World's First Real Asset-Based Digital Asset Mobility Company
Participation of Korea’s top block-chain technical staff and financial industry figures.
The NCCA (CEO Bang So-yoon), a leading digital asset-mobility expert group in Busan, is drawing keen attention as it is known to have signed a surprising listing agreement with the largest global cryptocurrency exchange on July 15.
On the 15th according to the block-chain industry, the NCCA, Korea's first digital asset-mobility expert group, is the world's first dividend-increasing digital asset mobility block-chain platform based on real-life tangible assets that is completely different from existing cryptocurrencies, and has been focusing on developing trust-based block-chain technologies and building overseas infrastructure since its launch early last year.
Currently, financial experts from the financial sector such as IBK Securities and Kookmin Bank, as well as leading block-chain professionals at home and abroad are taking part as full-time advisors with top tech players with the highest performance in Korea.
The Happyticon (HPTC), issued by the NCCA, is not a STO, or stock-type token, to push ahead with the project.
It is a net dividend digital asset for sharing business or operating profits with platform members who are to hold digital assets.
All business and management information can be transparently identified because the public trading books are created with the accounting structure built on the basic technology of block-chain which distributes and shares information through distributing and storing of information, and released to digital asset holders.
The fund accounting of the project is managed and supervised by an authorized audit agency and this is a real asset trust-based platform on which all tangible and intangible assets, ranging from real estate and stocks of the business entity to issued digital assets, are entrusted to the trust and managed.
With the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's recent approval of the block-chain trust business, trust mobility digital assets are on track, and the global trend of cryptocurrency is already shifting from mining to digital assets, raising interest in digital asset trusts.
The NCCA is reported to have applied for three related patents in September with the aim of simultaneously listing on the five major global exchanges, and to actively try to establish branches in Japan and other foreign countries in order to advance into the global block-chain group.
Related industries are looking at listing dividend-based digital assets by the NCCA's digital asset-mobility platform as it is possible to liquidate assets through the NCCA's block-chain platform for promising technologies, patents, and real estate businesses.
It will be stabilized as it is newly incorporated into sustainable and growing businesses, and will be renewed with a dividend-increasing structure where dividends will increase as profits will.
This is the world's first issue-price guaranteed digital asset based on trust assets.
It is heard that the company is also seeking a partnership to have a global payment function so that it can be used like cash anywhere in the world through connections with credit card businesses such as Master Visa card in the future.
The digital assets sector has been emerged as a new big-data industry in the era of cryptocurrency, as global companies such as JP Morgan, Google and Facebook have been scrambling to issue the stables since last year, and Korean companies such as Samsung are known to be ready to jump on the wagon.
Lee Joon-gyu, CIO(Chief Investment Officer) of NCCA company and a top leader in the first-generation venture boom, said, "The block-chain sector is now hard place for entities with a utility base with simple content to survive. "We're already in a competitive era of real-economy-based structures," he said. "HPTC will play a leading role in this trend."
Translator Yong-Guem Lee
Editor WonChang Park