Yolocash cryptocurrency introduces upcoming mobile app, partnerships and more
Gamie Arroyo, the CEO and co-founder of Yolocash (or simply known as YLC), along with the other co-founders, Joel Penafiel (COO) and Haggai Paler (CTO), are set to take Yolocash cryptocurrency in a whole new level that would potentially change the way we do business and franchising today. Gamie knows that launching a business or franchising would uplift the lives of the Filipinos. However, as cryptocurrency evolves in the Philippines, Gamie thinks that integrating Yolocash to various establishments would finally let us experience paying for goods and services by using a mobile phone and not the paper bills or coins that they have in their pockets.
They are now in the process of launching the Yolocash mobile app that would be the key element of tokenized franchising. It can be used for integration with various businesses, especially convenience stores. With the Yolocash mobile app and ongoing massive adoption in the next few years, it would create a new era to initiate cashless payments. On top of that, Yolocash would be also a multi-coin wallet, which means it is not restricted to Yolocash tokens only. It can support multiple cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and so on.
As the mobile app development is ongoing, it was expected that Yolocash will start to open tokenized franchising. The first convenience store by Yolocash was already operating in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, and it was expected that more entrepreneurs are interested in franchising once the mobile app is officially launched. They have plans to partner with Veterans Franchising, iFranchise Philippines and Mini Stop. One of their projected best-selling menus in the YOLO store would be the YOLO sisig and the brand-new YOLO burger.
Founded way back in 2016, Gamie is on a mission to eliminate all barriers in doing business and financing by using the disruptive blockchain technology. On top of that, he has envisioned that Yolocash would definitely help change the lives of the Filipinos nationwide and around the world.
Yolocash has held several community events in Manila, Batangas, Cebu, Iloilo, Roxas and Bacolod City. Yolocash has plans on conducting cryptocurrency education and introducing their project concept to the community in various provinces starting this year and in the upcoming years.
Yolocash (YLC) is an ERC20 token that can now be traded in a well-known exchange in Forkdelta. Pretty soon, they will be listed in other major exchanges such as IDEX, DDEX, Stocks.exchange, Mercatox, Token Store, CoinExchange, Quanta, Shardax and more. Gamie and the rest of the development are confident that with over 6,000 token holders and traders combined, they have a chance that they could be listed to CoinMarketCap.
With Gamie's vision, no doubt that Yolocash would be the ultimate game-changer in doing business and franchising.
Go to https://yoloworld.org for more information regarding Yolocash.