British cryptographic project Electroneum has said that it made great progress with a freelance marketplace platform, AnyTask.
In a statement on January 10, Electroneum said that the freelance platform, after two successful testing stages, is now ready for launch. The cryptocurrency project added that it has been confirmed that the platform is in good condition, averring that that the platform will be going live for BETA launch before the end of January.
AnyTask is a freelance platform established with the aim of supporting inhabitants of the developing countries. On AnyTask, users earn in crypto for the services they provide. AnyTask is similar and offers the same utility with Fiverr.
However, unlike Fiverr, Anytask gives people the freedom of finance with cryptocurrency, allowing the unbanked populations to earn without any cost.
Electroneum Partners Internationally Renowned NGO to Assist Women and Girls in India
Electroneum’s charity cause has been extended into the Kamalini region of India after the company behind the mobile-minable cryptographic project partnered an India-based internationally renowned NGO, WONDER Foundation.
On January 9, Electroneum disclosed that it’s now working with WONDER Foundation to assist impoverished women and girls in the region.
WONDER Foundation was established to support disadvantaged girls and women who face different challenges like abuse, marginalization, gender-biased obstacles and financial freedom, among others.
The foundation assists vulnerable girls and women to transform the way they think. Together with WONDER Foundation, Electroneum targets assisting 100 women in the region.
The female-oriented foundation said the Electroneum block rewards will also support the foundation in empowering women and their families in Kamalini.
“We have received nearly £15,000 in the last five months,” they added. “The Electroneum block rewards we receive will help support and empower 100 women and their families in Kamalini, India.”
Since establishment in 2015, WONDER Foundation has assisted 3,447 women out of their dire situation.