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Jelurida Partners with Creatip to Promote Its Industry-Leading Blockchain Technology in South Korea

15 January 2019

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Jelurida is thrilled to announce it has signed an agreement with leading marketing agency Creatip to promote its industry-leading public blockchain technologies in the rapidly expanding South Korean digital currency markets.

Through this agreement, Creatip will explore avenues for supporting sustainable blockchain business models in Korea. Creatip will also be asserting Jelurida's blockchain technology and learning resources, such as Ardor and the Ardor Learning Hub, in targeted outreach and training programs.

Creatip is a leading marketing agency based in South Korea with a reputable portfolio of corporate giants such as SAP, SAMSUNG, LG, UBER, DELTA, EBAY, and BMW. Founded in 2008, it has delivered a full range of marketing services globally. Since actively joining the blockchain industry in 2017, Creatip has successfully offered ICO advisory and marketing services to numerous ICO projects throughout Asian countries by creating Blockchain Marketing Asia (aka BMA) and Cryptopick (ICO Listing site).

Daniel Kong, the founder at Creatip states, “We are more than excited to work with Jelurida. As a true believer and passionate follower of Jelurida and its technical excellence, I am more than willing to echo its sentiment of blockchain as a service (BaaS) and expand its blockchain ecosystem in South Korea.”

“South Korea is the perfect place for Jelurida to target because the market is hungry for real blockchain solutions. Our cutting-edge technology on the Ardor blockchain-as-a-service platform has attracted business partners offering services such as on-chain real estate investments with Max Crowdfund's MPG tokens and 1 to 1 euro pegged tokens with Ardorgate's AEUR,” said Lior Yaffe, co-founder and developer at Jelurida. “South Korea has long been home to many of our projects' most avid supporters – we look forward to nurturing the growth of this important community on a much broader scale in 2019.”