The Pacific Link Foundation will use the educational services of Beowulf Blockchain to help human trafficking victims and disadvantaged children to acquire skills and resources necessary to thrive in society. This according to reports from EconoTimes, published, December 12.
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Beowulf Blockchain is a U.S.-based B2B platform providing communication services via a decentralized cloud network of computing resources worldwide. Since its launch, the Silicon Valley-based company has improved its international presence and developed several products including the Victoria platform, a decentralized distant learning platform, and QUICKOM, a patent-pending concept which aims to replace phone numbers with scannable QR codes for improved privacy and connectivity.
In this sense, Beowulf services are mainly for companies that aim to improve the way employees communicate and interact in order to increase revenue growth, and employee productivity through innovative distance teaching and training. Beowulf’s services will now be available to the Pacific Link Foundation, a U.S.-basedorganization focused on sustainable development of Vietnamese communities and the enrichment of their cultural heritage.
The non-profit organization intends to use the Victoria platform to facilitate integration into society for human trafficking victims and disadvantaged children. Beowulf will provide financial support and education programs including STEM subjects, an academic category that includes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The goal is to give these children the opportunity to receive a valid education and improve their quality of life.
Beowulf is Preparing for Token Listing
Although Beowulf has already developed a set of products and tested its solutions, it has not yet made its token available to the public. The company aims to develop an infrastructure based on two tokens. The first is the BWF Coin, a token whose value will depend exclusively on market demand and used by Beowulf Chain supernodes to make the platform work. The second token, the W coin, will instead be a stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar used for communication service fees.
The Silicon Valley-based communication pioneer is launching a range of trading contests in celebration of the upcoming coin listing, pitting traders against each other for $200,000 worth of BWF coins in total prize money.
Beowulf seems to have found the right recipe to sell blockchain products that are focused on real businesses and consumers. Its various business partnerships are an apt demonstration of the platform’s growing popularity and the listing of the BWF token could be the launching pad for achieving new successes.