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Dutch Startup That Offers Affordable Rent For Blockchain-Oriented Businesses Is Now Coming to London

  • Dutch startup Primalbase is now coming to London after already opening its offices in Amsterdam and Berlin. The company is definitely tapping into the right market

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Primalbase, a Dutch startup that gives companies an ability to rent shared office space through its token sale, is now coming to London after already opening its offices in Amsterdam and Berlin, Forbes reports. The company is definitely tapping into the right market since London has a reputation as one of the most expensive cities to rent an office. Many fledgling fintech startups that focus on Blockchain and other innovative technologies (AI, cybersecurity) are dumbfounded by London’s rent prices, which prevents them from operating in this burgeoning fintech hub.

Back in June 2017, Primalbase held an ICO, selling each Primal Base Token (PBT) for three Bitcoins. One PBT token gives its holder lifetime membership in one of their communal working spaces.

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