SOURCE: White Fox Ventures

September 12, 2017 10:00 ET

White Fox Ventures, Inc. will officially invest in KeY' TOKEN crowdsale

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 12, 2017) -  White Fox Ventures, Inc., a public corporation in the USA (OTC PINK: AWAW), announced that the company will officially invest in KeY' TOKEN crowdsale, corresponding to the completion of the first phase development of KeY' TOKEN, an Ethereum blockchain based cryptocurrency required by the smartBANK network.

"SmartBANK is a platform for our licensed bank registered in Central America to build a global exchange network where transactions can be done in both legal currencies and cryptocurrencies. With the accelerating economic globalization, it is essential to have a network where international transactions can be executed in a smarter and highly secured mean. I assure our stakeholders to anticipate the continuous profitability and sustainability of our next generation bank platform," according to Shinsuke Nakano, the CEO of White Fox Ventures. 

He also announced that fintech laboratory will provide technical support to KeY' TOKEN development foundation toward establishing an exchange network next year. The company will focus on fortifying its (KeY' TOKEN) technical strength and stability, securing human resources by expanding its laboratory, as well as working effectively to speed up the development of blockchain and smart contract. 

The stakeholders of the company should anticipate a high investment return starting from the smartBANK service which will be launched after April 2018. Also, as the next phase of the exchange network development, banking services will turn into smart contracts. Announcement will be made after each development stage.

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