by Marvin Dumont
Apollo Fintech has completed development of National Payment Platform and is close to finishing Apollo E-Government Platform. Both will roll out in United Allied States (UAS) in the coming months. These will establish infrastructure in the first UAS state.
Apollo develops government IT systems for UAS.
According to Stephen McCullah, who leads both Apollo Fintech and UAS:
We have been given diplomatic access to our First Nation, which has been in lockdown. The only thing we have been waiting on is a clearance letter from the South African government that would allow me to come back after the meeting.
We have two big meetings after that with two separate countries that have a strong interest to set up a sovereign economic zone. I and the team will be traveling to those nations after We return from this Island. Once we have this letter we shouldn’t have any new travel issues.
In the next few weeks, UAS will announce several partnerships with companies that will set up essential infrastructure in the first state.
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