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Vectorium and Polo Multimodal, the world of blockchain is enriched with exceptional partnerships

12 July 2019 will be long remembered by fans of blockchain and crypto currencies.

During the conference on the blockchain held at the Talent Garden in Turin, a strategic partnership between Vectorium took shape — the crypto evaluates that digitizes electricity with the blockchain and the Polo Multimodal Pecém (the first Smart Chain City in the world).

The collaboration between the two companies appears as a first real extension in the real economy of this technology based on cryptographic transparency.

A first experimental island will be born out of this synergy, concerning energy production from renewable sources completely regulated by Artificial Intelligence and blockchain (these kind of islands are so-called Vectorium Islands), it will be located just inside the Polo Multimodal at Pecém, Ceará, Brazil.

The Polo Multimodal and Vectorium, besides being two innovative projects of real estate and energy tokenization, offer investors the real possibility of being able to invest in the world of blockchain with tangible guarantees on the assets that will be tokenized.

The CEOs of the two teams expressed great satisfaction.

“The Polo Multimodal is a unique project worldwide — declared Sebastiano Di Ruocco CEO and Co-Founder of the Polo Multimodal — as it is not only a Smart City based on the Blockchain, the first concrete case of building a new city from the foundations , but also because it plays the role of a hub for other companies that want to grow their business in Latin America through the blockchain, in this sense the collaboration with Vectorium is geared in this direction“

“With the multimodal ecological island that we are going to develop in Brazil, the Vectorium project completes yet another step forward in the development of the CryptoEnergy — commented Enea Benedetto, CEO of Vectorium with satisfaction — that of Pecèm is part of an international development now started that is being deployed in all five continents with important partners who believe like us in the potential and transparency of the blockchain“.

The Energy Manager of Vectorium, Andrés Palacio Restrepo, expresses his satisfaction as “blockchain proves to be an excellent catalyst for both the digitalization of the electricity sector and a further push towards the achievement of one of the 17 SDG ( Sustainable Development Goals) of the United Nations, SDG 7 ( affordable and clean energy), giving the right visibility and economic boost to the many solutions in the sector“.



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