In its continuing mission to remove the barriers to cryptocurrency-enabled industry growth, NASGO, a global pioneer in the advancement of the blockchain, today shared news from its January 11-12 celebration in Vietnam, ‘The Rise: The Hunt for Tokenization.’
First on the agenda was celebration of NASGO’s January 18 premier on the BitForex Exchange in China, the first of multiple EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) platforms the company anticipates it will enter during 2019 and beyond.
At the event, the company announced partnerships with China, Palau, and Cambodia that establish NASGO as a premier and primary source of blockchain technology for these countries’ economies and for businesses headquartered there. Additionally, NASGO has entered a strategic agreement to provide tokenization to Palau with the potential to increase tax revenue and to propel the country’s business economy through their e-residency program via the Palau virtual currency foundation.
“While 2018 was a year of blockchain news, 2019 brings rise to ‘Blockchain 2.0’—complete utilization of blockchain technology that is propelling the adoption of tokenization for all,” said NASGO cofounders Eric Tippetts and Steve Chiang. “We are proud to be leading the way in making this exciting technology available for every individual and business, everywhere in the world.”
“For philanthropy, improved transparency, better marketing and communication for business and more efficient paths to revenue—it is our mission to advance this ecosystem for all,” the executives said.
At the event, NASGO conducted a lucky draw lottery to use the NASGO decentralized blockchain lottery function, presented philanthropic gifts to organizations including Do Something Athletic (DSA), and celebrated with musical performances including performing artist Jaafar Jackson, whose first album will be premiering later this year and providing exclusive content on NASGO’s VAPR app.
The Vietnam event will be shortly followed by January announcements with Sundance Film Festival and the Super Bowl the company said.