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Crypto is working for Mo

05 Feb 2018

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Docklands creative agency Mo Works is practising the innovation it preaches by now accepting crypto-currency as payment for its services.

Principal Mo Hamdouna (pictured above) said his agency was now heavily involved in marketing initial coin offerings (ICOs) for blockchain-based start-ups.

Late last year, his team helped Melbourne-based CanYa raise $12 million for its global ICO and this success has led to further opportunities in the space.

Mr Hamdouna said not all blockchain-secured businesses were currencies. He said the secure, decentralised technology was creating all sorts of other new business opportunities.

By accepting Bitcoin and Ethereum as payment, he is positioning his company at the leading edge of innovation.

“It’s an emerging technology that is growing in leaps and bounds and it got me thinking: would we be a forward thinking, pro-digital creative agency if we didn’t consider crypto-currency as the tender of the future?” Mr Hamdouna said.

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