We all heard about bitcoins, cryptocurrency technologies and other virtual currencies lately. Honestly, I am not knowledgable of these currencies and haven’t tried any yet. But I am curious and I would like to know more about these latest technology.
Recently, The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority has granted an Offshore Virtual Currency Exchange (OVCE) Provisional Regular License to WTIA, paving the way for WTIA to launch its exchange service on the WTIA Platform.
WTIA works with some of the world’s largest blockchain, is responsible for bringing together such projects as Resorts; Smart City Company (SCC); and many more.
Compared to other virtual currencies, what I like about this company is that they have an actual project.
“WTIA is all about supporting Real Projects that have a positive impact on the community and country. Projects that deliver economic growth, create high value jobs, and can benefit from blockchain technology’s transparency, trust and security,” says Keunyoung Kim, the chairman of WTIA.
Isa ito din sa nagustuhan ko, this project can possibly offer 5,000-10,000 jobs. More job opportunities means more families that can afford food, proper shelter and good education.
With the increasing popularity of blockchain and its growing ecosystem of tokens, liquidity ensures fair pricing for projects through market dynamics and allows users to invest in the success of projects that they support.
By licensing WTIA in the Philippines, we are confident that Philippines efforts to develop its virtual currency and blockchain industry will lead the region in the years to come. – WTIA Team
WTIA has experts with in-depth experience in building traditional businesses, working with experts within the blockchain industry to bring together the best of both worlds. Focusing on asset-backed mineral resources and real estate, WTIA brings together an eco-system of investors, technology providers, developers and operators that will turn business ideas profitable, and deliver viable, usable solutions for government.
I am really amazed on how our systems are changing, how the world and technology is changing.
I am also excited to see more developments in our country.
Disclaimer: I am not connected to WTIA or CEZA, this post is a sponsored post.