Co-founder and CEO, Greg Van den Bergh of Bankorus, an artificial intelligence (AI) based crypto wealth management platform built on the blockchain, stated recently in an interview that Bankorus will be available to everybody, not only to the high net worth individuals (HNWI).
“It’s technically for everybody,” he said, stating that the reason behind Bankorus exclusively supporting only HNWI is more on a strategic line as, “traditionally, it’s the HNWI who write the first checks.”
He explained that the vision of Bankorus is to become the one-stop shop with everything to do with security tokens, much like retail giants, Amazon and Alibaba.
Van den Bergh states,“It’s like Amazon or Alibaba for crypto.”
Bankorus Plans into Execution
The company expects first application of its bReport, a reporting and performance tracking function, this quarter, while other modules of the platform should be launched within a year. bMarket is set to become the main module. It’s a marketplace where product providers, such as funds and asset-based tokens, can distribute and sell their products to investors and private wealth management companies.
Although the Firm’s roadmap states a public token sale later this quarter too, The CFO declined any comment on the pretext of ongoing discussions regarding Legality and deciding an announcement date.
Bankorus has already raised over USD 5 million from venture capital funds and angel investors including the CEO of Morgan Stanley Bank AG and Crystal Stream Capital, according to the official stats.
In 2013, Van den Bergh with his team launched the first Robo-Advisor in China under the former brand name MiCai , and it claims now “to be entrusted with managing combined assets under management of USD 30 billion, with over 200,000 of the world’s wealthiest clients across China, USA, and Europe.”
Bankorus Revenue last year was around USD 1 Million, as per official records.