QUOINE Runs Blockchain-based Disruption on Salesforce

Cryptocurrency meets CRM. This is an ongoing story of QUOINE and CRM giant Salesforce as they look to offer universal access to all financial services.

QUOINE is reportedly the largest blockchain-based fintech company and was founded in 2014 by Mike Kayamori and Mario Gomez-Lozada.

The move to use Salesforce allowed the company to focus on innovation, building its cryptocurrency trading platform and launching its own coin QASH.

In 2017, QUOINE moved to Heroku Enterprise and Heroku Shield, part of the Salesforce Platform, to cope with the growing demands of the business and a stringent regulatory environment.

Late last year, QUOINE’s successful initial coin offering (ICO) raised 350 million QASH (USD 105 million) from nearly 5,000 participants in 98 countries around the world.

“Our vision is universal access to financial services for everyone, and Salesforce and Heroku are key to making this a reality,” Mike Kayamori, CEO and co-founder, QUOINE said.

“We are laser-focused on innovation and building next-generation financial services powered by blockchain technology, and we can do that because Salesforce takes care of the infrastructure,” he added.

“QUOINE is disrupting the financial services industry with innovation that’s built on the Salesforce Platform and defining the future of the cryptocurrency space,” Mark Innes, EVP and General Manager, Salesforce Asia Pacific said.