SocialGood agreed with the Malta Trade Mission Delegation to promote cryptocurrency business and development. SocialGood supports Malta Blockchain Island Strategy

SocialGood agreed with the Malta Trade Mission Delegation to promote cryptocurrency business and development. SocialGood supports Malta Blockchain Island Strategy

The Trade Mission Delegation, led by Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat whose leadership is aiming to transform Malta to the “Blockchain Island of the World”, visited the Social Good Foundation (SGF) Tokyo on August 2nd, 2018. Among the companies in the Delegation was PKF Malta. The two parties discussed important issues such as SocialGood Vision, its impact on the blockchain business & industry, and its social contributions, and agreed to continue more robust cooperation to promote the cryptocurrency business.

The Social Good Foundation Inc. (Headquarters in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. CEO: Soichiro Takaoka) welcomed the Malta Trade Mission Delegation, led by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, to its Tokyo Office. The two parties had the broad discussion on cryptocurrency business and technology development and agreed with continuous cooperation to promote the cryptocurrency business. The visit was reported on Nov. 1st the Malta Business Weekly, Malta’s leading newspaper.

The Maltese Parliament has already passed laws that set regulatory framework for blockchain and cryptocurrency this year. And Malta has also been implementing national policies including the establishment of cryptocurrency specialized governmental organizations to become the Blockchain Island of the World. The series of such actions have driven the world leading cryptocurrency business players to move their headquarters to Malta and its daily cryptocurrency transaction volume stays at the top of the world ranking(*) on country-by-country basis.

The Trade Mission Delegation consisted of around 50 Maltese companies with the Honorable Prime Minister as the Delegation Leader. Highlighted in the meeting with SGF was the exchange of information and opinions on SocialGood, the cryptocurrency equipped by the unique scheme of the social contribution and the only one Japanese cryptocurrency registered with S.E.C.of the U.S. Among agreed was the following cooperation to be continued.
– Promotion of understanding of Malta Blockchain Island Strategy in Japan
– Development of Social Good Project and business in Malta
– Opening “Social Good Foundation Malta Office”
– Continuation of regular and frequent communication, and human resource exchange

SocialGood is the cryptocurrency that was invented and developed by the Social Good Foundation Inc. and the number of the holders exceeded 30,000. Once you hold SocialGood, when you buy a product or a service in the Social Good Ecosystem™ consisted by SocialGood alliance companies, you can get the Cashback by cryptocurrency SoicalGood. Part of it is donated automatically to a charitable organization as a social contribution at the same time. Because of this uniqueness of the business model, the Social Good Foundation Inc.submitted the multiple international patent applications in September 2018. The Social Good Foundation Inc.raised USD 30M from institutional investors through its ICO.
(*) By Morgan Stanley, April 19th, 2018

“Making society better” is our creed on which we are doing every move we make. We will change the world in a way that we connect the world by the cryptocurrency and the token, and we expand the ecosystem where all the people, companies and society as a whole are embraced in “win-win-win” relationships.

About Social Good Foundation Inc
-Headquarters: West Tower, Otemachi First Square, 1-5-1, Otemachi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, JAPAN
-CEO: Soichiro Takaoka
-Business:
Marketplace business utilizing A.I. and Blockchain technologies.
Issuance of cryptocurrency.

Please see the Whitepaper for details with regard to what SocialGood and the Social Good Foundation Inc. are aiming for.
https://socialgood-foundation.com/

PKF Malta delegation visits Social Good Foundation Inc. in Tokyo / The Malta Business Weekly
Reprinted the article from The Malta Business Weekly November 1, 2018
https://socialgood-foundation.com/news/20181109.php

 

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.