Get Cred Partners With Horizen To Offer Investors Free Altcoins

Get Cred, a recently-launched platform for crypto micro-investing is partnering with Horizen (originally called ZenCash), a privacy-focused blockchain platform, in an offering of free altcoins to investors who want to double their investment.

Horizen and Getcred

Get Cred, a newly launched platform for micro-investing in cryptocurrency has partnered with Horizen, a privacy-focused blockchain platform originally called ZenCash, as part of an effort to draw new investors to the platform. As such, the collaboration will offer free altcoins for investors.

A Fresh Opportunity For Newly-Minted Companies And Investors

The collaboration between Get Cred and Horizen specifically aims to grant investors a means to double their investments instantaneously. In the offering, the two companies share aspects of newness to them.

Get Gred is new to the cryptocurrency scene with the recent launch of its micro-investing platform, while Horizen recently underwent a re-branding with its name change from ZenCash. Horizen originally operated as a privacy-focused blockchain space providing borderless, decentralized communications and transactions. But its name change also reflected the expansion of its services, which now include an on-chain treasury voting system and side chains with smart contracting capabilities.

Horizen’s native altcoin, the ZEN, will remain under its original moniker.

The collaboration’s offering for investors to earn double the crypto is part of its timeliness with the companies’ newness. It will accentuate what Get Cred’s CEO considers to be a unique quality of the company.

Brendon McQueen, the CEO and Founder of Get Cred is optimistic of the partnership with Horizen and its offer of an immediate double investment.

The CEO said:

“We knew we were creating something people wanted, but the response so far has been more than we anticipated! We’re hoping the opportunity to double an investment immediately will be a fun way for people to engage with Get Cred and Horizen, and then share that experience with friends and family.”

How The Offer Works And More From Horizen

$10 worth of ZENThe partnership has implemented a simple process for investors to swiftly acquire a double investment. An investor must download the Get Cred app, available for IOS and Android, and purchase $10 worth of ZEN. No further action is required of the investor.

Upon completing the purchase, Get Cred will add the initial $10 ZEN amount to the investor’s account, making it a 100% profit.

Get Cred and Horizen both aim to bring cryptocurrency access to the masses and their collaborative coin offering is an exemplary effort of achieving this goal.

Horizen’s brand expansion has brought more technological services to its platform, which the collaboration looks to shed light on. Initially launched as a privacy-focused cryptocurrency, Horizen has transformed into a broader platform, capable of hosting a various privacy-focused applications, secure messaging and publishing.

Robert Viglione, the Horizen Co-Founder and President has expounded on his new brand.

“Horizen is a technology platform that aims to provide everyone with privacy and complete control of their digital footprint,” Viglione said.

The Co-Founder added:

“With its mission to democratize access to cryptocurrency, Get Cred is a company that we are excited to align ourselves with. This coin offering is just one example of how we will continue to find innovative ways to bring cryptocurrency to the masses.”

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