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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  • 2018-07-19 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.

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  • 2018-07-13 09:03:40

As one of the world’s most robust and advanced markets for blockchain and cryptocurrency, many around the world have been observing South Korea with a keen eye. At the start of the year, the Korean won was the second most used fiat currency to trade cryptocurrencies, only behind the US dollar. Recent regulations have curbed its growth, giving rise to fears that authorities in the country may completely oppose blockchain and cryptocurrencies. However, these concerns seem to be unfounded. It is thought that the National Statistical Office, the Ministry of Information and Communication and the Ministry of Science and Technology have been working on a final draft of a blockchain industry classification. The main topic of concern is security of local cryptocurrency exchanges, with a number of high-profile cases and security breaches occurring this year. The bills will be submitted during an extraordinary session of the National Assembly according to The Korea Times. The scheme will be the benchmark by which policies will be drafted and passed, aimed at promoting blockchain technology and regulatory frameworks. However, it remains to be seen if any of the bills will be accepted and passed off as law during the session. For the emerging industry of blockchain and cryptocurrency, it is a positive step forward – this is the first time that the South Korean government has recognized its legitimacy, with some 43 government ministries and 17 municipalities consulted on the project. [caption id="attachment_1579" align="aligncenter" width="750"] South Korea's cryptocurrency market is one of the world's most mature. Image from bitcointabloid.com[/caption] These discussions coincide with a deadline set previously by G20 nations which aims to draft up a universal regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies in all member nations. However, the Financial Services Commission plans to continue monitoring bank accounts linked to cryptocurrency trading, both on local and foreign exchanges. This is to keep track of potential money laundering or other suspicious activities, although how it intends to monitor the trail of privacy coins, such as Monero, Zcash, PIVX and more, remains to be seen. Recently, a blanket ban of ICOs in the country was lifted, while bitcoin was also legalized as a method of remittance. Although cryptocurrency is not yet recognized as legal tender, the positive steps indicate that the government is preparing itself to embrace this new technology as the fourth industrial revolution gathers pace. Seoul’s latest move has essentially seen cryptocurrency exchanges recognized as legal corporations, falling under the category of “crypto asset exchange and brokerage”. Not only does this give the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry in the country a much needed boost, it means exchanges are now considered financial institutions that are regulated by the government. [caption id="attachment_1580" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Local traders obtain cryptocurrency using popular exchanges such as Bithumb. Image from qz.com[/caption] The potential effects of this are two-pronged. Firstly, regulation offers legitimacy to cryptocurrency exchanges, meaning that they will be under the purview of the government. For the common man that wants to start investing or trading, this lends them assurance that their money is being watched over and accounted for. For the exchanges, the legitimacy allows them to continue operations smoothly and also brings in more money from investors that may have been concerned about taking the plunge. Realistically, a ban of cryptocurrency exchanges would have been unlikely to affect local traders too much. With many avenues for trading digital assets underground and abroad, the most likely scenario would see an outflow of won from the country. Traders would be likely to obtain bitcoin or ethereum from local underground exchanges, before trading those assets on foreign exchanges. Whether any of the potential profits would find its way back to South Korea is debatable, so it makes more sense that the government are looking to recognize and regulate the industry instead. With South Korea being one of the world’s most mature cryptocurrency markets, it is little wonder that the rest of the world is keeping a close eye on developments. Any ruling or legislative framework could be used as a benchmark or case study for other world markets to follow or improve on, making the outcome of the National Assembly one of great interest. Whatever the outcome, it seems inevitable that the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries have a bright future in South Korea, especially with the government ready to recognize and regulate them. Cover image from cryptalnews.com

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  • 2018-07-09 04:38:13

According to coin.dance there are currently no restrictions on bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies in 105 countries around the world. Cryptocurrencies have also made their presence felt in Africa, with authorities in several countries already taking steps to regulate or outlaw digital assets. Here is a quick look at the status of digital currencies in key African markets. Botswana There is an active cryptocurrency community in Botswana, with most trading taking place on informal WhatsApp and Facebook groups. Currently, there is no cryptocurrency exchange in the country and there appears to be no intention to monitor the industry by the Bank of Botswana. Several blockchain related startups have sprouted up in a bid to solve various problems and also to raise awareness of digital assets in the country. Egypt Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Egypt are currently not recognized as legal tender and cannot be traded, but there is some confusion over its legality as a whole. According to the Grand Mufti of Egypt, cryptocurrency trading is not allowed under Islamic religious law due to the risk it poses. These comments were part of a fatwa, which is not legally binding, but often represents a high level legal opinion in the country, resulting in the confusion surrounding digital assets. Ghana The country’s central bank does not recognise bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as legal tender, citing a lack of legal infrastructure to regulate and such activities and transactions. However, it has suggested that it may be interested in blockchain technology to upgrade its payment and settlement systems. Kenya The Central Bank of Kenya has stated that cryptocurrencies are not recognized as legal tender in the country, and are not regulated as well. However, it has not outlawed the trading of digital assets and people are free to buy and sell on crypto exchanges at their own risk. The first crypto ATM in Kenya has also recently been set up in Nairobi, accepting US dollars and Kenyan shillings in exchange for bitcoin and litecoin. Morocco Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are banned and not recognized as legal tender in Morocco. Bank Al-Maghrib, the country’s central bank, has also warned the general public not to perform transactions with digital assets, citing penalties and punishments set out by existing laws. All foreign payments must go through sanctioned intermediaries and be approved by the central bank. Nigeria Like many other countries around the world, the legal status of cryptocurrencies in Nigeria is currently ambiguous. The Central Bank of Nigeria has cautioned investors to be wary of cryptocurrency as it is under their regulation, but has not issued any statements that outlaw its usage. There is a healthy awareness of cryptocurrency and an active community in the country, with leading bitcoin exchange NairaEx processing over 1 billion naira worth of transactions each month as of November 2017. South Africa Although the government of South Africa does not recognise cryptocurrency as legal tender, there have been encouraging signs that it is ready to embrace blockchain technology. South Africans also have easy access to bitcoin and ethereum, with leading cryptocurrency exchange Luno offering pairs with the rand. Uganda The legal status of cryptocurrencies in Uganda is currently ambiguous, but the Bank of Uganda has warned that digital assets are not regulated. It recommends that people should “do business transactions with only licensed financial institutions”, but there is currently a thriving cryptocurrency community and awareness is growing fast. Zimbabwe Earlier this year, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) banned the trading of cryptocurrencies through banking services. Its governor reiterated that digital assets like bitcoin and litecoin “do not have legal tender status”, with the industry unregulated in the country. However, the Zimbabwe High Court overturned the ban after local exchange Golix challenged the ruling, with the RBZ failing to show up for the hearing. As of now, cryptocurrencies remain in a legal grey area, much like the rest of the world.

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