BITCOIN/HUMANITARIAN TECH EXPERT: James Song, is the Founder and CEO of ExsulCoin.

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ExsulCoin, a new blockchain technology platform for refugee-led projects, announced today the company is launching an ICO on December 4th, with an end date of December 19th. The ICO will raise capital for the ExsulCoin blockchain-based platform through newly issued XUL tokens to provide a variety of services that will transform the lives of refugees throughout the world. ExsulCoin will offer a total of six billion XUL tokens over the coming years.

ExsulCoin was founded by CEO James Song who runs an angel investment group in Myanmar and has direct experience with the ongoing Rohingya humanitarian crisis. He saw the challenges associated with relief efforts in Myanmar and the refugee crises in other parts of the world and sought a way to leverage blockchain technology to provide impactful relief.

“Unfortunately, many refugees live in a ‘gray area’ society where they do not have access to traditional financial instruments and are susceptible to abuse by a variety of elements,” said Song. “The blockchain is an elegant solution to many of these problems because it offers public accountability and provides refugees with financial incentives.”

Song and his experienced team saw a pressing need for improved integration between governments and NGO’s in regards to their refugee-focused efforts. By moving identity management and other functions to the blockchain, ExsulCoin can help solve a range of refugee needs by matching them to people that can provide aid, education, language learning and function as an immutable resume to help refugees gain employment.

“Our aim is to create an entire ecosystem on the ExsulCoin platform where refugees can feel financially included and we greatly improve the efficiency and reach of relief efforts around the globe,” Song said. “Governments are running out of funding sources to address the refuge situation, and the blockchain provides a solution that can unify and streamline relief. Refugees can attach biometric data and their credentials to the blockchain, to create a kind of ‘living resume’ that is immutable and cannot be physically destroyed. That’s just one example of the services we can provide after this ICO, as ExsulCoin develops into a far-reaching platform that can transform refugees’ lives.”

Song and his experienced team saw a pressing need for improved integration between governments and NGO’s in regards to their refugee-focused efforts. By moving identity management and other functions to the blockchain, ExsulCoin can help solve a range of refugee needs by matching them to people that can provide aid, education, language learning and function as an immutable resume to help refugees gain employment.

“Our aim is to create an entire ecosystem on the ExsulCoin platform where refugees can feel financially included and we greatly improve the efficiency and reach of relief efforts around the globe,” Song said. “Governments are running out of funding sources to address the refuge situation, and the blockchain provides a solution that can unify and streamline relief. Refugees can attach biometric data and their credentials to the blockchain, to create a kind of ‘living resume’ that is immutable and cannot be physically destroyed. That’s just one example of the services we can provide after this ICO, as ExsulCoin develops into a far-reaching platform that can transform refugees’ lives.”

BIO: James Song is a managing principal and co-founder of Faircap Partners, an American investment advisory responsible for building and supporting the nascent democracy in Myanmar. Specifically, James designs and structures deals in infrastructure and industry that bridge the gap between Myanmar’s rich and poor, creating substantial value for investors while providing crucial resources to disadvantaged and marginalized Burmese communities. As part of this work, he founded Faircap Angels–Myanmar’s first angel investing group–to provide risk capital to needed projects outside the mandate of most NGOs and institutional investors. Additionally, he founded and is CEO of FaircapX, a startup focused on solving Myanmar’s biggest challenges. Previously, he was a principal at Fury Capital, an event-driven special-situations hedge fund, where James applied his extensive analytical skills to uncover deep-value inefficiencies in U.S. securities.

As a Fulbright scholar, James pioneered the use of self-hypnosis to boost CD4 T-cell counts in Ugandan HIV+ patients, the first non-pharmacological HIV intervention employed in sub-Saharan Africa to show significant immunomodulative efficacy. He later stayed in Uganda post-Fulbright to build its first modern polyethylene plastic recycling factory, which would later spur the creation of the plastic recycling industry in East Africa.

James graduated salutatorian from Harvard University, and received an MSc in neuroscience from University College London. His extraordinary accomplishments and proven track record have been recognized by the World Economic Forum, which recently named him a Young Global Leader.

ABOUT: ExsulCoin is a new blockchain technology platform for refugee-led projects that will provide refugees and aid organizations with a completely new way to manage humanitarian efforts. By utilizing the immutable record of the blockchain, ExsulCoin can provide refugees a permanent record of their professional and educational accomplishments, as well as proven identity credentials. The company is launching an initial coin offering (ICO) in December 2017 in order to raise funds for the development of the ExsulCoin platform.

WEBSITE: www.exsulcoin.com

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/exsulcoin

TWITTER: @ExsulCoin, @buildingburma

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