FUUPAY(FPT), Listed on GDAC (July 30, 2020)

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Oct 12, 2020 · 1 min read
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It was announced on the 28th that FUUPAY (FPT), an art payment solution, will be listed for the first time on the KRW market of the GDAC exchange on the 30th.

FUUPAY (FPT) is a company that develops a FUUPAY payment system for art auctions through large distribution networks and for the exhibition/auction of famous art products.

Recently, it has contracted with a global automated payment system kiosk company to enter kiosk payment market such as hotels and resorts. Going beyond the simple service of the payment fee market, the company plans to develop into an artwork payment market by converging differentiated unmanned automation system. FUUPAY, which is preparing to enter the global art market as well as the domestic art market, is drawing attention in the financial fintech payment field.

GDAC digital asset exchange is the sixth largest exchange in Korea operated by PeerTtech, a financial technology company of Peer. Peer is known as a global blockchain group. GDAC is providing digital asset financial services based on various patents for custody, payment, and OTC (mass over-the-counter) services with about 10% return per year now.

Original article:
https://ccnews.lawissue.co.kr/view.php?ud=202007281449406527204ead0791_12

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