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Apollon Cryptocurrency Focuses on Internet Gambling

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Jul/12/2018

As the cryptocurrency and blockchain spaces continue to heat up and bring the world closer together, an exciting new virtual coin, Apollon Cryptocurrency (APO), focusing on online gambling is arising from Hong Kong, Gambling911.com can report.

Apollon Blockchain’s business vision is to provide commercial-level integrated blockchain infrastructure for the entertainment and leisure industries, notably online gambling. Their core competency for this business model rests on the following: a community marketplace concept based on a host of diverse pan-entertainment offerings; capable and robust technology deployment in blockchain, side-chain, and blockchain security; strong and secure payment tools and gateways; and a 2-tier currency structure with LCash tied to the US dollar.

The Apollon Blockchain will develop and support all the related business applications with underlying blockchain infrastructure technology. They believe the APO Platform is one of world's first and most comprehensive multi-chain platforms, re-shaping the eCommerce ecosystem for entertainment and leisure. Their vision is to have a “free flow of value,” enabling users to enjoy the rich benefits of blockchain technology.

Apollon Blockchain brings together a remarkable group of Asian technology and finance superstars including: CEO Alan Lau who brought online trading to the Shanghai Stock Exchange, Chief Security Office Takuya Hashiyada is a noted Japanese crypto leader, CTO Robin Fan known for bringing electronic trading to the Hong Kong Futures Exchange, CMO Jimmy Chan formerly GM of Sun Microsystems China and VP at Compaq Greater China, and CFO Harris Tim Ng who held top jobs at Honeywell and Unisys in China before transitioning to investing and managing funds worth over US$350M.

Earlier this week Lau spoke at FinTech the Future in Tokyo where he presented the attached deck, describing Apollon’s gambling use cases for gambling to a rapt audience.

Apollon Blockchain is launching their crowd sale (aka ICO) on July 16, 2018. To learn more about Apollon Blockchain we invite you to check out the site and whitepaper at http://www.apollon-foundation.org/ 

Gambling911.com will be speaking with CEO Alan Lau and CMO Jimmy Chan in the coming days to bring you more.

As we reported yesterday, the i-Gaming sector will continue to help boost the cryptocurrency sector worldwide as Americas Cardroom confirmed that 80% of all transactions are now via bitcoin and other cryptos.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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