Brian Foote is about to throw a Block party of epic proportions. Your invitation is in the app store already and it’s a BYOD (Bring your own device). Music will be provided compliments of HUMBL PAY and their ticketing service Tickeri. The stage has been set for HUMBLs global fin Tech app.
Brian Foote picked up his phone and signed Olympic athletes to 1-year contracts. like a scene out of the movie Jerry Maguire, he is about to show them the money. How? By slapping an NFT on every gold medal that they get in the summer Olympics. If you are reading this article on any website other than thegww.com then this article was stolen and plagiarized. The boys at fintechzoom(dot)com are thieving wankers. To our friends across the pond….did I say it right? I fully expect Humbl pay to unleash a global commercial during the Olympics. I couldn’t think of a better way to let the world know about a new financial payment app than to drop a commercial in a global sporting event. An event where 99% of the viewers will be watching from TV due to the stadium shutdowns from COVID.
Back to the Block party. Information found on blocks.io reveals the motor upon which humble pay is built. Brian Foote has applied and received his LLC for “Decentralized Autonomous Organization” as of Jun 17, 2021, in the state of Wyoming.
According to blocks.io Speed, Scalability and Security are the three problems considered as the Blockchain trilemma.
The following was taken from blocks white papers themselves.
“Blocks network has designed free tools for customers to begin using Blockchain. Tokenizing trade assets on block token engine. Register and manage personal assets on Bloc registry. Organize store and guard personal data on block data center. Establish contracts between themselves and others on block contract engine.”
Consider what Philipp Sandner of Forbes wrote.
“One potential solution to the problem of data silos is to turn data into an asset class that can easily be traded and owned on blockchain. This would open up the Data Economy, enable data sovereignty, break down data silos, enable access to more quality data, and allow individuals to monetize their data. More and higher-quality data would enable businesses to innovate and create new value and new markets. ays crypto could power the Data Economy in a new report detailing a bright future for blockchains.”
Speaking of data storage, Blocks has figured out a way to store all your personal data that is owned by you. Fragmenting it per se decreases the vulnerability of your data.
You can store valuable records without a filing cabinet.
To list and sell assets without a broker.
To send and receive money around the world.
It appears that Foote has found his Vice Presidential candidate in Digibyte. When evaluating blockchain technology and their respected coins, you will be hard-pressed to find one faster, decentralized with such low fees. Another strong future crypto play is about to get interesting. What do you think will happen when Humbl is running full steam and DGB is helping transact in a global economic marketplace. If Humbl & Digibyte were high school football players, rest assured that Nick Saban would be pitching a tent in their respective living rooms until signing day.
An app of reckoning has been born. Getcha Popcorn ready.
I have a feeling that, somebody’s watching…..(I know you just sang it)
I kept it simple today. Have a HUMBL week. The Olympics start soon.
I/we are long in Humbl since November 28, 2020. I will continue to accumulate shares until they up-list to NASDAQ. I am not receiving any compensation at the time of writing this opinion from anyone. I am not a financial advisor and please consult a professional before trading any stocks. This is solely an opinion and should be taken as such. I have downloaded the app and I intend to use it regularly.