ICO Focus: Interview With Cyrus Fazel of SwissBorg

Cyrus Fazel, CEO for SwissBorg took time off his busy schedule to have a conversation with us at ICOWatchlist. He used the opportunity to talk about the SwissBorg project and its correspondent token sale event;

Hello Cyrus, can you briefly introduce us to SwissBorg?

SwissBorg is revolutionizing wealth management services with a community-centric approach powered by blockchain technology. We are a wealthtech DAO made in Switzerland decentralized to the world.

Why wealth management on blockchain?

Blockchain technology enables us to leverage tokenization and it’s philosophy empowers our community via a meritocratic system.

How does SwissBorg set itself apart from similar blockchain projects?

Our investment team based in Switzerland, Japan, and Canada have a combined experience of over 100 years working for best investment banks and hedge funds. Our community-centric approach is powered by swarm intelligence and machine learning. We are backed by institutional investors such as a prestigious private bank and family offices.

Where do you see the SwissBorg project in the next 24- months?

Banking license with investment platform offering tailor-made investment crypto portfolios, latest IoT payment solutions, and secure digital exchange.

How soon will CHSB tokens be available on exchanges and are you in talks with any exchanges?

We expect them to be listed very soon, 1st week of February via several exchanges.

Briefly, run us through the process of participating in the SwissBorg crowdsale?

It is quite easy, we have created our own dashboard, so you just need to create an account and then go through the process. We have more educative videos on our YouTube channel;

Thank you Cyrus, we appreciate your time.

Thanks for your time and efforts too ICOWatchlist.

For more details, follow the SwissBorg ICO here.

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