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Mit messenger, Boxcorn sign agreement

At this digital age of bills payment and grocery shopping happening online, we subject ourselves to risks of leaking private information on a daily basis. 

We need to ensure we send out and receive communication via reliable platforms. Good thing, global specialized IT company Stargram Global collaborates with Stargram Philippines in launching mit messenger in the Philippines.

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KMS Global CEO KJ Kim (left)  and Mblockchain.co Chairman Mikle Choi seal their partnership with a handshake.
The messaging app is expected to compete with currently popular one like Viber, Messenger. and WhatsApp.

Mit messenger, which means ‘together’ in German, plans to create a blockchain ecosystem through messenger launches in the Philippines, the world’s largest SNS country. The messaging app is expected to compete with currently popular one like Viber, Messenger, and WhatsApp and will be available on iOs, Android, Windows, and Mac.

KMS Global CEO KJ Kim recently held a launch ceremony for the International Crypto Exchange ‘Boxcorn’ and ‘mit messenger’ at the Conrad Hotel in Manila, Philippines.

Boxcorn is expected to simplify the remittance of foreign workers from Filipinos, which are known to be more than 15 million people. In addition to expanding off-line exchanges and transactions in foreign exchange transactions to deal with casinos, which are comparable to those in Macau, Stargram Coin has recently been selected as the key currency. 

Cryptocurrency exchange, Boxcorn has been approved by Philippine Central Bank and doing its best to be opened in January 2019.

Kim signed a memorandum of agreement with Mblockchain.co Chairman Mikle Choi during the event.

For more information, visit: www.boxcorn.io and https://www.mitmessenger.com.

Topics: Mit messenger , Boxcorn , Stargram Philippines
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