Global Blockchain Mining Corp (OTCMKTS:GBCHF) said Thursday that the AMR crypto asset crowdsale has attracted significant interest.
The cryptocurrency miner said in a statement that many users have been whitelisted, referring to a list of entities approved for authorized access.
AMR is a crypto asset created by Singapore-based Ammbr Foundation Pte Ltd, which has developed a "wireless mesh" network based on blockchain. The network is designed to enable Internet access to be bought and sold on an autonomous marketplace, with the goal of bringing connectivity to regions lacking infrastructure.
Ammbr's affiliate company AmmbrTech Inc has developed a suite of router hardware to allow users to monetize their Internet connections, according to Global Blockchain Mining.
Accepted payment methods in the AMR crowdsale include bitcoin, dash, Ethereum, ethereum classic, loki, monero, steem, stellar lumens, USD coin and any standard standard currency through wire transfer.
"We are thrilled about how many people have completed the whitelisting process to participate in the AMR crowdsale,” Global Blockchain Mining President and CEO Shidan Gouran said in the statement. Ammbr is a project that we have believed in since we first heard about it.”
Ammbr CEO Derick Smith added that "this is an immensely satisfying moment for all of us at Ammbr, now that we are starting to see this community of users come together.”
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