VAIOT’s VFAA-regulated VAI Token sale planned for the 8th of February with DEX listing to follow.
Following the first-ever successful registration of a whitepaper under the Maltese VFAA (Virtual Financial Assets Act), VAIOT is now launching its public sale with a subsequent DEX listing.
VAIOT,the developer of AI and blockchain-powered digital services for businesses and consumers, was the first project to be regulated on the “Blockchain Island” through the whitepaper registration process by the Malta Financial Services Authority on 30.09.2020.VAIOT’s VFAA-regulated VAI Token sale planned for 8th of February with DEX listing to follow
We are excited to announce that VAIOT will be launching its long-awaited Initial Virtual Financial Assets Offering (IVFAO) through a renowned Service Provider’s fundraising platform. Details regarding the participation and access to the platform will be announced by the end of the week. The sale will take place on 08.02.2021. Given the funding already secured by VAIOT in private and equity sales, the offering will amount to EUR 250,000, meaning 2 500 000 VAI Tokens will be offered to the public.
VAIOT’s regulated token sale will be executed according to the strict rules and requirements described in VAIOT’s Whitepaper, registered by Malta Financial Service Authority under the VFA Act. Participants will be subject to extensive AML/CFT checks as part of the KYC process.
VAIOT’s public sale will aim at distributing VAI Tokens to build a robust and valuable community. The funds will enhance, among other things (as described in the Whitepaper), the company’s solution development processes and sales of VAIOT’s first business line — the AI Sales Assistant. This is another big step for the company after finalizing its regulatory process in Malta and releasing the beta version of VAIOT’s AI Assistant for community testing and pilot implementations.
“We are thrilled to launch the public sale of VAI Tokens with such renowned Service Provider,” says Christoph Surgowt, CEO of VAIOT. “This is a great milestone for VAIOT and an opportunity to open up the project to the broader public. We are confident in the success of the sale and that it will reflect the viability of VAIOT’s business model and ensure long-term growth.”
VAIOT develops purpose-built virtual assistants powered by AI and blockchain technology, allowing companies to move processes to AI-powered channels, as well as VAIOT-labeled intelligent virtual assistants delivered directly to consumers. Any product or service sold or delivered digitally can use VAIOT’s tech to be handled by a dedicated AI virtual assistant, accessed by customers via a simple mobile application. VAIOT ultimately plans to take a smart personal assistant concept and combine it with lawyers’ unique skill set and knowledge. The company aims to build an AI legal assistant for consumers and enterprises, providing legal services, including digital, blockchain-based contracts.