According to sources famiiar with the matter that have asked not to be identified, I am reporting that Tokenpay (TPAY) will soon be listed and available for trading on Coinbene.
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Recent Notable TokenPay Activity
In May of this year, TokenPay Swiss AG teamed up with WEG Bank in Germany, obtaining a 9.9% stake in the bank. With regulatory approval, they have the option of purchasing as much as 90%. On July 10 of this year, the 9.9% was transacted to the Litecoin Foundation and in return, a marketing and technology agreement was put in place that could greatly assist TokenPay.
At that time, TokenPay CEO Derek Capo commented:
“We are building an entire ecosystem that includes merchant services, banking, escrow, gaming, e-sports, employments services, etc., where we have entire control of the vertical integration needed to lower costs, but also control our destiny. Litecoin is a top-five blockchain in the world, and boasts more than one million followers worldwide, which helps increase the chances of TokenPay’s ecosystem to succeed.”
The company claims to have the “world’s most trusted and secure coin,” but what was that actually mean?
In simple terms, they offer a decentralized and self-verifying payment platform project while incorporating cryptographic technology along with security and privacy features to create the company’s token (TPAY.) Additionally, they hold interests in asset management and banking institutions.
This partnership allows Litecoin users the ability to buy and trade TPAY. Most importantly, this also allows users to enjoy the benefits of using the company’s debit card platforms. Litecoin, on the other hand, will benefit from the strong bonds with financial institutions to be able to have the ability to integrate it’s blockchain network into legitimate monetary establishments.
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