The story of Bitshares Labs Inc., or simply Blinc, is set against a backdrop of pine trees in Baguio City. In the heart of one of the country’s favorite summer destinations, a group of freelancers led by Jan Emmet Yngson, now president and CEO of Blinc, saw an opportunity to create a company that businesses can turn to. to establish their online presence.
Blinc offers web design and development, app development, branding and online consulting to help businesses improve their digital footprint. Apart from that, they have also started offering blockchain-centric solutions for banking and currency exchange. In simple terms, blockchain describes transactions made with cryptocurrency. It’s like your passbook in traditional banking, except it’s completely digital and shared between computer systems within the blockchain.
To further strengthen its grip on a growing opportunity, the company has decided to join the Globe Partner Network (GPN), a Globe Business partner program for technology companies that aims to accelerate business growth and create better business communities. ‘business. Through GPN, businesses can become an Accredited Business Partner or Referral Partner of Globe Business, where they can earn commissions on every successful sale or referral. In addition, they also have access to various Globe Business media and business networks.
“There aren’t many developers building apps under the Bitshares blockchain,” says Henry Banayat, Executive Managing Director of Blinc, when asked why they specifically chose this platform. “We wanted to support the ecosystem because it contains all the fundamental things that every blockchain needs.”
One of Blinc’s main projects was an online platform that offered online sellers and customers a way to connect, communicate and identify certain parcel drop-off points in Baguio City. But since then, the company has shifted to online web development projects, helping individuals and groups through their digital transformation journey.
“We are also promoting play-to-win programs that would promote additional income for every family at least [be able to] put food on the table.”
The global pandemic and the world’s sudden shift to online or remote working gave Blinc a silver lining in what could have been a much grimmer situation. “During the pandemic, [we really thought we would go under]until everyone started signing up wanting to be online.”