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Dinner Is on nTrust at Vancouver's First Sunset Beach Social Event

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- nTrust today announces its plans to feed party goers at Vancouver's Sunset Beach Social event. The company's instant mobile transfer and payment platform will enable those who sign up before the event to go cashless and receive a free meal from one of the fourteen food truck merchants now accepting Cloud Money ™ as a form of payment.

By signing up with nTrust before the event on June 27th, members will receive a free meal credit when visiting the nTrust booth at the Sunset Beach Social event on June 27th. To redeem their credit from one of the food trucks at the event, members will simply need to have their smartphone handy. Each participating Sunset Beach Social food truck has created a special nTrust dish for members to enjoy with their credit.

The food trucks accepting nTrust Cloud Money and providing an exclusive nTrust dish include:

--  The Reef Runner: Jerk pulled pork slider with habanero pickled purple
    cabbage
--  The Kaboom Box: Vegetarian poutine with miso-mushroom gravy and Quebec
    cheese curds
--  Johnny Pops: Key lime pie popsicle
--  Serious Sausage: European wiener served on a fresh baked Portuguese bun.
--  Roaming Dragon: Fried rice balls (veg): Sushi rice, shiitake mushrooms,
    edamame, bamboo shoots, and mustard greens... rolled, breaded, deep
    fried and garnished with curry & Asian aioli
--  Vij's: Lentil & chickpea fritters with seasonal vegetables and chutney
--  Feastro: Dirty Fries-Feastro's Original: Kennebec fries, with pulled
    pork, BBQ sauce, lemon garlic aioli, salsa & jalapenos
--  Soho Road Naan Kebab: Spicy chana (chickpea) sabji on pilau rice with
    yogurt and tamarind chutney
--  Taser Sandwich: Classic grilled cheese with side greens
--  Yolk's: Beignets with salted caramel
--  Culver City Salads: Daily super fresh plant based salad featuring local
    seasonal vegetables, avocado and house made dressing
--  Dougie Dog: Chilli cheese fries
--  Sweet Ride FroYo n' Waffles: Cup of froyo with bananas, peanut butter,
    Nutella, and a mini Liege waffle
--  Zebite: Buckwheat flour crepe with rosemary ham and salted butter

nTrust's partnership with the Sunset Beach Social aims to introduce members and businesses to going cashless by making purchases with nTrust Cloud Money™. Following the event, nTrust members will be able to continue to make purchases at local merchants and retailers accepting Cloud Money™.

To become an nTrust member, individuals can sign up online via nTrust's website at www.nTrust.com. nTrust will also be onsite at the Sunset Beach Social for member support and last minute signups.

About nTrust

nTrust is a regulated and trusted global peer-to-peer money transfer platform helping people free their money. Using Cloud Money , nTrust members can move money around the globe as fast and seamlessly as sending a text, simply by uploading funds into their personal Cloud directly from their bank accounts, credit or debit cards, or other funding methods. Once a member's Cloud is loaded, funds can be instantly exchanged to other currencies, used to pay bills or merchants, loaded to an nTrust Cloud Money prepaid MasterCard® or conveniently sent to other members around the world. nTrust's proprietary technology uses the highest encryption standards and is "PCI-DSS Level 1" certified - the top global standard for operational and technical security designed by Visa, MasterCard® and American Express.

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