[Press Release] Japanese Companies, Token News HK looking to expand to PH

MANILA – The Philippine cryptocurrency space, in recent memory, has become very ‘open’ to blockchain technology development, with both the private sector and government entities working together to make the country a powerhouse for companies looking to enter the cryptocurrency and blockchain space.

As a result, companies like Token News HK Ltd. along with a group of Japanese companies, are looking to expand to the Philippines, as well as to look for potential investors for their ICO projects in their upcoming Token News Conference happening in Okada Manila. The event is slated to happen on August 27, a holiday, from 3PM to 8PM PST.

The event is free of charge, with accommodated food, airdrops of coins/tokens and includes a raffle for a mining rig. Open with limited slots.

You can register for the event here. 

The event will introduce newcomers to blockchain about what a blockchain is, and to Token News. It will also introduce 8 ICO projects that they believe show potential.

As Yuya Sugiura, Token News HK’s president describes their company as:

“Analysis of blockchain projects and support the development of those that show potential. Our dedicated staff of blockchain experts works tirelessly to gather and analyze pertinent information about each project, often contacting the team members directly to ensure the most accurate up-to-date news. Based on all firsthand information, we compare and analyze each project in details. Our credibility as a company is derived from our ability to deliver valuable information to our customers.”

Company Name: Token News HK                                                 

Company Event: Token News Conference

Company site: [https://tokennews-hk.com/company-2/]

Contact: Mosaic Event Management, [https://www.eventbrite.com/o/mosaic-events-management-17662621901]

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