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OmiseGO

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+$0.06 (4.53%) Today
+$0.06 (4.53%) Today
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About OMG

OmiseGo started as a fork of the Ethereum blockchain with the goal to “Unbank the Banked,” and to speed up the way money is spent and sent. With a team of over 130 staff members across different countries, OmiseGo has begun building partnerships with McDonald’s and Credit Saison. OmiseGo was founded in 2013 by Jun Hasegawa, who has been involved in multiple startups and worked for Google for over 16 years.

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