PARIS, 27 DECEMBER 2017
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We are excited to announce that Tempo France, powered by Stellar.org’s blockchain technology, has been selected by the Tokyo Government to participate in their Blockchain Accelerator Program! (1) Tempo is actively seeking a strategic equity investor/partner in Asia to fuel its future growth. Furthermore, the Accelerator program enables Tempo and Stellar to increase blockchain payment usage in Japan and leverages Japanese financial institutions global coverage of Asia for the remittance market. Tempo also plans to launch instant international micro-payments between Europe and Japan that will cost less than 1 cent.
Japan has some of the deepest regulated Cryptocurrency markets in the world and a culture of retail FX trading making it a perfect market for the Stellar network, which features a built-in distributed exchange, and Tempo’s EURTtoken.
“With the rapid growth of Stellar in Asia, we believe that it is a unique opportunity to expand the usage of this scalable, fast, and secure platform in Japan and throughout Southeast Asia. If this expansion is successful, this would additionally enhances Tempo’s worldwide payout footprint in Asia and provides Tempo’s customers with seamless payments to major financial institutions.” said Mr Barker TEMPO’s CTO.
Tempo is a regulated, EU financial and technology company, with offices located at the prestigious stationf startup campus in Paris, France. Tempo will work with Stellar.org and Lightyear.io to setup meetups and other exciting events to help grow Stellar’s adoption in the Japanese community. More than 18 major Japanese corporations are participating in this program and they will be mentoring Tempo and other selected organizations. We are incredibly excited about this opportunity and are looking forward to work with all stakeholders.
CTO TEMPO FRANCE
Contact: Victoria Nguyen — firstname.lastname@example.org
Tokyo Government Announcement(1): http://www.seisakukikaku.metro.tokyo.jp/bdc_tokyo/assets/pdf/en/news-events/2017/20171222_2_blockchain.pdf