DNotes Global, Inc. is proud to announce that the company has been included in Silicon Review’s 2018 list of the “50 Most Trustworthy Companies of the Year.” The recently-published list includes companies representing a wide range of industries.
In its article recognizing DNotes Global’s achievement, Silicon Review acknowledged the company’s commitment to taking a leadership role in the quest to fulfill cryptocurrency’s promise to the world. The DNotes team was lauded for its efforts to create a trusted brand that stands apart from its peers in the crowded cryptocurrency industry largely due to the company’s focus on trust and a well-defined strategy for achieving its broader goals.
Silicon Review highlighted the glaring weaknesses in today’s financial services industry, noting that billions around the world continue to have limited access to fundamental services like bank accounts or lending. That lack of access represents a tangible obstacle to business expansion in those communities and denies far too many people the opportunity to improve their lives and achieve their full human potential.
DNotes Global CEO Alan Yong has emphasized trust as a core principle for his company since the DNotes digital currency was first launched in 2014. Yong’s vision was focused on creating a, trusted, inclusive, and accessible digital currency and supporting ecosystem that could facilitate mass adoption to provide greater financial self-empowerment for everyone around the world.
“The world is changing,” Yong said, “and an increasingly digitalized world needs a truly efficient and trustworthy supplemental currency that empowers and benefits people everywhere. At DNotes Global, we have been relentlessly focused on laying the foundation for that brave new digital era and are even now building the bridges that will connect the current centralized global financial system to the emerging decentralized systems needed for a digital world.”
As Silicon Review acknowledged, a lack of trust continues to be one of the main challenges confronting the cryptocurrency industry: “Trust cannot be purchased or acquired overnight. It can only be earned over a long period of time by consistently delivering on every promise and representation made. It has taken the team almost five years to relentlessly and tirelessly build a solid foundation worthy of the highest trust and an appearance as a “Blockchain Superstar” in a new NLTV documentary series.”
The 2018 Silicon Review list of the 50 most trusted companies of the year includes several blockchain-related companies as well as startups and established firms involved in everything from healthcare to real estate, consulting, traditional technology, construction, and investment.