Thailand's first ICO project suspends financing, focusing on improving token liquidity

According to the "Bangkok Post" reported on May 7, Thailand's first ICO project, J Ventures, has decided to stop further fundraising and focus on digital currency adjustments, but the company has not abandoned the idea of ​​further token sales, but instead focused on Let its token JFin become a payment model for goods and services. Of the remaining 200 million tokens, 90 million tokens are reserved for the next round of ICO. The company promises to distribute 70 million tokens to Jay Mart Group and its subsidiaries, and the development team controls 40 million tokens.