Company to Appear at Blockchain Open Forum in Seoul
TEL AVIV, Israel, June 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Liberdy, a blockchain-based company disrupting the digital advertising ecosystem, today announced it had begun its private sale on 1 June, 2018. Liberdy also announced it would attend the Blockchain Open Forum in Seoul, South Korea, from 26 June to 27 June, 2018.
Liberdy is building a new advertising ecosystem rooted in the opportunities of data-driven advertising but addressing the problems of end-user data exposure, control and accuracy. Liberdy leverages the advantages of blockchain technology and the European Union's GDPR regulation to empower users to manage their data rights and profit from the use of their data.By giving individuals ownership over their personal data, Liberdy will help companies comply with GDPR requirements.
The LIB token will power LIberdy's ecosystem. Interested individuals attending the Blockchain Open Forum in Seoul can meet Liberdy's CEO, Koby Ram and CMO, Gali Rosen at booth #11, to learn more about the company and the private sale. The soft cap has been set at $5M, and its hard cap at $30M. Purchases can be made in either Ether or Bitcoin.
So far, Liberday has received positive feedback and interest from companies in the ad tech industry with which it is in discussions.
Koby Ram, Liberdy's CEO states: "The private sale has just startedis just around the corner and Liberdy is already generating buzz, gaining attention world-over, and across Asia in particular. We're looking forward to bringing our roadshow to Korea, and introducing Liberdy to a wider global audience. We're also excited to open the door to private purchasers, who will receive preferred terms for coming on board at this point."
For further information:
Gali Rosen: Chief Marketing Officer
1st Habarzel street, Tel Aviv
Liberdy, powered by blockchain technology is re-envisioning the future of permission-based advertising. Leveraging the GDPR, Liberdy gives a voice to users wishing to set the rules for using their digital data. Users are compensated with LIB tokens for sharing the personal information that companies like Facebook and Google collect on them. All data is anonymized and users can share it with the advertisers of their choice. This data, sold via our consent-based Data Management Platform, gives advertisers access to accurate, verified, first-hand data, which up to now could not be obtained outside the walled gardens of Facebook and Google.