In 2016, Digital Wallet Corporation created a platform that has unchained users from traditional banking structure through digital remittances. International Citizens from Japan is able to send money to their loved ones in the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Nepal, and to more than 150 countries simply by using this mobile transfer app.
Remittance transactions are conveniently completed through this mobile app known as “Smiles”. And there’s a good reason why it was called “Smiles”. This app offers real-time, low-cost, 24 hr service at high exchange rates that can be accessed anytime at anywhere just using your mobile device.
Smiles Mobile Remittance service is available on weekdays, weekends (yes, that means Sunday, too), and even holidays. With a few clicks of a button, anyone can remit whenever they need to, and can send it to any of the 157 supported countries. Rest assured that your money is in safe hands because Smiles is duly licensed by the Japanese government.
The best part is that the Smiles app download and registration is entirely free.
This are the reasons why this application has launched its way to the top of the downloaded application list in Japan. In fact, Smiles is so successful, it’s been downloaded over 100,000 times on iOS and Android. That’s the most downloads of a remittance app has ever received in Japan.
Digital Wallet group organized DWC project that aims to further expand its service in each country using the funds invested with cryptocurrency. Users can look forward to the future of the Digital Wallet project too since the project is constantly expanding, aggressively looking to sink its teeth into new markets. The company plans to expand its Smilies Mobile Remittance to Asian countries and Europe as a Remittance source and invest in the early stage development projects such as Airports, Hotels, and Farms on major Asian countries. Given these projects, the remittance source project with the Smiles application is not the only egg in Digital Wallet’s basket.
In fact, Digital Wallet isn’t going to stop at finding new countries to stake their flag. Instead, they are constantly looking to connect with other investment services that will further enhance the profitability of Digital Wallet for its users. Perhaps this is why one of the most important developments that has come from the Digital Wallet project recently is the issuing of their own token, DWC.
Live now: the DWC Initial Exchange Offering (IEO)
The Digital Wallet launched its first IEO in August of 2019. And, its second IEO was recently launched last October 2019, with plans to have the funds go towards its technical improvements and mobile wallet technology expansion for users outside of Japan. The listing of the DWC token can be found on DigiFinex’s Initial Exchange Offer platform, Apollo 3.
The addition of the DWC token greatly benefits the international user as they will now be able to seize investment opportunities in places like the Philippines by using the cryptocurrency. The founder of the Digital Wallet project Eiji Miyakawa, sees cryptocurrency as a potential universal financial platform.