COO of Digital Currency ‘TV’ Makes New Year’s Resolution to Reach the Top 20
Originally published on: CoinSpeaker
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January 09, 2018
Designed from the ground up with the user’s privacy in mind, Ti-Blockchain wants to provide to its users a platform for messaging and data sharing with a support of Titanium Value (TV) cryptocurrency as a means of spending TV tokens.
Most of us spend the new year at home with family or friends, but that wasn’t the case for Ti-Blockchain COO Janson. While many were huddled up nursing a hangover, he was thousands of feet above Pokhara, Nepal, pondering the future of his company’s digital currency, TV.
After paying 100 TV to travel agency Poor Sky via his company’s messaging platform, Tchat, he found himself paragliding and and thinking. A new year means new goals, and for a burgeoning currency like TV, they’re big ones.
TV token is based on the Ti-Blockchain, a public blockchain ecosystem development platform that takes inspiration from Ethereum and Storj. The token promises to kick-start technological and industrial progress, with significant interest from the Chinese government. Still, Janson doesn’t expect the growth to stop in his home country.
One wish for 2018 is TV communities in fifteen countries, from the U.S., to UK, Germany, France, Russia, Korea, Cambodia, Singapore, Japan, and more. Alongside it Janson hopes to launch the TV payment system, allowing millions more to pay for travel and other commerce securely.
However, his biggest hope is for TV’s market cap to reach the top 20. Propelled by a recent partnership with Poor Sky, the Ti-Blockchain team plans to propel use of the currency in global travel, alongside business, storage, and social media.
Like all good goals, it’s based on a strong belief in the project. TV makes use of a Turing-complete language for its smart contracts. With some adaptations, it can support languages such as Lua, C#, and more, all with an infrastructure built to reduce load on the blockchain network. Essentially, it looks to solve some of technology’s biggest problems, and it’s already on its way.
As a result, when his feet hit the ground after his paraglide, Janson likely felt a sense of relief. For a year well-spent and an aerial journey survived. This year, however, TV plans to reach new heights, on a tougher path, and stay there. It will be interesting to watch the company’s goals materialize.