Robo Inu Finance (RBIF) is a fintech ecosystem project under the umbrella of Robo Global Investment, built using blockchain technology, and dedicated to using its comprehensive suite of
features to help normal people achieve financial freedom.
Defined by its two-pillar emblem – community and financial freedom – RBIF wears its meme origins with pride, but is focused on presenting a different kind of culture, one typified through transparency, trustworthiness, innovation, and a range of products specifically designed to help
its users achieve financial freedom. In a large sense, it isn’t really a meme at all, but rather the evolution of what meme projects can become under the correct leadership.
What products does RBIF offer and how do they benefit users?
The range of features include RoboWallet, (due for release on mainnet imminently), a custodial wallet that allows personal finance planning and cross-border transfers to allow users to send and receive fiat via crypto, helping to ease the transition into DeFi.
There is RoboEx (also due for full release shortly) a decentralized exchange which conveniently allows users to connect their RoboWallet and trade assets without any fees beyond network charges, and sell at whatever price they choose, for more autonomy on trades.
In addition, the project has envisioned to create RoboLaunchpad, which aims to incubate and release promising new startups, while allowing the RoboWarrior community to invest if they choose.
They are even more products on the horizon too, including RoboNFTMarketplace (where users will be able to buy and sell non fungible tokens with minimal fees), as well as RoboDashboard and RoboDAO (allowing members to connect to a central hub where they can use their tokens to vote on important governance decisions, highlighting the emphasis on community).
Lastly – for now – is RoboVentures, which will eventually invest in SpaceX and $TSLA stocks and let community members earn a slice of the pie, just by being $RBIF token holders.
This impressive range of options that the project provides have all been tailor-designed from the ground up by the team to make investment and profit-earning as streamlined and easy as possible, which is about as far from a standard meme project as a company can get.
Who is behind Robo Inu Finance?
Co-founder and CEO Vy Pham is no stranger to the trade industry. As someone who had to pull herself up by her bootstraps from the age of 15, she is currently finishing her MBA from California State University, Los Angeles after spending 15 years studying and working in Singapore. She spent eight years in the oil and gas market sector learning the intricacies of investments, before wisely investing in Bitcoin during the 2017 bull-run and transferring her skills over to the DeFi sector.
After helping several projects – including NFTBooks – achieve success, she eventually
co-founded Robo Inu Finance. The visual design and mascot were inspired by NASAs
‘out-the-box-thinking’ with sending robot dogs to mars for exploration, and Vy wanted to apply the same methodology of alternative thinking to her creation.
Overall, the project has noble aims and is arming its community in every possible aspect to make their DeFi interactions as smooth as possible and move individuals away from the stranglehold of traditional finance, towards an industry that provides more control and freedom over income.
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