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Coca, World’s First Mpc Wallet With Non-custodial Debit Card Has Been Accepted Into MONEY20/20 Asia’s Startup Program

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COCA, the world’s first MPC wallet with non-custodial debit card, has proudly announced its acceptance into the Money20/20 Startups’ Hangout program in Thailand.

This recognition marks a significant milestone for COCA, validating its innovative approach to secure digital asset management within the financial technology sector.

As the premier event in the fintech calendar, Money20/20 brings together visionaries and disruptors to showcase groundbreaking advancements in payment solutions and financial services, reshaping the landscape of connected commerce.

On 23rd April 2024, COCA will join 30 showcasing startups at the Startups’ Hangout space in Bangkok, Thailand, for a three-day conference.

COCA set out with an ambitious goal to reshape the crypto experience. Within just one week of its launch in partnership with Wirex, a leading Web3 money app, COCA has attracted users globally by surpassing 250,000 wallets.

Additionally, COCA has received the ‘#1 Product of the Day’ award on the Product Hunt platform, highlighting its rapid adoption and innovative features.

The acceptance into Money20/20 Asia’s startup program provides startups with a unique opportunity to engage with key stakeholders, investors, and industry experts, accelerating its growth trajectory and market adoption.

COCA Wallet is excited to showcase its technology and explore collaborations at Money20/20 Asia. 

Keep an eye on COCA’s social media channels for the latest updates and developments:

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