Participation in the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2019 and the panel session of the Transit Potential of the Eurasian Continent forum, joining the WCIT 2019 as a special partner – this year was full of great events and achievements for all.me digital network.
New business model
all.me, an international company headquartered in Ireland, presented a new concept and a unique business model, which puts a social network user at the center. The idea of being awarded for your activity in a digital network is the core of all.me - a win-win ecosystem that consists of a social network (meNetwork), marketplace (meMarket), and payment service (mePay). Thus, by downloading all.me app one can post photos, create content, buy or sell goods and also get rewards for his activities.
2019 was a year of headline-making announcements about the launch of new crypto currencies and the rise of interest in fintech news. And, this was the year when all.me’s newly-issued digital currency meToken rose by 1,375% in four months.
Joining discussions on digital transformation
Deepening of mutually beneficial interaction with consumers (platform shares up to 50 percent of the advertising revenue with users) was one of the concepts that was presented by Chairman of the Board of Directors of the all.me group of companies Artak Tovmasyan during his meetings on the margins of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2019. Mr. Tovmasyan also shared the innovative solutions of all.me during a panel speech at “Digital Transformation: A Death Knell for the Old World” session.
The company also pressed for the introduction of new technologies, in particular, payment systems based on blockchain technologies, during the Transit Potential of the Eurasian Continent forum which hosted leaders of the Eurasian Economic Union member states. Speaking during the forum, representatives of all.me said the company was ready to assist in increasing the transit potential of the Union and creating a single payment digital unit.
WCIT special partner
Yerevan was in the spotlight in October when Armenia’s capital city hosted WCIT 2019, one of the most anticipated IT events of the year. all.me naturally could not stand aside. all.me, with one of its offices established in Yerevan, joined “the power of decentralization”, becoming a special partner of the Congress that brought together 2,500 participants from around 70 countries.
Armenian officials, IT leaders and investors visited the all.me booth to discover the company's innovative solutions. Chairman of the Board of Directors of all.me group was one of the speakers who broke down the concepts of blockchain and digital assets during a special session on the third day of the Congress.
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