Learn More About Our Technocash Logo
You are probably aware that the use of symbolism in our culture has remained a constant theme throughout history. From Egyptian hieroglyphics to early Pagan practices, symbols have shaped human kind.
Some are known for good such as the Pagan Pentacle, while others are used to ward off spirits or bad entities such as the Hamsa. Here at Technocash we understand symbols play an important role in our lives. Treasure hunts, maps of lost treasures, secret doors, encrypted messages and icons have been peppered in literature. Dan Brown’s acclaimed novel The Da Vinci Code, films National Treasure, Indiana Jones and television series Supernatural and Charmed all feature symbolism.
As we move forward in this Internet age, we have incorporated a connection to the past when designing our logo. The past anchors our beliefs and provides perspective on our future. As a company we are constantly growing in the financial industry and our global expansion is exciting.
Our Company Name
TECHNOCASH is about technology interlocking with money, producing a technology-based solution for cash.
Our name results from a contraction of “Technology Cash”.
This is apt, and keeps the company's business activities focused on transactions that make electronic payments with cash-like ease.
We reflect Technocash’s global system by our logo. Traditional globes inspired the blue ‘T’ shape and its proportions. Eastern and Western continents are represented in the royal blue T shape. You might be aware our logo is split into two, as per the north, south land masses.
Technocash incorporates a world of knowledge, value and understanding to our field. We are experts at moving money globally and represent that in our logo.
The Technocash logo was designed with a connection to money in mind. The first Western coins, thought to be invented around 700BC on Aegina Island, were made of scraps of metal such as iron and bronze. They were constructed by artisans using basic tools such as an oven for heating flans (the cast metal disc onto which the ancient coin was struck) tongs, anvil, and hammer. In some cultures, specialised craftsmen
called ‘moneyers’ had to be authorized to mint coins.
Evidence shows most traditional coins were circular in shape (as seen in today’s mints), with many made with a hole in the middle so the user could loop a rope through it for security.
The Technocash logo incorporates a circular style format with a hole in the middle, because Technocash has security in mind for all our users.