Recently, Ho Wah Genting Group and everiToken announced the official signing of a strategic cooperation. Strategic Partnership Agreement: Ho Wah Genting Group & EveriToken AG Stablecoin Issuance at EveriToken Public Chain: USD 500 Mln HWG Cash.
That means the Ho Wah Genting Group will issue a stable coin based on the everiToken public chain, and work together with everiToken to build a new ecosystem of global cryptocurrency payment.
The Ho Wah Genting Group owns the first cryptocurrency market business certificate and operating credit card business license in Malaysia, focusing on blockchain technology to promote entity development.
everiToken public chain has advantages in terms of TPS, Security, legality and compatibility, which are great foundation for issuing stable coins.
Besides, everiToken launches their killer project for blockchain payment called everiPay with these highlights:
Compatible, everiPay’s underlying protocol EvtLink, compatible with any existing device and payment mode.
Available, Implementation using existing mature technology, with Safe Contracts’ API, stable and scalable.
Most convenient, Considering the problems of payment scenario from the chain, can be the fastest and safest payment. It does not need to write smart contract which is convenient for projects to use everiPay.
Quick confirmation, Combined with everiToken public chain technology, transaction confirmation time is shortened to 1s.
With everiPay and stable coins support from Ho Wah Genting Group, we believe that the strategic cooperation between Ho Wah Genting Group and everiToken will certainly help the development of the physical industry and open a new era for the offline crypto payment.
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