PO8 - Developing Marine Archaeological Blockchain
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What is PO8?
PO8, a startup company from the Bahamas blockchain today announced that they are collaborating with Claudio Bonifacio, a shipwreck expert whose worldwide work history is well-known. He will advise the company to develop a marine archaeological blockchain. Bonifacio's mission to the company will map the location of the shipwreck in the Bahamas.
PO8 focuses on developing marine exploration solutions and the main tool is blockchain based MADS. The company was created to allow people to invest in rescue costs without the need for extensive investment, which often creates a high entry barrier in this area.
The company has also developed other products, such as the Open Auction History Platform (HOAP), which will be used to decentralize government goods auctions and Government Art Auction Systems (GAAS). to governments around the world and to nonprofit institutions such as museums. In this way, they can transact artifacts on a decentralized platform.
Maritime Artifacts Database (MADS)
Claudio Bonifacio, who has more than 30 years of service and has done many search expeditions, will be PO8's main asset to deploy Maritime Data Systems (MADS). MADS will be a decentralized application that will encrypt the recovery of lost artifacts and allow token retainers to benefit from their assistance during the expedition.
Along with the purchase of the PO8 token to fund the project, users will be coded PO8 by completing tasks that can help the project. These tasks range from helping find, analyzing data in historical records, sonar, weather patterns, geographical mapping, etc.
Bonifacio believes that by using blockchain, the launch can actually create what can be considered a "gift to mankind" that will help years of historical research become a reality. He also believes there are over a billion dollars worth of gold, silver and other cultural artifacts on the seabed that will surely attract investors to the project.
He also said he was happy to be part of the positive change that brought blockchain technology to society and it was an achievement to share artifacts with the world. PO8 chief executive, Matthew Arnett, agrees. He said that Bonifacio understood the importance of blockchain and this project to the Bahamas.
About Claudio Bonifacio
Claudio Bonifacio was born in Trieste, Italy, on March 8, 1947. He has a long career as a historian and archaeologist. He has worked for more than 30 years in an archive based in India in Seville, Spain and has recorded more than 3,000 shipwrecks.
He also conducted extensive research not only on shipwrecks, but also on treasures buried by Spaniards, Jesuits, Templars and other dynasties.
PO8 Blockchain Marine Archaeological Coin ICO Details
PO8 is currently sold privately when you can buy tokens. General sales will take place over the next few months. Exploration of the Bahamas may begin around 2019.
- Start Selling Tokens: 07/01/18 Offerings
- End: 07/30/18
- Token: $ 0.00
- Total Supply: 10B
- Standard Token: ERC20 Likes
- Caps: $ 10 million
- Caps: $ 30.3 million
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