What is Everus Technologies?

Blockchain initiatives for real-world solutions.

Everus Technologies aims to lead the way, not just for real-world applications, but real-life solutions.

Everus Technologies is a blockchain technology company based in Malaysia that aims to pioneer the widespread adoption of blockchain worldwide. The world is continually shifting and the emergence of this technology opens up new avenues and methods of conducting operations. With a host of products tailored to offer world-changing solutions, we aim to provide a seamless experience and a positive transition for all.

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Why opt for blockchain?

In a world where information is disseminated in seconds, data must be verified and accurate. The decentralized nature of blockchain means that all data is verified in real-time, creating an intrinsic bond of trust.

Replicated across multiple nodes within the blockchain network, data is immutable and permanent, and will never be lost. Blockchain technology will also help to lower costs and reduce manpower.

WHAT WE HAVE

Products

Security, transparency and efficiency are hallmarks of blockchain technology, and Everus products aim to meet and exceed those values. As governments, financial institutions, securities commissions and other policy makers begin to see the benefits of blockchain, Everus seeks to bridge the consumer-regulator gap with solutions that manage and aid compliance.

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EVR

An ERC-20 token powered by the Ethereum blockchain infrastructure.

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EverMO

Online and offline merchant on-boarding platform bridging the gap between merchant and the customer.

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DataNoodle

Predictive analysis and outline user behavior analytics to better understand your target market.

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Yottahash

Cloud mining for all. Buy a rig and start earning cryptocurrency today!

Why Everus Technologies

Services

Efficiency is of paramount importance, with Everus solutions leveraging on blockchain technology to improve existing processes and services. Developing real-world initiatives that utilize blockchain technology and smart contracts, Everus aims to solve problems in areas such as disaster relief, governance, financial education, and many more.

Roadmap

The Timeline

With help from our teams, contributors and investors these are the milestones we are looking forward to achieve.

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30th October 2017

Genesis and EVR launch

Completed

30th November 2017

Everus Mall

Now live

16th April 2018

Utility Services enabled on Blockchain

135 Countries | 550 Telcos | 100+ Utility services companies

Now live

16th April 2018

Utility Services enabled on Blockchain

135 Countries | 550 Telcos | 100+ Utility services companies

Now live

16th April 2018

Everus Mobile Wallet

Facial Recognition & Fingerprint Authentication

Now live

16th April 2018

Everus Mobile Wallet

Facial Recognition & Fingerprint Authentication

Now live

1st June 2018

Blockchain Commerce Ecosystem (Offline Merchant)

30th July 2018

Multi Currency Payment Gateway

30th October 2018

Crypto Debit Card

Subject to any applicable regulatory approval

30th November 2018

Peer-to-peer Microfinancing

30th January 2019

Proprietary Blockchain (BaaS) Platform

30th March 2019

AltCoin Automated Repositories (ALTARs)

Subject to any applicable regulatory approval

Leaders

Meet The Team


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Srinivas Oddati
Founder and CEO
 
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Ravi Kumar
VP - Strategic Partnerships
(USA & Canada)
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Ananga Sundari Ponniah
Head of Operations
 
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Rajesh Jannavarapu
Data Expert:
Digital and Cryptocurrency
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Mohammad Shazri
Big Data - Chief Analytics
 
 

Our Advisors


Dato’ Sri S.K. Devamany
Dato’ Sri S.K. Devamany
Ex Deputy Minister, Prime Minister’s Department, Malaysia
John T. Meyer
John T. Meyer
Founder of PayCaddie and Consultant WorldPay
 
Sanjay Basu
Sanjay Basu
Blockchain Product Manager Oracle
 
Chris Schold
Chris Schold
Senior Manager Channel Sales, Mitek Systems
 
Alex Banjamin
Alex Benjamin
Director at iPayment Inc.
 

MEDIA & RESOURCES

Industry updates, views, and analysis of the latest happenings in the world of blockchain.

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  • 2018-08-13 07:18:58

You might have heard of the terms KYC and AML but what exactly do they stand for? KYC, short for Know Your Customer, is a due diligence practice that is followed by many entities across different industries to obtain relevant information about customers. AML refers to Anti-Money Laundering and is another process to prevent organizations from individuals using their services for money laundering as well as to prevent such companies receiving money from illicit and illegal transactions. These processes help organizations to know and understand the people they are dealing with and to filter out suspicious individuals. Customers are usually required to provide appropriate identification documents such as an identity card/passport, residential address, photo ID, and utility bills. In order to pass the verification, they will be required to take a picture of themselves holding their appropriate identification documents by showing a clear picture of their face to prove its genuineness. Why is it necessary? The main purpose of these steps is to help the organizations identify their customers, as well as to prevent unqualified or unauthorized individuals from using the service, such as minors, undocumented immigrants, and people with criminal records. By conducting these processes, the entities can easily determine if customers are involved in criminal acts. The most important part of the process is to ensure transparency of any transactions. KYC was first introduced in the United States in late 1990s but the regulations quickly tightened up and became stricter after the 9/11 terrorism incident in 2001. During this time, the US Secretary of the Treasury was urged to finalize all regulations about KYC before October 26, 2002, with compliance mandatory for all banks in the country. Elsewhere, KYC was introduced in India by The Reserve Bank of India back in 2002. It then issued a directive to all banks in India to be fully compliant with the guidelines set out before December 31, 2005. Conclusion While this process seems to contradict with the blockchain principle of anonymity, KYC/AML is still important to ensure that all the transactions within the system are genuine and are not part of any illegal activities. The KYC and AML process is common for financial institutions, but some other industries have already begun to implement the policies. South Korea, the United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union have also made KYC/AML rules an integral part of all cryptocurrency regulatory frameworks. By implementing KYC/AML, companies will abide with government regulations which will help them gain trust and support from the regulators. This could potentially lead to more a more positive outlook on cryptocurrency among governments, which could serve as a precursor to eventual legalization and regulation worldwide. Cover image from ftfnews.com

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  • 2018-08-06 01:24:15

In a bid to speed up the time taken to issue bond certificates, the Thai Bond Market Association (TBMA) is turning to blockchain technology. Its registrar service platform will be revamped using a combination of financial technology and blockchain to boost its growth according to a report by the Bangkok Post last week. TBMA president, Tada Phutthitada, said the registrar service platform will submit an application to regulatory sandboxes at both the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Bank of Thailand by the end of the year. Subject to a successful application, this would give TBMA the green light to conduct live experiments on the net platform under the watchful eye of regulators. The liquidity of the bonds market in Thailand has enjoyed rapid growth but the slow issuance of bonds remains a cause for concern. Currently it takes between 7-15 days to issue bond certificates and if the process is not sped up, Phuttitada warned that market growth of corporate bonds could eventually stagnate. “We are trying to accommodate the market to grow without risks that may cause limitations,” said Phutthitada, speaking to the Bangkok Post. Over the last six years, the average trading value of the secondary bond market has grown in leaps and bounds. In 2017, the market topped out at 5.09 billion baht (US$152 million), beating out the 4.33 billion (US$130 million) in 2016 and 800 million (US$24 million) in 2011. In the first phase, the updated registrar service platform will aim to reduce the waiting period to 3-4 days, before eventually working towards bond issuance within two days. The proposed registrar platform will boast features such as a digitized settlement database, bond subscriptions and verification of bond transactions. It will also give all users access to information such as interest rates, payments and other bond-related statistics. The moves being made by the TBMA further indicates Thailand’s willingness to embrace blockchain technology, with the SEC having recently issued new regulations on ICOs, with issuers only able to receive funding in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic, Stellar, and Litecoin. In addition, the Association of Securities Companies (ASCO), a body that represents Thai securities firms, are also looking at the possibility of launching its own cryptocurrency exchange, which would be fully compliant with government regulations. All in all, it looks like blockchain and cryptocurrency have a bright future in Thailand, which could pave the way for more countries in the region to follow in its neighbour’s footsteps. Cover image from btcmanager.com

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  • 2018-07-19 02:02:46

Purchasing cryptocurrencies is an easy procedure, depending on what part of the world you live in, but getting hold of smaller coins or tokens can prove to be a challenge. It can be daunting to learn how it works, especially if you’re a newcomer to the world of cryptocurrency investment. If you’re not sure how you can get hold of some EVR, here’s an easy step-by-step guide to help you find your way. 1. Get some bitcoin This is the first crucial step in your journey. At this moment, EVR cannot be purchased directly using fiat currencies as there are no EVR-fiat pairings available on any exchange. Depending on where you live, there may be an exchange where you can buy bitcoin (BTC) with fiat currency but if there isn’t, you may have to resort to using a peer-to-per (P2P) exchange such as Localbitcoins.com or Remitano. Be sure to only buy an amount you’re comfortable investing in. If you’re unsure how the platform works, buy the smallest amount possible first to familiarize yourself. Once you’re comfortable, buy the exact amount that you want. 2. Transfer bitcoin to an exchange There are currently three exchanges that offer an EVR/BTC pairing – Cryptopia, C-CEX and Kuna. Create an account on the exchange of your choice and deposit bitcoin into the wallet on that account. If you have bitcoin cash (BCH), you can obtain EVR at LocalBitcoinCash.org. As with all cryptocurrency transactions, transfer the smallest amount of bitcoin possible first if you’re unsure about the procedure. Once this amount is reflected in your account, proceed to transfer a little more, and so on until you’re completely comfortable with the process. 3. Place a buy order It may take some time to get used to your new surroundings. If you’re a seasoned crypto trader/investor, you’ll be able to get used to any of the exchanges in no time once you’ve figured out the layout. For newcomers, it’s highly advisable to buy the smallest amount possible first to get used to layout and functionality of the exchange that you’re using. Once you’re comfortable with how things work, set a buy order for the amount of EVR that you would like to purchase at a price that you’re happy with. 4. Trade EVR or keep it securely You can now choose what you want to do with your newly bought EVR. If you want to dabble in trading, it’s best to keep it on the exchange where you’ll have easy access to it. However, if you want to keep it safely in cold storage, you’ll have to get a hardware wallet or set up a secure software wallet. If you want to keep it on hand to easily send and receive EVR to and from others, it’s best to store your EVR in the Everus wallet. It can be accessed via desktop or mobile, and the user friendly interface means that any transactions will be a breeze. You will also be able to track price changes, view charts and trends, save your favourite contacts and enjoy a host of other features. Click here to sign up for your free Everus wallet! Click here to download the Everus mobile app! Disclaimer: This article does not intend to provide, and should not be taken as financial or investment advice. You should conduct your own research thoroughly, and are responsible for any investment decisions you make.

Malaysia
  • Everus Technologies SDN. BHD.
    Level 23A, The Ascent Paradigm, No 1, Jalan SS7/26A, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

India
  • Plot No. 39, 7th Floor, Tower-A
    Ananth Info Park, Hitech City, Phase-II,
    Madhapur Hyderabad TG 500081 India

Singapore
Switzerland
United States
  • Everus Technologies INC.
    5830 Granite Pkwy #100-328,
    Plano, TX 75024, USA