Techsauce's weekly news roundup | Techsauce

Techsauce's weekly news roundup

Below is Techsauce’s weekly top tech news stories, giving you a round up of Thailand’s investments and tech innovation announcements.

1. Zcoin cryptocurrency announces its partnership with Cookly, startup from Bangkok at Thailand, aims at implementing real-life usage of Zcoin.

Zcoin cryptocurrency aims at implementing real-life usage of Zcoin. Zcoin announces its partnership with Bangkok based startup, Cookly today.Cookly is the booking platform for cooking classes and culinary experiences around the world.

Follow the link below for the full article:

https://techsauce.co/en/news/zcoin-partners-up-with-cookly-for-real-life-usage/

2.SIX Token, Thai-nationality crypto-currency which has the largest fundraising values in Thailand, has been currently sold out.

SIX Token, Thai-nationality crypto-currency which has the largest fundraising values in Thailand, has been currently sold out. The first fundraising was offered to investors worldwide on April 3, 2018 via Initial Coin Offering (ICO), and SIX Token was closed for sale on May 31, 2018.

Follow the link below for the full article:

https://techsauce.co/en/pr-news/six-token-highly-success-while-investors-rush-to-buy-all-of-the-tokens/
3. New food tech venture in Thailand
Tipco connect has taken initiative in Thailand as an accelerator for the F & B startups driving innovation in all aspects. This company facilitates networking, funding, space, startup, accelerator and mentorship programs for the food tech industry.
TIPCO Foods Public Company Limited, Leading company in Food & Beverages sector, market leader in fruit juices and country’s leading fruit exporter. If you’re Startups in F&B track, apply now for a chance to be part of our ecosystem. Opportunities from Business partnership to receive investment from TIPCO Ventures.
4. Thailand Unveils Details of Crypto Regulations, Legalizing 7 Cryptocurrencies
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand has unveiled the details of the country’s regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings, including licensing requirements, fees, and a list of seven approved cryptocurrencies.
The SEC will allow seven cryptocurrencies, used for initial coin offerings (ICOs), to be traded as trading pairs. They are bitcoin, Ethereum, bitcoin cash, ethereum classic, litecoin, ripple, and stellar.

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