Bitcoin.com, the go-to web portal for everything bitcoin, announced it reached a cooperation agreement with Japanese media CoinOtaku. A subsidiary of Beat Holdings Limited, CoinOtaku (CoinPartner) has over 900,000 views per month in its cryptocurrency portal and thousands of subscribers to its YouTube channel.
In addition to the media business, Beat Holdings also owns Crypto Messenger Wallet – an app capable of showing news updates, price charts, messenger, and sending and receiving crypto assets. It is now possible for users to store Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on the wallet, helping to expand the reach of the popular cryptocurrency. Beats Holdings will customize this app for CoinOtaku and create the CP Wallet app.
Bitcoin.com and CoinOtaku will implement a joint marketing campaign to contribute to the further spread and expansion of BCH and the development of a sound crypto asset investment market in Japan. Both sites will link to each other and the two wallets will link to Bitcoin.com as well.
Beat Holdings Limited is a global investment company developing applications based on blockchain technology including building a media blockchain ecosystem based on proprietary intellectual properties and technology, and the licensing of intellectual properties. Through its subsidiary, GINSMS Inc. (listed on Toronto Venture Exchange, TSXV: GOK), it provides mobile messaging service, software products and services, and Media business through CoinOtaku. Beat is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Second Section (TSE: 9399), incorporated and registered at the Cayman Islands, headquartered in Hong Kong, with subsidiaries in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Canada.