BlockCerts raises $25 million to scale business blockchain solution

BlockCerts, a blockchain-based token platform, today announced the closing of a $25 million investment by The Hillcore Group and Robson Financial Group. The investment will enable the company to further scale its rapid deployment and configurable blockchain platform for businesses.

BlockCerts, which developed an extensive and “Secure Virtual Space” technology, and the BlockCerts blockchain protocol, delivers swift blockchain deployments, and scalable blockchain smart contract transactions on its proprietary patented platform available today.

“Our new funding will immediately deliver live tokenized business uses by forward-thinking enterprises who understand the need for long-term decentralized business model transformation. This is possible through our determined focus on making blockchain highly accessible, effective, usable, scalable and our determination to return control and privacy back to the businesses and customers who make up the cloud community.”

– BlockCerts Founder, Tim Vasko

BlockCerts integrated a full suite of secure solutions providing a complete business blockchain solution. BlockCerts resolves the many security issues and “gaps” which existed with e-signature contracts, file sharing, and popular SaaS tools. Every business step is designed to be connected to eliminate the silos in transactions and flows.

A single BCERT token empowers a dynamic smart agreement platform from KYC authenticated contacts, private instant messaging, instant file sharing, storage of every version, and transaction hashes along the way to drive BlockCerts Consensus across nodes.

“BlockCerts is well-positioned for long-term prosperity due to its sustained focus on scalability. We looked at their approach toward business transformation, through real-world applications, and its profound effect on the function of technology we all use every day in our business transactions and relationships, and saw how needed and important this technology is right now in business.”

– Jean-Marc Bougie, CEO at Hillcore Group