Bitshares Labs partners with Globe for blockchain, web development
The story of Bitshares Labs Inc., or simply Blinc, is set against a backdrop of pine trees in the city of Baguio. At the heart of one of the country’s favorite summer destinations, a group of freelancers led by Jan Emmet Yngson, now president and CEO of Blinc, saw the opportunity to build a business that businesses can turn to. to establish your online presence.
Blinc offers web design and development, application development, branding and online consulting to help companies improve their fingerprint. Aside from that, they also started offering blockchain-focused solutions for banking and currency exchange. Simply put, blockchain describes transactions made with cryptocurrency. It’s like your bank book in traditional banking, except it’s all digital and it’s shared between computer systems within the blockchain.
To further strengthen its control over a growing opportunity, the company decided to join the Globe Partner Network (GPN), a Globe Business partnership program for technology companies that aims to accelerate business growth and create better business communities. Through GPN, companies can become accredited business partners or Globe Business reference partners, where they can enjoy commissions for every successful sale or referral. In addition, they also have access to various Globe Business media and business networks.
“Not many developers create apps under the Bitshares blockchain,” says Henry Banayat, CEO of Blinc, when asked why they chose this platform specifically. “We wanted to support the ecosystem because it has all the fundamental things that every blockchain needs.”
One of Blinc’s key projects was an online platform that provided online vendors and customers with a way to connect, communicate, and identify certain package delivery points in the city of Baguio. But since then, the company has focused on online web development projects, helping individuals and groups make their journey of digital transformation.
“We also promote win-win programs that would encourage additional income for at least one family. [be able to] put the food on the table “.
The global pandemic and the sudden shift of the world to online or remote work gave Blinc a good balance in what could have been a much more bleak situation. “During the pandemic, [we really thought we would go under]until everyone started registering to be online. “