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Ethereum Startup Omise wins a Megabank sponsor for Blockchain Coworking Space

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Mizuho, ​​one of Japan's three megabanks, will sponsor Neutrino, the first Cowboy coworking space established by Startup based on Ethereum Omise Japan.

Named "Neutrino", the first blockchain coworking space was created by Omise in Tokyo in March of this year. Omise, a Thai start-up, sees Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin among its advisors and has signed a $ 25 million ICO last year to develop an Omise Go decentralized payment platform. , powered by OMG, a cryptocurrency ERC20

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The collaborative space aims to advance research to finally deploy operational implementations of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency in businesses and services.

"Launched by OmiseGO, Neutrino builds a thriving community by connecting entrepreneurs, businesses, regulators and cryptocurrency leaders through a series of regularly scheduled events, workshops and meetings" , reads Neutrino's website.

In an announcement Friday, Japanese banking giant Mizuho revealed that he would sponsor the coworking space in an arrangement that will also see the bank become a "long-term tenant" of space coworking.

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Mizuho views blockchain as a decentralized technology that will have a transformative impact on all industries, claiming that it will "simplify and optimize" the different types of business operations. In highlighting his own intentions to implement technology to provide better financial services to its customers, Mizuho believes that Neutrino and the interactions within the coworking space "will bring us closer to the development of commercial applications for blockchain technology. "

The bank stated:

In addition to sponsoring Neutrino, Mizuho will be a long-term tenant of the coworking space, and we are eager to find applications for blockchain technology and to be able to develop new areas of business. activity with the wide variety of sponsors, members and other specialists that Neutrino plans to attract.

Mizuho has already experimented and developed a number of blockchain applications in record keeping, cross-border securities trading, trade finance with IBM, a technology partner, and document sharing.

Notably, the megabank is an investor in bitFlyer, Japan's largest and best-funded cryptocurrency exchange, and has already tested its own digital currency in a three-month trial with IBM Japan.

Featured image of OmiseJapan.

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