Japan’s Tech Bureau and Metaps Plus enter Global Strategic Partnership to bring advanced blockchain technology across Japan and Korea
Tech Bureau Inc. which recently kicked off COMSA, Japan’s most successful ICO platform built on the NEM blockchain protocol, has entered into a global partnership with Metaps Plus, Korean subsidiary of Metaps inc. (TSE 6172) and a leading mobile fintech platform across mobile commerce and marketing.
Last month, leading Japanese VCs including Nippon Technology Venture Partners, FISCO Capitals, and ABBALab vowed over $9 million investment in COMSA’s upcoming ICO, which has kicked off on October 2, 2017 has raised an estimated $64.8 million so far.
Seoul-based Metaps Plus plans to launch a new digital currency exchange “CoinRoom” in November 11, 2017, listing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic along with Pluscoin. The platform will be designed as an infrastructure with networks separated according to the Personal Information Management System (PIMS) and Information Security Management System (ISMS) managed by the Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA).
Under the terms of the partnership, COMSA token (CMS) will be listed and traded on CoinRoom if Coinroom successfully launches in November fully compliant with the Korean law and regulations, according to one senior official at Metaps Plus. Metaps Japan is already working with COMSA as its CEO Katsuaki Sato is on the COMSA board of directors. Metaps Plus also shared its plans to list PlusCoin (PLC) on Zaif cryptocurrency exchange, approved by Japan’s Financial Services Agency (JFSA).
Both companies shared its aim to bring new advanced blockchain technology to cater to market needs and connect to real world economy using blockchain technology.
"Listing globally recognized tokens using blockchain technology is the key to success. We believe that this is the first step to connect Japan and Korea using blockchain platform," said Takao Asayama, CEO of Tech Bureau.