PURA Cryptocurrency Combines Strength with Titanium Blockchain

State-of-the-art enterprise infrastructure management Titanium first blockchain start-up endorsed by D&B

Detroit, MI - April 20, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Michigan-based Pura Cryptocurrency is strengthening the services it offers to customers and users through a new cooperation with Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services (TBIS), one of the world’s leading Blockchain companies, making the union a rock-solid one.

Titanium is the world’s very first blockchain start-up that was endorsed by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B). The mission of Titanium is “to leverage the power of the immutable blockchain to provide virtual infrastructure services for businesses and individuals, creating a Titanium clad guarantee of reliability which had previously been wholly impossible.” CEO Michael Stollaire has extensive industry knowledge; the Titanium team features collective 200-plus years of experience in areas including security, technology, marketing, development and more. PURA Cryptocurrency is thrilled to have complete access to Titanium’s robust suite of services, ranging from network hardware creation to an instant Initial Coin Offering (ICO) incubator that provides comprehensive solutions for the launch of token sales. PURA Cryptocurrency is also very proud to announce that Michael Stollaire, CEO of Titanium, is going to join the PURA Advisory Board effective immediately.

The company is fulfilling a mission to empower consumers by implementing groundbreaking technology that is fundamentally changing the Internet landscape to make it more efficient and secure. Titanium’s system exists on the Ethereum blockchain, which has over 200,000 nodes (a communication point in a data network), and is completely decentralized, meaning it can hold information in a much more safe, organized and affordable manner than traditional means. In addition, isolated issues do not lead to major data outages, as there are still many nodes operating at full capacity.

PURA is a cryptocurrency for the common good
PURA Cryptocurrency is an international digital currency that liberates users to transact with anyone in the world directly, privately and instantly, making lives more affordable by removing the expense or need for a middle man in the form of a bank or payment provider. Powered by the blockchain, transactions are stored permanently and backed up across hundreds of servers worldwide while financial data, activity history and balance information is kept completely confidential. The currency is not controlled by any central government or banking authority, opting to allow masternode holders and users themselves to determine how the currency evolves and the impact it has on the world through a global democratic governance process, or “DAO.” Dedicated to responsible decentralized living, ten percent of all PURA created is automatically contributed to PURA Planet, a treasury that works in conjunction with PURAMission to fund and track sustainable, environmental and social projects around the globe.

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