by Marvin Dumont
Apollo Fintech held an AMA (ask me anything) session this week and answered the community’s questions about various topics.
Last fall, the African country of Lesotho signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Apollo.
According to CEO Steve McCullah:
There is no such thing as “government announcement” as a whole. [There are] many departments and ministries, so it’s all about the ministry that you sign an agreement with. We signed our MOU with the Ministry of Technology and from what we understood they did end up putting out a written press release, which is what they typically do.
On marketing efforts and APL valuation:
… if you own Apollo, and the price is at .00083 you should get roughly 100% of that in asset value after all distribution events are finished. This could very well change but that is what we have planned now. It doesn’t mean it will be the value of your APL at any price. At that price, however, it would be around 100%.
Staking on Knox:
You can already stake your Apollo coins on Apollo Wallet. It’s not called staking, however. With Apollo, it’s referred to as forging.
We will have staking on Knox in the near future …
Apollo Fintech is developing world-shaping fintech solutions for a global economy. Its product categories include Government Solutions, Commercial Products and Consumer Products. Apollo Fintech’s new platforms and tools include National Currency System, Tax System, Commodity Exchange, Mineral Claims System, Government Bank Platform, White Label Payment System, Bank Network, Knox Exchange, DEX, Apollo Cash and Apollo Currency.
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