Cryptocurrency Entrepreneur and Investor Michael Terpin Joins NGRAVE Advisory Board

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Terpin to Advise NGRAVE on Public Relations and Business Strategy  

CommPRO Editorial Staff

Michael Terpin lawsuitMichael Terpin, a long-time cryptocurrency entrepreneur and investor, has joined digital asset security company NGRAVE as an advisor. Terpin will advise NGRAVE on public relations and business strategy as it introduces the world’s most secure hardware wallet, NGRAVE ZERO. 

NGRAVE ZERO wallets will be available for purchase via Indiegogo on May 26, 2020. NGRAVE’s Indiegogo campaign will support production to meet global demand, as well as worldwide marketing efforts. 

“Security is one of the major roadblocks to mainstream crypto adoption, and NGRAVE is leading the way in ensuring the next wave of users will have access to a top-notch solution for managing their digital assets,” said Michael Terpin, Founder and CEO of Transform Group and an advisor to NGRAVE. “I’m happy to lend my guidance to NGRAVE as they launch the world’s most secure crypto hardware wallet.” 

Michael Terpin is the founder and CEO of Transform Group, whose divisions include a global public relations firm that has served more than 200 clients in the blockchain industry, and CoinAgenda, an event series for cryptocurrency investors. Terpin also co-founded BitAngels, the first angel network for digital currency startups. He is a general partner at Alphabit Fund, a digital currency fund with $400 million in assets under management. Terpin has earned recognition as one of ICO Alert’s Top Blockchain Influencers and Cointelegraph’s Top 100 people. 

“Michael Terpin was an early supporter of the NGRAVE concept, and has already provided us with valuable guidance on our global outreach and strategy,” said Ruben Merre, Co-Founder and CEO of NGRAVE, and BitAngels’ Brussels, Netherlands, and Luxembourg Leader. “We look forward to working with Michael and his teams at Transform Group and BitAngels to introduce NGRAVE to the global crypto community.”  

NGRAVE has received grants from the Flemish Government, the European Commission, and the Web 3 Foundation along with private investments to develop its fully offline hardware wallet. Whereas competing hardware wallets like Ledger and Trezor rely on a USB connection or Bluetooth, NGRAVE removes the need for any connection (USB, WiFi, 4G, Bluetooth, NFC), instead using wall charging and QR codes to remain fully air gapped even while conducting transactions and creating accounts. All of these features are packaged in a design-focused user interface with a 4-inch touchscreen. 

 

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