ABCC will add a new cryptocurrency, TSK, for trading on 21:00, Mar 31, 2020 (UTC+8). This will increase our trading pairs to include TSK/USDT.
Get ready to start Depositing and Trading TSK through our APP soon and experience our full range of services.
Please refer to Tasuki (TSK) Token Sale on ABCC HIVE for more information.
Tasuki is a Blockchain platform targeting the end-of-life industry. Originating from Japan, the Tasuki platform solves a myriad of problems in the end-of-life industry, such as the execution of wills and the transfer of the deceased’s data.
These problems are solved through the use of Blockchain technology on the platform. For example, wills are executed through smart contracts based on the wishes of the deceased. Once the death certificate is programmed into the platform, the death of the user is recognized and the pre-programmed actions are executed accordingly.
The Tasuki project is in a business alliance with inisJ and Urban-funes corporation, two big companies in Japan. inisJ is a game development company in Japan and has released a slew of popular games for many gaming consoles and smartphones.
Founded in 1997, the company offers art, music and video production services as well. Most notably, the company is expected to launch a game based on Neon Genesis Evangelion, a highly successful anime franchise.
The second company, Urban-funes, is a major player in the Japanese funeral industry. They have a track record of handling 80,000 funeral cases out of Japan’s 1.4 Million cases.
Total Supply: 375 Million
Project website: http://tasuki-lifetime.com
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