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PRESS RELEASE. Cosplay Token “COT” will be used as a token to TIP your favorite cosplayers on World Cosplay, the world’s largest cosplay platform.
COT will be listed on two Japanese crypto currency exchanges Zaif and SAKURA Exchange BitCoin simultaneously on March 14th, 2022.
In Japan, one of the three largest financial markets in the world, it is very significant to be recognized as a cryptocurrency rather than a securities. This means that they will not be involved in the controversy that often takes place at the SEC.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges are known to have the world’s strictest listing screening process for tokens.
It is also less likely to be delisted from the crypto exchanges.
This should be a source of reassurance for COT listing on crypto currency exchanges in other countries.
Campaign to Commemorate Simultaneous Listing on Japan’s Two Cryptocurrency Exchanges
To commemorate the simultaneous listing on the two crypto currency exchanges in Japan, a campaign is underway on the @curecos_cot account.
All you have to do is retweet the relevant tweet and follow @curecos account.
An AMA with BITTREX is scheduled for March 14. Details are as follows.
Schedule：March 17th 10AM JST
Moderator : Bittrex Global Listing Director and Chief Business Officer Chris Sinkey.
Campaign : Giving away $1000 worth of COT tokens
AMA will be held on Bittrex Twitter and Youtube Channel
Please join the Bittrex community for further announcement
Cure Holdings Limited
11/F CRAWFORD HOUSE, 70 QUEENS ROAD CENTRAL, CENTRAL, HONG KONG
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