Press Release

 

MarketOrders is thrilled to announce they have been announced as Finalists in the West London Business Awards in the Start Up of the Year category.

 

The judging panel of the West London Business Awards 2019 met on Wednesday 21 November and today announces its shortlist.

 

The Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of organisations and individuals across five themes: sector leadership, sustainable & responsible business, economic growth, corporate leadership, and individual leadership.

 

The winners in each category, as well as the overall West London Company of the Year 2019, will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony and dinner on Friday 8 February at Twickenham Stadium.

 

Now in their sixth year these are the only business awards for the West London sub-region. They celebrate business excellence, and showcase the innovation and entrepreneurial vibrancy of West London’s remarkable business community.

 

Andrew Dakers, CEO of West London Business said:

“We have again received a fantastic number of high quality entries this year, despite tough entry criteria. Our shortlist, which this year includes Corporate categories for  the first time, provides a window on the excellence that continues to drive West London’s economy forward, as well as the exciting innovations coming through. The awards night at Twickenham will provide a fitting platform, and plenty of inspiration too, as we recognise the success of all these businesses.”

“The Gala dinner will also see us announce our first West London Business Leader of the Year, a Lifetime Achievement Award winner and a new line-up of West London Business Ambassadors.  We look forward to a great night.”

 

Ram Krishnna Rao, CEO of MarketOrders said:

‘’We are thrilled to reach the Finalist stage in this prestigious accolade which further demonstrates that West London can produce award winning start-ups and has a thriving ecosystem for tech based companies. A huge thanks to my team who work with passion and dedication to drive innovation and build MarketOrders into the success it is today.’’

 

 

THE SHORTLIST…

Start-up of the Year:

  • Chariot
  • MarketOrders
  • TempaGoGo
  • The Zero Carbon Project

 
SME Sector Leadership

 
Business Services Company of the Year:

  • First Business Water
  • Locata Housing Services
  • TempaGoGo

 

Creative/Media Business of the Year:

  • Big Group
  • By This River
  • DAZN
  • Insightful Images
  • Stephen Johnson Photography
  • Timeline Television
  • TV Ltd

 

Education and Training Provider of the Year:

  • Rough House Media
  • Shout Out UK Ltd
  • Space Studio West London
  • The JGA Group

 

Finance Business of the Year:

  • Beond Group
  • Lawrence Grant Chartered Accountants
  • Smart Currency Business

 

Food and Drink Business of the Year:

  • Chilli Tuk Tuk
  • Curious Roo Coffee Roasters
  • Ma Baker

 

Health and Wellbeing Business of the Year:

  • Age UK
  • Harrow Mencap
  • The West London Children’s Wellness Centre

 

Hospitality Business of the Year:

  • Artisan
  • Clayton Hotel Chiswick
  • Copthorne Tara Hotel

 

Logistics Business of the Year:

  • Alexanders Removals & Storage
  • Sprint Logistics

 

Manufacturing / Reprocessing Business of the Year:

  • Alter London Limited
  • Everglade Windows
  • Proper Oils

 

Property and Construction Business of the Year:

  • KSBC
  • Wilkinson Construction Consultants

 

Retail / Wholesale Business of the Year:

  • Made of Carpet
  • Petit Miracles
  • World of Tattoos

 

Technology Business of the Year:

  • CustoMem
  • eBusiness Guru
  • Medidata

 
Sustainable and Responsible Business
 

Community Investment Award:

  • A Slice of Nice Cake Co
  • Action West London
  • Ealing Mencap
  • Petit Miracles

 

Green ‘Circular Economy’ Business of the Year:

  • Buckingham Futures
  • CustoMem
  • Green Tomato Cars
  • In Your Face Advertising
  • Lofbergs
  • Proper Oils

 

Economic Growth

 

Coworking Space of the Year:

  • Central Research Laboratory
  • Central Working White City
  • Imperial White City Incubator
  • Open Cell
  • Wimbletech CIC

 

Export / International Business of the Year:

  • DAZN
  • Medidata

 

High Growth SME of the Year:

  • Alexanders Removals & Storage
  • Everglade Windows
  • Pots & Co
  • Timeline Television

 

Read the full article here: https://www.westlondon.com/west-london-business-awards-2019-shortlist-announced/

 

Written by MarketOrders

 

Revolutionising the jewellery retail industry with blockchain and AI

 

So much of the world has been revolutionized by technology yet the retail jewellery industry is still lagging behind.

 

The gold and diamond jewellery industry is still relatively untouched by the benefits of technology and this traditional industry which is run on trust has still not fully embraced the benefits that technology can bring to this sector.

 

It’s no longer enough to just have an online digital presence. The tech world is moving ahead fast with the rise of the blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI and machine learning (ML) that are all playing a critical role for the SME markets in general. these technologies are now being harnessed to authenticate products, speed up transactions and understand their customer profiles better in order to serve them in more new and innovative ways.

 

How SMEs can harness the power of new tech

MarketOrders is on a mission to harness the power of blockchain and AI in small retailers to bring in a new level of innovation.

 

At MarketOrders, we are excited about how innovation can be introduced into the retail industry via the application of the Blockchain and AI.

 

Since the gold and diamond jewellery industry is very new to technology and innovation, there is a huge unmet need in this market which will give rise to new opportunities and possibilities. This, in turn, will unlock a huge amount of potential.  Blockchain and AI will give superpowers to small retailers who are better able to compete.

 

Small retailers especially those who only have brick and mortar shops are bogged down with complex and chaotic systems as most of the processes are conducted offline.

 

Just imagine the efficiencies that could be created when the SMEs embrace digital processes and look to the blockchain and AI to help them better reach their customers and serve them in new ways.

 

Small retailers not only have the potential to transform their businesses but can change or adapt the way they interact with customers.

 

The Rise of Smart Retailing

In this digital experiential economy, the customers first point of interaction is now online and mobile through their smartphones. It is vital SMEs can embrace mobile technology and ensure they are able to reach their customers in the way they engage with technology. We call this the rise of Smart Retailing

 

Today there are more phones than people in the world. MarketOrders will democratize access to smart retailing in the way that Google democratized access to information.

 

Having MarketOrders as a technology partner, retailers do not need to build technology but just plug into our ready-made platform.

 

The Gold Jewelry and Diamond industry are ripe for disruption

The coming revolution in the space of Blockchain and AI into smart retailing can only come from digital upstarts such as MarketOrders rather than any retail unit or existing retailers collectively because today’s industry disruptors tend not to be incumbents.

 

In years to come, Blockchain, AI and Automation in business practice will be viewed like how people viewed the internet; an essential part of the business like smartphones are today.

 

Stay up to date with the latest news by signing up to our newsletter here: https://marketorders.net/

 

Written by CEO & Founder, Ram Krishnna Rao

 

Seizing the Blockchain Opportunity with MarketOrders

 

On 13th Nov 2018, our COO and co-founder, Sukhi Jutla spoke at the ‘Seizing the Blockchain Opportunity’ event held by London & Partners.

 

The sold-out event bought together professionals working in the blockchain space and those wanting to learn more about the real-life use cases of blockchain and where the opportunities are.

 

We are on the cusp of a blockchain revolution. The last year alone has seen major corporates gain interest in the distributed ledger technology, and an increasing number of companies are starting and scaling rapidly in the space.

 

The event saw three panel discussions, outlined below, and welcomed speakers from early-stage start-ups all the way to major corporations in the blockchain industry, to discuss the reality of the space, its major challenges and the greatest opportunities for applying this emerging technology.

 

 From L-R: Simone Maini, Abel Tedros, Anna Mostyn Williams, Sukhi Jutla

Here is a summary of the event with key takeaways

 

Panel 1: Opportunities and Dreaming Big: this panel discussed the major opportunities that are now possible thanks to blockchain technology, from creating a truly global marketplace to financial inclusion for the unbanked, digital identity solutions, supply chain transparency and more.

 

Key takeaways:

  • There are powerful use cases for blockchain that can be used for identification purposes to prevent fraud
  • As use cases on the blockchain increase, there could be issues with scaling
  • Users don’t need to understand the mechanics and technical aspects of the blockchain. Need to get them past that. Just how we use the internet and email without thinking about the technical work that happens underneath, we also need to start embracing blockchain and its benefits
  • We all use the internet and email but not all of us necessarily understand how it works!

 

Panel 2: What Keeps Me Awake At Night: this panel explored the main challenges that blockchain faces today, focusing on blocks such as limited transaction speeds, the energy usage of mining, the lack of regulation in the crypto space, amongst others

 

Key takeaways:

  • Can we truly get to a decentralised model or will we see the rise of centralised entities again in order to scale?
  • We need some level of regulation in order for investors to feel comfortable and confident in investing in ICOs
  • Educating the market and its end users in the possibilities of blockchain are important.
  • Giselle Frederick of Zingr explained how market vendors in Grenada, a small Caribbean island, were hesitant of the idea of using a blockchain enabled payment app until she explained they could use this technology to sell even more products to customers on the other side of the tiny island and be guaranteed payment!
  • Rodney Prescott of PWC talked about scaling, adopting blockchain with regards to the consensus mechanism and the rise of consortium structures.

 

Panel 3: How To Start A Career In Blockchain: attendees heard the personal stories of professionals who entered the space, who shared what led them to blockchain and how it is to work in the industry.

 

Key takeaways:

    • Have a growth mindset and actively learn about blockchain
      attend meetups, reach out to your blockchain role models and learn from them
    • If you can’t join a blockchain start up then create something yourself!
    • Follow key people on social channels and learn from them like Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Vitalik Buterin and Joseph Lubin,

 

  • Other useful resources shared:

 

http://www.weekinethereum.com/

http://unchainedpodcast.co/

https://www.coindesk.com/

https://twitter.com/aantonop

https://about.me/vitalik_buterin

 

Written by MarketOrders

 

MarketOrders shortlisted for TechWomen100 Awards

 
 
PRESS RELEASE

 
Since August 2018, WeAreTechWomen has been searching the UK for the best female tech talent in the country. With the support of headline sponsor Worldpay, WeAreTechWomen has now identified a shortlist of 200.

 
MarketOrders is thrilled to announce their co-founder and COO, Sukhi Jutla, has made the shortlist.

 
The public vote of support is now open for the 200 individual shortlist nominees. You can vote for Sukhi here: https://bit.ly/2SPeO5o

 
The TechWomen100 awards are the first of their kind to focus solely on the female tech talent pipeline and to also recognise the impact of champions, companies and networks that are leading the way for future generations of tech talent.

 
The shortlist showcases remarkable women within technology sector covering a wide range of roles such as Machine Learning Engineer, Radio Modelling Engineer, Quantitative Analyst, Brexit Programme Manager, Radio Prototyper, and Cyber Security Consultant.

 
The full shortlist includes individuals from leading firms such as Amazon, Apple, EY, Fujitsu, IBM, Kurt Geiger, Lloyds Banking Group, Mastercard, Microsoft, O2 and PwC, alongside founders and entrepreneurs of tech start-ups.

 
Over the nomination period, WeAreTechWomen received over 500 nominations from across the UK and Northern Ireland. The calibre of entries for these awards was exceptional and all of the judges stated how difficult it was to arrive at the shortlist due to the amazing achievements of our nominees.

 
Vanessa Vallely, Founder of WeAreTechWomen said, “At WeAreTechWomen we have made it our personal mission to shine a spotlight on women working in tech. Our strategic aim is to highlight 500 female future leaders in technology by 2022. The response to this year’s awards has been fantastic and calibre of entries has been outstanding! I am so proud to see so many women in tech recognised for their achievements and really look forward to seeing who our final winners will be in December.

 
The TechWomen100 Awards is supported by Worldpay, Accenture, BAE Systems, Credit Suisse, Dell, Deloitte, NewsUK and Sky.

 

Written by MarketOrders

 

PRESS RELEASE

 
 
 

MarketOrders is thrilled to announce they are part of the #WeAreOneTech campaign to inspire more women and individuals from underrepresented communities to consider starting an ambitious startup.

  

MarketOrders COO and co-founder, Sukhi Jutla, is one of 4 startup founder stories to be profiled for the launch of this nationwide campaign.

 

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/dSalfHUTU-I

 

Read Sukhi’s full story here: https://medium.com/onetech-founder-stories/meet-sukhi-jutla-39a70f98ebeb

 

About OneTech

OneTech is a ground-breaking new initiative, supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, to provide female entrepreneurs, and those from some of London’s most underrepresented communities, with the opportunity to start and scale a high growth tech business.

 

The lack of diversity costs the tech industry dearly in untapped potential, talent and growth. Capital Enterprise has long recognised that this needs to change.

 

This project will connect founders with mentors and access a range of workspace, pre-acceleration, acceleration and investment readiness opportunities.

 

We are aiming to get businesses to better understand why diversity and inclusion makes sense; what needs to be done to help diversify their recruitment and selection processes; and double the number of female and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) founders accessing investment by 2020.

 

We hope to inspire more women and individuals from underrepresented communities to consider starting an ambitious startup, and affect real change with supply, demand and culture change in London’s booming tech ecosystem.

 
 
 

Find out more: https://weareonetech.org/

 

Read The Evening Standard Coverage: https://www.standard.co.uk/tech/capital-enterprise-onetech-mission-diversity-tech-a3975191.html

 

#WeAreOneTech

 

Written by MarketOrders
 

Press Release

 

 

We are excited to announce that our co-founder and COO, Sukhi Jutla,  has been shortlisted for the prestigious Variety Catherine Awards in the Entrepreneurial Spirit Award!

 

This award recognises women who have ‘done it their way’ by founding and running their own company and have worked to achieve significant results in their chosen field.

 

We are super proud of Sukhi who continues to lead the way as an inspirational role model to many female founders and entrepreneurs and we wish her the best of luck!

 

 
The judging panel will be made up of the following amazing women:
 

  • Paula Radcliffe MBE
  • Lucy Choi – Owner, Lucy Choi London
  • Dr Maggie Semple – Owner, Maggie Semple Limited
  • Suzan Antonowicz – Head of International, Beauty, Fashion and Luxury – ESI Media – The Independent and Evening Standard
  • Kanya King MBE – Founder, MOBO Awards
  • Christina Blacklaws – President, Law Society of England and Wales
  • Lisa Francis – CEO, Barclays Private Bank, UK and Ireland
  • Lesley Batchelor OBE – Director General, Institute of Export and International Trade

 

The winner will be announced on Nov 13th at an awards ceremony. You can get your tickets here:

 

https://www.variety.org.uk/events/variety-catherine-awards-2018

 


Good luck Sukhi!

 

Written by MarketOrders

LONDON’S TECH SECTOR PLAYS DOWN BREXIT FEARS

 

 

On Oct 11 2018, MarketOrders attended a roundtable hosted by Business Cloud to discuss the impact of Brexit on the UK tech scene.

 

The event hosted in the capital heard from the heads of fast-growing technology businesses, who remain defiantly optimistic in the face of Brexit uncertainty but admit that recruitment will be a challenge.

 

Our COO, Sukhi Jutla, commented she was optimistic because entrepreneurs are pragmatic and have a ‘can-do’ attitude, they will adapt and survive. This sentiment was echoed by the other entrepreneurs in the room.

 

Read the article below which captures the key points raised and discussed:

 

London’s start-ups will find it more difficult to find and retain technology talent after Brexit – but tech leaders remain upbeat in the face of uncertainty.

 

That was the general view from BusinessCloud’s latest roundtable discussion in the capital, which was held at KPMG’s offices in Canary Wharf and heard from a panel of experts and tech companies.

 

Ben Corrigan is co-founder and chief revenue officer at shopping tool Pouch, which has a team of 11, with the majority being non-UK nationals.

 

The entrepreneur insists that he remains optimistic providing that access to talent isn’t limited following the UK’s exit from the European Union.

 

“If very talented tech people decide not to come to London because they fear that it’s too difficult then we’ll all be fighting over the same talent,” he said.

“We have to make sure we communicate as a city and a country that we are open and tolerant and that we want the best and the brightest and that has to be then followed through with a political solution.”

 

Felicia Meyerowitz, CEO of Akoni Hub, admits there will be “a big bump” but is confident that the UK’s economy is “strong”.

 

She says most of the clients she meets aren’t concerned and all have plans in place.

 

“It’s been fascinating for me watching the play-out of the media and then going out to speaking to clients and asking them questions,” she said.

 

“Of course they have actual work to do but there’s no reflection on what I’m seeing in the media.”

 

You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.businesscloud.co.uk/news/londons-tech-sector-plays-down-brexit-fears?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=&utm_source=UKFastMailer1172&uuid=

 

Written by CEO & Founder, Ram Krishnna Rao

 

MarketOrders at the eCommerce Expo Summit

 


 

On the 26th Sept 2018, MarketOrders COO, Sukhi Jutla, spoke on a panel on how and why retailers need to embrace blockchain.

 

Sukhi was joined by:

 

  • Denis Baranov, Principal Consultant – DataArt
  • Tony Long – Global eCommerce & Digital Marketing Lead, Kimberly-Clark
  • Terry Igharoro, Founder & CEO – InventoryClub

 

 

 

Panel: Bracing to Reap the Benefits of Blockchain

 

The impact that blockchain will have on retailers is huge! Companies that are educated in how to implement this effectively and efficiently will find themselves at a significant advantage over those still scrambling to figure it out. In this session hear how blockchain will impact data security, supply chain and payments!

 

Check out some of the video clips to catch up on the event

 

 

 

 

Written by CEO & Founder, Ram Krishnna Rao

 

Why We Need More Women in Blockchain

 

photo credit: https://pixabay.com/en/woman-working-business-woman-laptop-690036/

 

We at MarketOrders are very excited about the opportunities blockchain creates for e-commerce and gold retailers. We believe the future is blockchain and now is the best time to start learning about it and understanding the new possibilities it opens up.

 

In this post, our co-founder and COO, Sukhi Jutla, who has deep expertise and experience of blockchain technology writes about the incredible achievements women are achieving in the blockchain space and why we need to continue supporting them. 

 

She also shares tips on how to get involved in the blockchain space for beginners and why she believes we should encourage and support more women in this exciting new field.

 

You can read her guest post on Blockchain Asset Review here: 

 

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are the latest innovation in technology. There is a clear excitement about the opportunities blockchain presents and it is nearing a pivotal moment in history. And while this brand-new field is still heavily dominated by men, women are quickly closing in and making big names for themselves.

In fact, the blockchain space is the ideal place for women who want to make a big impact and shape the future of what we call as the advent of ‘the internet of value.’

Since the premise of blockchain is about democratising and giving all participants an equal and transparent playing field, this lends itself as the perfect place for women to make a real and lasting impact on this infant industry.

Blockchain no doubt is here to stay, and even traditional industries reluctant to change such as banking and insurance, are waking up to the fact that they need to pay attention to the changes blockchain can bring about.

While almost every tech sector is heavily dominated by men, women now have an opportunity to enter this dynamic industry and actively contribute to and shape the future of this technology.

 

 

Shaping the Next Era of Change

 

It’s important that women are a part of this movement so they too can shape the next era of change.

The lack of women in blockchain has nothing to do with lack of skill but lack of awareness about the technology and lack of a clear path into the emerging industries related to blockchain. It is important to encourage women to become active in the cryptocurrency space and lead by example.

The blockchain is not just the preserve of the finance industry which is heavily dominated by men. Blockchain can disrupt every industry known to humankind, including those traditionally dominated by women such as education, healthcare, social and other non-government sectors, which is all the more reason for them to get involved.

 

With the potential use cases of blockchain-based products being particularly vast, so are opportunities for women. Many professionals in the industry hold various roles. Although a technical skill-sets are most in demand, women in blockchain can take up various other roles – such as academic, commercial, regulatory, and public relations.

 

The great news is that there is an increasing number of women entering the blockchain space. Already, women are making big waves in blockchain, and leading by example. We must shine a light on their achievements because it can only help to bring more women into this field and show support and encouragement to those already breaking boundaries. Here are some of the notable women in blockchain:

• Toni Lane Casserly, CEO of CoinTelegraph: Toni is co-founder of one the biggest online publications for cryptocurrency

• Galia Benartzi, co-founder and business development of Bancor. Galia is a co-founder for Bancor, a digital token platform, which is one of the most successful initial coin offerings so far.

• Fereshteh Forough, founder and CEO at Code to Inspire: Born as an Afghan refugee in Iran, Fereshteh went on to found Code to Inspire, an after-school program that teaches girls in Afghanistan how to code and aims to decrease the gender gap in computer science fields in Afghanistan.

 

 

photo credit: https://pixabay.com/en/adult-woman-people-technology-3373639/

 

How can we get more women involved in blockchain?

As a female tech-founder working in the blockchain space, I’m often asked how I came into the blockchain space and the answer is simple: I followed my curiosity.

I spent over a decade working in finance and banking where I worked closely with the technology teams. During conversations, I would sometimes hear the word blockchain bandied around which piqued my interest. Fuelled by my curiosity I started to look into this field but only actively jumped in a year ago when I decided I wanted to become a vocal part of this rising industry.

I realized that the absence of female mentors can create a barrier to entry but this should be seen as an opportunity for future female leaders. Many women are unfamiliar with blockchain technology and obtaining technical knowledge about the technology can serve as a challenge, especially when the information is varied and scattered across the internet.

And the only way you can participate and make a difference is to get involved. Here are my tips for getting more involved in blockchain, if you are a beginner.

 

1. Join local meet-ups for blockchain

Being based in London, I am part of multiple ‘Women in Blockchain’ groups where we meet on a monthly basis and share our learning on the latest topics and trends in the blockchain space. Sometimes we invite mentors and speakers to share their experiences to learn from.

2. Attend conferences

There are hundreds of conferences happening globally on blockchain. Spend the day immersing yourself in learning about blockchain, talking to the exhibitors and other attendees. See where your curiosity is piqued and where you would like to learn more.

3. Join a start-up in the blockchain space

If you’re looking for a new opportunity, join a start-up in the blockchain space. This is the best way to get hands-on learning about this technology. You don’t have to be a tech expert but you can still help to build and shape products when you understand the basics of how blockchain works.

4. Attend courses and seminars on blockchain

Similar to attending meet-ups attending workshops on this topic will help to give you deeper insights into how this industry works and to network with other members of the industry.

5. Reach out to mentors and role models

I believe we can all learn from each other so don’t hesitate to reach out to other women working in blockchain and ask for their help. It’s important that women support other women onto the blockchain ladder especially when just starting out. If you are already a working in this space, think about mentoring other women or speak at events to raise the profile of women working in blockchain.

We can collectively help to create an atmosphere and environment which encourages more women to consider careers and opportunities in blockchain in the following ways:

  • Diversity and inclusion: Reaching out and providing opportunities for those who lack it
  • Disruption through education: Bringing blockchain education to different communities
  • Networking opportunities: Bridging information gaps to people with all educational and professional backgrounds

This is an industry where anyone with a great idea can disrupt. The possibilities for women are endless and I’m looking forward to seeing the amazing things women do to supercharge this emerging industry.

 

About the author:

Sukhi Jutla is an IBM Blockchain Foundation Developer and in April 2018 made global headlines when she became the World’s First #1 Bestselling ‘Blockchain’ Author. 

Why Retailers should be embracing blockchain

 

 
There have been many stories in the press lately about how the high street is dead. But is this really true? Will the high street die…or is it just time for them to embrace blockchain?

 
We at MarketOrders are always keen to bring fresh ideas and new approaches to our customers, the retailers. We help them to keep up to date with the latest technology and help them to embrace the digital world.

We know from our vast experience that the use of technology in brick-and-mortar shops is vital to help drive deeper customer engagement and emotional connections with local retailers and customers. This, in turn, will elevate the customer experience and create an incentive for shopping offline and driving purchase intent.

 
At MarketOrders, we believe the future of retail sits at the intersection of e-commerce and brick and mortar. We call this the converging platform and this is what MarketOrders is doing.

 
The reason why the giants of e-commerce such as  Alibaba, Amazon and eBay are flourishing today is that they embraced technology and its potential from the very beginning.

 
This is critical. Tech cannot be an afterthought or a side dish. Retailers must embrace technology and have a digital strategy present from the very starts.

 
The rise of cryptocurrency

 
As blockchain tech turns 10 years old, it’s becoming a household word among the millennial generation. While the cryptocurrency market is establishing itself in the world of speculative trading, it has not yet been widely accepted as a viable transaction method for goods and services.

 
Undoubtedly, one of the most common questions people ask is, “How can I use my cryptocurrency aside from trading on an exchange?” Marketorders will bring a practical solution for customers to utilize cryptocurrency to buy, sell and reward in exchange for products and services, within the ecosystem of the platform.

 
Cryptocurrency is inspiring entrepreneurs to create startups, millennial generations to have ownership and association with their own currency of choices that they are craving and desire to make better choices in pursuit of their life quest.

 
Marketorders converging platform and its MOT Token [cryptocurrency] can be the lifeline the offline retailers need to transform. MOT will create the ability to transact with an opportunity to experience a smart retail phenomenon in the future of a cashless society. And we are still only at the very beginning in terms of seeing what blockchain technology can accomplish.

 

 

MOTokens [cryptocurrency] envisions and working towards a future where ultimately MOT, the native currency, will be the cryptocurrency of choice for millennials to spend, earn and transact in the digital world.

 
Our fresh and new strategic platform and approach will pave the way for offline retailers to engage with millennial generations in an experiential economy.

 
This will give millennials a direct say to how their community spends and supports the local retail scene.

 
To align the transformation of brick and mortar of the future and millennial thinkers in entering a new market free of centralization and rich with intelligence and innovation. The cryptocurrency may be just what is needed to enter the smart retail space.

 

Written by CEO & Founder, Ram Krishnna Rao