Medical Professionals Platform Partners with Bad Crypto Podcast On Token Release

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    A credentialing platform for medical professionals will partner with co-hosts of Bad Crypto Podcast

Intiva Health, a credentialing platform for medical professionals, declared that it would partner with co-hosts of Bad Crypto Podcast for the promotion of their token.

"We're very excited to team up with top thought leaders in blockchain to help us spread the word about our token sale," said John Hartigan, Intiva Health's executive vice president in a company statement.

Intiva's token can be used by medical professionals to purchase malpractice insurance or continuing medical education courses, the company says.

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While the token’s private sale is currently underway; presale starts April 30th and is open to US and international investors. Intiva’s token is also undergoing share offering for U.S. accredited Investors, who receive the token as a shareholder benefit, the company said.

Bad Crypto Podcast, one of the leading podcasts in the Blockchain and cryptocurrency industry and co-hosts Joel Comm and Travis Wright are widely recognized as influential thought leaders in the industry.

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Urvashi Verma is a Chicago-based reporter who writes about the convergence of technology and business. She is interested in fintech, digital currencies, blockchain and currency markets. Urvashi formerly worked with the Times of Israel covering Israel's booming tech industry including Start-Up Nation, venture capital investment, and crowd-funding platforms.

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