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Atomtrans Tech Corp. expands its operations with their new remittance service

One of the many virtual currency exchanges (VCEs) in the Philippines, Atomtrans Tech Corp, launched its new remittance service in the country last September 11, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt Manila, Bonifacio Global City.

Atomtrans Tech Corp. expands its operations with their new remittance service

Established in 2017, Atomtrans Tech Corp is a financial service provider with offices across the globe, including a headquarters in Manila. As one of the world leaders in digital currency payments, Atomtrans Tech Corp has managed to sign on strategic cooperation agreements with various trusted firms like China UnionPay Electronic Payment Co., Ltd and UnionBank of the Philippines, and is also exclusively representing the Philippine-China remittance products.

Lion Lu, President of Atomtrans Tech Corp, formally opened the program through his short welcome speech followed by several keynote presentations from esteemed speakers such as Felix Xia, CEO of Atomtrans Tech Corp (Topic: Philippine Payment Market Big Data Report), William Liu, COO of Atomtrans Tech Corp (Topic: Crypto Payment Solution), and Tsuyoshi Ri, President of Netstars (Topic: Asian Payment Solution).

After the contract signing between Atomtrans Tech Corp and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, topics on Philipine Overseas Payment Conference and Licensed Exchange - The Future of Cryptocurrency were also discussed.

Atomtrans Tech Corp currently operates ATC Payment, ATC Digital Currency Exchange, and has recently been approved by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) to extend its business to the crypto-industry with ATC Remittance. With a fairly sizable expat population, mostly Koreans, Chinese and Japanese, the leading provider finds a great opportunity for cross-pollination when it comes to financial technologies and payment systems.

Visit www.rem.atcc.pro for more details.

Topics: virtual currency exchanges , Atomtrans Tech Corp , China UnionPay Electronic Payment Co. Ltd.

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