As Japan moves into the era of blockchain, many have been exploring the technology and its potential as a way to access financial services.
It’s an idea that has taken off across the world, including Japan, where many companies are exploring how to connect to the blockchain, and the country is a leader in this space.
Now, some in Japan are starting to use cryptocurrency to fund their land deals.
According to Gogo, which is the biggest seller of blockchain-enabled land in the country, it has already started selling the digital asset called the “Gogo Land” on the company’s website.
This is the first time the Gogo Land has been offered on the site and it’s not the first to sell land in Japan.
In fact, in 2016, Gogo offered a “Golgogo Land Certificate” for the first-time purchase of land.
Now, Gogo is offering a “Litecoin Land Certificate,” which is a virtual currency that can be used to purchase land in other countries.
The company says it is trying to expand the offering to include “other types of land.”
This is something it’s working on now.
“In order to promote the use of GogoLand, we want to bring a little bit more transparency and the ability for people to purchase Gogoland on the GOGO site,” Gogo’s founder and CEO Shiho Yoshida told TechCrunch in an interview.
“So, this GogoLiteCoin Land Certificate is a way for people who have not been using Gogo to buy land on the website.”
Yoshida is also offering an opportunity for people with a lot of land to purchase more of it, by giving people the option to “make an account” for a Gogo account and purchase a larger portion of the land.
This, of course, is not a real-world land purchase option, as this is only available on the official website.
“The number one thing we want for people is to have a secure way to use the website,” Yoshida said.
“There is a security mechanism in place, and it will not be a real land purchase, but a virtual land purchase.”
Gogo, a Japanese company that has its headquarters in Tokyo, has been actively trying to integrate the blockchain technology in its business for years.
In 2013, it released its first blockchain-based software, and has since expanded its offering to land, commodities, and insurance, among other areas.
The company has also built a cloud platform that allows companies to manage their business on the blockchain.
While the company has not yet introduced a cryptocurrency-based land acquisition program, it does have partnerships with several major cryptocurrency exchanges, including Coinbase, which has recently offered the Gogolong program.
“We are planning to expand our crypto-currency land acquisition services to other types of products and services,” Yoshimoto told Tech Crunch.
“As we see the blockchain and the possibilities for digital asset management, we will continue to expand this space and explore this opportunity.”
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