and once we have that cab interoperable and cross-chain network, we help to build a system where we can eliminate the speed of any kind of blockchain. Because once it’s a Bitcoin issue on our own, one required issue is our own blockchain network, it’s become a Bitcoin and one is everything running on the same chain. it’s become way faster it becomes you know easy a lot easier to swap the tokens. Bholdus itself is about trying to build a system where there’s eliminations of different types of chains. The technology is pretty much proven, subtract base and bunker base are being used by a lot of institutions out there in terms of business standpoint. You can look at Coinbase, Microsoft, Google, all these companies, they’ve been using the system’s originals for quite a while. We’re very much into it and then with the route, with the sustainable and core infrastructure that we already have, it’s a lot more interesting things that we can build. And the system is very much scalable, we use rust to use different types of smart contracts and also for the core technology and the technology and the language itself is also very popular these days. Everyone is trying to grow the ecosystem as well and the reason why we use this technology is because we want to build things from scratch with a good open source platform out there. It’s very much well proven, so all this poing is in the layman terms, it’s helped us to build a quicker application and a quick strategy and implementation when we go to market.

Bholdus has their own Automated Market Makers. How do you make your AMMs become more attractive to users compared with famous names like Pancake Swap or LZ Swap?

Ronald: We run our own liquidity pool so we have our own DeFi aggregators as well. As for the infrastructure, we tend to cross-chain different types. You have aggregated out there whereas there’s a lot of good liquidity in the market so an automatic market maker means we have a lot of open API in our systems ready to be able to integrate with different platforms out there. Whoever already has the different types of pool they can actually work closely with us and provide the liquidity. In addition to that, we can also create our own liquidity pool where everyone can slot in their different types of digital assets to gain different types of liquidity fee, pulley fee, or stacking fees or all kinds of different types of financial services fee. How do we make our AMM become more attractive to users is basically the user experience is very important for us. We thought we would like to create the best kind of user experience where any type of user without much knowledge on blockchain can easily swap or buy or tokens within our platform itself. And Pancake swap only focuses on the BSC web 20 tokens, which is different from us. For us, we tend to cross chains with different infrastructure. Then the cross chain without dots with Ethereum based with Binance Smart Chain, with Solana and some others. We disregard, we just eliminate the different types of blockchain network based tokens. Everything is the same when it trades. How we’re going to build that is all about through different types of smart contracts, through cross-chain infrastructure that we built. Then bunker doors and zones are helping out with the battery chain, which is developing right now and expected to launch in the next several months. We’re very much excited about that so we’re going to participate in those different types of cross-chain infrastructure in the entire ecosystem. So that’s different. Pancake only can swap those BSC based tokens. For Bholdus, we aim to swap any sort of different types of tokens regardless of any chain.

I have seen in the use cases of BHO token, users could receive grants by participating in the BHO governance structure. Could you tell us which kind of these grants?

Ronald: Grants means you can become a community provider, you can work closely with us and you can act as a second validator or you can become a nominator. There are a lot more projects, there are a lot more promotional periods that we’re gonna launch. Once you buy the tokens you can actually stake our tokens on our IMO plan. You can stake the token on our bank swap or our own internal decks in the coming months. And then, from there it can easily be granted, to get benefits and we also scale the system. We can also scale the ecosystem all over the world so you can participate by receiving the grants once you help us to grow the community in, let’s say, in Indonesia or in any country that you have. By promoting our community then we’re happy to provide you the grant in terms of retaining fee in fiat currencies or together with the attractive package of a BHO token. We do have that type of arrangement in our economics as well. So that is a kind of grant that we offer community technologies to help scaling the Bholdus chain community development in different countries and being influencers, talking about us. Maybe helping us we’re doing some different types of AMA in different communities as well. So those are the business, those are the grants that we actually are happy to dedicate and feel free to reach out to us.

Bholdus Chain is presented as on-chain borrowing against various collateralized assets managed by trustless smart contracts. How would it work?

Ronald: Basically it’s a smart contract means we create different types of pool and let’s say if you deposit a Bitcoin into our Bholdus exchange, it’s automatically locked with a smart contract is immediately issued at x number of tokens, which is set on BHOnative tokens in our Bholdus blockchain, and from there you can freely trade or stake or invest in different types of products in our ecosystem and we are not able to touch it because the smart contract is going to be audited when we launch. It’s public on Github so you can see the rules talking about a smart contract, which is an immutable one school issue we cannot change anymore and we cannot easily take the Bitcoin and go somewhere and do business. We’re not able to touch it, it’s automatically run by machine, it’s automatically unlocked by machine and it’s automatically locked by machine. It’s all about automations auditing, smart contract transparency and immutable record so that’s helped to be a trustless manner of financial transaction.

Kristen: Because you say that it all runs by machine so how would you guarantee that machine works? The security that works fine enough to secure all your users’ trust?

Ronald: As I mentioned, machines are automatically running but we play safe by adding two points to the point.Recently you can see some of the systems, Polygon, were hacked for 600 million dollars several days ago. They are careless. So normally what we do is we have to create a few layers of risk when it comes to this. Risk consulting, risk management is very important. Number one, when we need to have our reserve fund always there as a co-wallet to make sure that we have enough funding to secure any car packing system because we understand that we know that we are not the best so we always are definitely high but we want to learn and we want to grow. The second point is we want to work closely with the regulated kind of risk consulting companies who help us to manage these little assets safely.

Even beside our own technology, we trust our own blockchain, which is already well approved in the market but adding to that risk, we add it on one layer of risk where the insurance the digital asset insurance regulated firm comes in and helps us out so they can help with custodial services. We’re making sure that there’s no kind of hacking system because it’s regulated so that means once there is any problem with our insurance, any problem with the hacking or still in the fund there’s an insurance firm out there helping us to pay the compensation. So that is another layer of risk consulting, risk controlling that we are offering to our consumers to our business to our investor.

CONCLUSION

Up to now, Bholdus has had outstanding growth with an ever-expanding ecosystem, promising to thrive in the near future.

Disclaimers: Writers’ opinions are solely their own, and do not constitute any financial advice, investment advice, or trading advice.

BSC Army strongly recommends that you do your own research, and seek professional advice from a financial advisor where appropriate.

 

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