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Humaniq set to reduce the gap between the two worlds of traditional finance and crypto economy in the UK




London, June 20, 2018 – Humaniq, a dynamic UK-based Hybrid Blockchain company, along with 40 blockchain companies focusing on financial services, is featured in the report Blockchain in UK Industry FinTech Companies Overview conducted by the Big Innovation Centre, DAG Global, and Deep Knowledge Analytics.  

According to the report, Britain has the opportunity and all the required resources to become a strong innovative leader in the field of the crypto economy by 2022, The Guardian says. The UK has an amazing diversity of Blockchain projects, with  FinTech companies accounting for a large proportion of these startups. Named in the report, Humaniq is regarded as a blockchain-for-good infrastructure platform that combines distributed ownership, mobility, visual simplicity and biometric ID to connect the 2 billion unbanked people to the global economy. It is even able to help mitigate the refugee crisis, the report adds.

The Blockchain in UK Industry report analyses the Humaniq case study and lists the key features of Humaniq, its main products and profit generation sources, including the сreation of augmented economy elements for 3rd parties in the ecosystem and participation in the additional profits. Moreover, Alex Fork, Founder of Humaniq, is identified as one of the UK’s Blockchain Influencers.

“The report clearly shows a trend in the UK of a rapid adoption of new technologies and this means that the stage is already set for projects that are anxious to change the world, the whole financial system and the lives of millions of people. The Humaniq team is excited to be in the centre of the action where the history of technological development and the emerging crypto economy is taking place before our very eyes” – said Alex Fork, CEO Humaniq.

In addition, a few days ago Humaniq participated in the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain (APPG Blockchain) at the U.K Parliament and was announced as one of the leading use cases of blockchain-for-social-good for delivering financial services in 16 African countries.

Alex Bausch, a seasoned entrepreneur with broad experience in all aspects of international business development, mentioned: «The importance of Humaniq’s contribution to financial and social infrastructure cannot be overemphasized. The progress the Humaniq team has made so far is astonishing and they are well on their way to achieving their ambitious goals. »


Humaniq is a London-based Fintech firm that provides next-generation financial services using its Blockchain-based mobile application to the unbanked and underprivileged in emerging economies globally. Humaniq is focused on worldwide financial inclusion by providing access to global markets, greater opportunities, and novel financial solutions using repurposed technologies for those gaining exposure to financial services for the first time.

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