PriNum (Prime Numbers) is the first Ukrainian IT startup to have attended Collision Conference (Las Vegas, NV), which attracts representatives from Google, Facebook, Nasdaq, Forbes, The Financial Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Collision Conference is organized by a major European IT conference - Web Summit, which The Wall Street Journal calls "Davos for geeks" and The New York Times - "a grand conclave of the tech industry’s high priests".
PriNum was founded in June 2013 in Kiev by Eugene Zimin, an experienced IT entrepreneur, and a team of top experts in mobile commerce.
PriNum has developed a platform for mobile commerce - PrimeKitTM (patent pending), which is focused on providers of mobile wallets: mobile operators, banks and merchants. PrimeKitTM allows them to deploy their own efficient solutions for mobile wallets and enables owners of mobile devices with a wallet to safely use digital keys to access different mobile services: payments for goods and services, loyalty programs, access controls, tickets.
The platform also allows existing mobile applications to access digitized cards stored in a secure domain or downloaded from a cloud storage, and uses different technologies for contactless services: Near Field Communications ( NFC NFC (Near Field Communication) - short-range (up to 10 cm) and high-frequented wireless communication technology that allows contactless data exchange between devices. ), Host Card Emulation ( HCE ), bar codes and QR-codes.
Collision conference created by the founders of the Web Summit is held annually in Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project in Las Vegas, Nevada. In just 4 years Web Summit has become one of the biggest tech conferences in Europe and attracts over 20 000 visitors from all over the world annually. Collision is a completely new type of a tech conference for America: a meeting place for people who are both building the companies of tomorrow and investors and managers of the most famous IT companies of today.
According to Bloomberg, Collision is annually visited by hundreds of IT companies, with a total capitalization of more than a quarter of a trillion dollars.