|By Business Wire||
|May 19, 2014 09:13 AM EDT||
Max Borges Agency, a top tech PR firm in North America, announced today that it received BlackCoin digital currency as a part of its client retainer from BlackCoin. With this move, Max Borges Agency becomes the first company in the public relations industry to join the BlackCoin ecosystem.
This news should come as no surprise for those familiar with Max Borges Agency. Since its inception, the agency has been focused on creative technologies, business growth and innovative approaches to best service their clients. With the decision to accept a portion of the retainer in BlackCoin, the company is further demonstrating its ability to stay at the forefront of digital technologies and trends.
"Our goal is to keep Max Borges Agency current and evolving with changing technology,” said Max Borges, CEO. “BlackCoin represents a new model for simple and fast transactions in the Internet era, and is a catalyst to reshape the financial system in ways that provide opportunities for individuals and businesses alike. Just as email fundamentally transformed how we communicate with one another, BlackCoin has the potential to revolutionize how we think of, and exchange, money. We are excited for what the future holds."
BlackCoin is a transparent and accessible digital currency that offers a number of advantages over other coins on the market. BlackCoin’s protocol makes it much more energy efficient compared to other digital currencies and the BlackCoin Foundation is part of a vibrant community that supports the value and mainstream adoption of the currency.
Max Borges Agency VP of Finance Melissa Doval will make herself available to answer questions during a live AMA (Ask me Anything) on Reddit at 2 p.m. ET on May 20, 2014 at reddit.com/r/blackcoin/.
ABOUT MAX BORGES AGENCY
Founded in 2002 with offices in Miami and San Francisco, Max Borges Agency is a PR agency with a 100% focus on technology. The agency provides a full offering of marketing communications and branding services. As an official member of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the PR firm represents many of the most innovative companies in the technology industry. The agency has been named a Best Places to Work by Outside magazine, PRNews.com and the South Florida Business Journal four years in a row. For information, visit www.maxborgesagency.com.
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