BitClave Announces Crowdsale Following $22 Million Pre-Sale Internet

After raising $22 million in their private and public pre-sale, BitClave have set a date for the final crowdsale. It’s due to take place on November 29th, and the public will have the opportunity to purchase Consumer Activity Tokens.

BitClave, a blockchain startup working on a decentralized search ecosystem, expect the sale to reach $25.5 million, and hopes are high after an impressive pre-sale result.

BitClave’s goal is to make searching for items online a more pleasant and rewarding experience for the consumer, and transform how companies use data to target ads at potential customers.

The platform is aiming to develop a decentralized search engine called the BitClave Active Search Ecosystem (BASE), where users will be paid in CAT tokens every time a business uses their data to target them and will have control over the ads that are shown to them. Businesses will use the data to build uniquely customized ads based on each customer’s individual preferences.

The idea is to allow customers to regain control over their own personal data. Currently, platforms like search engines and social media sites record their users’ data and sell it to advertising companies who use it to build ads. The result is that consumers don’t have control over their own data, and end up bombarded with annoying and often irrelevant ads.

By giving customers the choice over who can use their data and allowing them to opt in or out of the ads they see, BitClave will return power to the consumer. The platform also ensures that advertisers can be more economical with their targeting, because their ads will only be viewed by interested customers instead of being wastefully sprayed all over the internet.

BitClave was founded by Alex Bessonov, the former CSO of LG Electronics. He’s positive about the upcoming sale and the future, and said: “We are extremely grateful for the support of our community and to everyone who participated in the presale. Our goal as a team remains: to conduct a successful crowdsale event for our community and to deliver on a project vision with the potential to redefine how online search works by prioritizing user privacy and control.”

Meanwhile, BitClave is continuing to make progress, and has recently partnered with Bancor, Qtum, Storj, and Carnegie Mellon University.

To find out more about BitClave and how to get involved in the token sale, please visit www.bitclave.com or get in touch at info@bitclave.com.


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