By Bitcoin.com PR — Mar 8, 2018 1822
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Auctus, the world’s first platform for smart contract-powered retirement plans, which allows you to create customized retirement focused portfolios, consisting of traditional assets and cryptocurrencies, just released their (alpha platform) on Ethereum’s Rinkeby testnet.
The released platform allows you to choose between portfolio recommendations, created by the community, in the human advisory marketplace, or be assisted by a robo advisor which will recommend you a tailored portfolio, taking your targets and profile into consideration.
The released platform gives you an idea of where the team behind Auctus is heading to.
Daniel Duarte, CTO at Auctus stated: “We are very thrilled the way things are currently going. The released platform allows us to get market feedback from our worldwide community. All gathered feedback will be evaluated with the team, our advisors and lawyers and subsequently we will lay out the strategy four our beta release, which will be on Ethereum mainnet”.
Auctus recently made headlines due to various partnerships and its membership in the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. They are also known for following best practice standards, in an attempt to maintain a strong token model and token economics.
Apart from their recent platform release, they are also conducting a token sale on March 27th. Their whitelist is currently open, but is expected to close ahead of time.
All details can be found here: https://auctus.org/tokensale/
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