July 3, 2018 –  Hoyos Integrity Corporation, the company that to prove its security technology, put $100M in RISEN (RSN) tokens into a crypto wallet, published the private key, and challenged hackers to steal it,  announced that they are kicking off a world tour of institutional investors in the EU, UAE and the Far East on July 11th.

The international roadshow is being led by well-known crypto fundraiser Andreea Porcelli, CEO of Swiss Growth Forum. Hector Hoyos, the CEO, CTO and Founder, along with his executive management team Frank Tobin, President, Greg Page, COO, and John Shapiro, Chief Cryptographic Officer, will be presenting in London, Zurich, Geneva, Lugano, Milan and Monaco during the week of July 11th-18th. The roadshow will continue on July 23rd-30th in Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo. For exact dates and locations and to RSVP for our luncheons and cocktail receptions, please consult swissgrowthforum.io.

The Executive team including Hector Hoyos, Frank Tobin and Greg Page recently presented at the 4-day Summer Edition of Swiss Growth Forum in Monaco and London which was hosted by Jon Najarian of CNBC and Andreea Porcelli. 

Hoyos Integrity Corporation is a global secure telecommunications provider with revolutionary new technology that permanently fixes cyber theft of crypto tokens, wallets, and exchanges as well as a new smartphone built on the same military-grade operating system that secures the US weapons arsenal.  Hector Hoyos, the CEO, CTO and founder is a leader and visionary in the fields of supercomputing, identity authentication, and biometrics with over 100+ patents issued/pending, an IEEE standard in IEEE2410, and cumulative revenue exceeding $1B.

Hoyos Integrity’s RISEN token is available for presale now with a 25% bonus and they have launched the world’s first Global Hacker Challenge.  The company has put $100 MILLION worth of its RISEN (Real-time Impervious Security Environment) utility tokens into a public crypto-wallet, and secured it with its unique and proprietary biometric lock system. Its secure crypto wallet can run on either IOS or Android devices, or on the company’s military-grade secure smart phone known as the BIBLOS (Biometrics Blockchain Secure Smartphone). In its first 2 weeks the challenge has attracted over 300 unsuccessful hacking attempts.

More information about Hoyos, its technology, and its upcoming ICO can be found at www.hoyosrisen.io.