Press release. Pakistan: RNS Solutions Pte LtdThis week, leading blockchain software development companies from Pakistan, South Korea and Singapore announced their partnership with ICD-Islamic Development Bank Group, Multilateral development banks that promote the social and economic development of member countries, and Trusted chain Software development and consulting company in Saudi Arabia.

As part of the partnership, the alliance (RNS Solutions & Trustedchain) will develop a blockchain and artificial intelligence-based financial knowledge (FinLit) platform, which will have a crowdfunding laboratory based on blockchain technology. The platform will also include an interactive financial learning management system and a financial artificial intelligence chatbot support system.

In order to provide financial education and information to the younger generation who are usually ill-prepared for the financial needs of the modern world, FinLit will decompose the complex financial and investment terms, services and products within the platform.

“In the real world, our young people often graduate from college and don’t know how to convert their current income into sustainable and intergenerational wealth,” said the doctor. Shakir Muhammad, Chairman of RNS Solutions. “FinLit will provide various modules ranging from hackathons, webinars and tracking to financial learning from project exhibitions. Each project will provide tokenized equity for startups and enable investors to make safe and secure project funds. And profitable decisions.”

As part of the platform, users can use artificial intelligence-based embedded chatbots for contextual and non-contextual discussions. Through natural language processing (NLP), chatbots can provide context, answers, and information so that users can make the most informed response. Machine learning technology will ensure that the correct financial definition and answer are provided for each query.

By providing young people with such information and support, they will be able to remain resilient during economic downturns, maintain confidence in financial decision-making, increase personal savings beyond their imagination, and support local banks, employment, and overall national prosperity. In addition, everyone from young men and women to families, SME owners and entrepreneurs can learn this kind of financial knowledge.

Antelia Dr. Mohammad Alqarni, CEO of Trustedchain, said: “Blockchain will be used for crowdsourcing modules, and artificial intelligence-based chatbots will provide query support and real-time response to all users within the platform.” “Antlia blockchain is a scalable And interoperable blockchain, it will help the FinLit platform to interact with different currencies through the Antlia oracle pool. Finally, the platform includes a detailed learning tracking system that will guide users to set goals, register courses and improve themselves Personal financial knowledge.”

The partnership between RNS Solutions MENA and Trustedchain has been active both domestically and internationally in Asia for many years, and will create rapid economic growth in the larger MENA region. In terms of blockchain and software, the cooperation with RNS Solutions will enable Asia and MENA to become the pioneers in the development of blockchain games.

The highly anticipated FinLit software development platform is expected to change the way individuals around the world seamlessly access, process and utilize financial education.

For more information, please visit www.rnssol.com

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