100% FREE GIVEAWAY
Discover how you can get involved in a new global currency payment system. Simply register and you will be given FREE Initiative Q currency, potentially worth over $150,000.
HURRY, BEFORE YOUR INVITATION EXPIRES
What is Initiative Q?
The payment system of the future
The Q payment network will integrate the best technological improvements that have been made in the payment industry over the last few decades to create a flexible, easy-to-use, global and inexpensive payment network.
A classic problem, solved
Initiative Q solves the classic chicken and egg adoption problem: No buyer wants to join a payment network without any sellers, and sellers don't want to offer a payment option unless there are buyers using the payment option.
Initiative Q solves this problem by associating the payment network with a new global currency, and distributing this currency to early adopters, for free.
Who is behind Initiative Q?
Saar Wilf is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor. He co-founded over ten technology startups, including Fraud Sciences, acquired by eBay’s PayPal for US $169 million in 2008, Trivnet, acquired by Gemalto for US $35 million in 2010, ClarityRay, acquired by Yahoo, PointGrab, Deep Optics, Rootclam and Wikiwand.com. His areas of technical speciality include finance, probability, Bayesian inference, signal processing, machine learning, optics, and computer vision.
Find out more about Saar in this article (click here)
Saar Wilf - is the CEO and Founder of Initiative Q
What's the risk?
Zero risk to you
There are no risks. It’s safe and 100% free to join; you just provide your name and email address. The person who has invited you will then be asked to verify you are a real person and not a bot.
Your details are 100% safe and will only ever be used to tell you more about Initiative Q.
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Get back to the person who shared this page with you right now and ask for your special invitation link. Do NOT delay as each member only has a limited number of invitation links and they also expire within a short timeframe.
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