Cure WorldCosplay: The Home of Cosplayers and Fans Around the World
A free website for submitting cosplay photos and is used by cosplayers in countries all around the world
Founder & CEO
After graduating from university, Junichiro joined USEN Corp, and during his first year he received the valuable new employee award. In the following seven years, he was involved in many business launches—from infrastructure to video to cross-media. In 2009, he moved to Sony Network Communications Co.
Ltd., where he worked for five years before joining and leading the Japanese subsidiary of an American company, Kamcord, a video sharing service for
smartphones. During his time in the US, he met people from the cosplay scene and realised the huge potential of the cosplay market. In February 2017, he founded Cure Inc. and assumed the role of CEO.
With extensive experience in business development, Daisuke spent four years developing new national clients in ad sales at USEN corp, and then spent the
following six years engaged in acquiring video content and contents’ rights alliance in the broadcasting industry. Afterwards, he worked for U.S. based
video sharing platform Kamcord, as a business development/partnership manager before joining Cure Inc. as an executive officer in February 2018.
Tatsumi has been involved in the cosplay industry for over 25 years and was managing the website before Cure WorldCosplay became integrated. In order to
spread “cosplay in motion”, he tours cosplay stage shows and judges contests worldwide. Tatsumi also promotes and shares his experiences across media
outlets, including: TV, internet, newspapers, and magazines.
I started my career from a Japanese game magazine. Learn editorial work at the publisher and the game market in Japan. The waves of smartphone games caught in that time, the game industry will change completely and pay attention to smartphone games. Among them, I changed my job experience specializing in smartphone game by touching over 20 experiences experienced in game market and actual smartphone game year more than 20 titles. By touching the game players, they will be more fascinated by the fascination of games and "Japanese culture".
Currently he is in charge of community at Cure, Inc. He is mainly engaged in cosplayers and photographers.
Yuuki worked in the game industry after graduating from university. Later, she moved on to handle back office and marketing tasks for foreign startups, and
acted as an interpreter for internal company communications. Currently, Yuki still carries out these roles, and is also tasked with being the main point of
contact for overseas cosplayers.
Tecotec Inc. Founder & CEO
Hiroshi is accomplished in the development and operation of Fintech projects, such as security settlement systems and online portfolio management
services. He is also experienced in setting up and operating a cryptocurrency exchange and was involved in implementing their blockchain wallet. He has
been involved in Cure WorldCosplay since the early stages and has contributed in several ways—from advising ICO processes to providing technical support.
Tecotec Inc. joins the memberships of Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC) and supports the Japan Blockchain Association (JBA).
UPCROSS Inc. Founder & CEO
Kiyotaka founded a development company in 2011, developing content for smartphones. Currently he draws from his developer experiences to distribute
content. Having studied in China for four years, he is well-versed in the language, and is in charge of coordinating with China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Before starting his own company, he was involved in server-side programming, architecture, and more recently (over the last 10 years)smartphone app
Dream Planet Head of Cool Japan Div.
Kiyoko has been actively involved in connecting overseas Otaku events to Japan for 10 years. Consequently, she is well connected with local organizers and experts in the Otaku scene from Asia and South America. She invites cosplayers from all over the world to Japan and is involved in sending
Japanese cosplayers international. Not only does she support cultural exchange projects, but helps with overseas events as a coordinator staff member. Kiyoko is also capable of speaking ten languages, to varying degrees.
LocalCoin Co-Founder, CTO
Yudi Levi has been a technology entrepreneur for over 15 years. Yudi is the creator of Bancor Protocol, the Co-Founder and CTO of LocalCoin, and the developer of software promoting the Bancor Protocol. Before LocalCoin, he was the Co-Founder and CTO of Mytopia, Particle Code, and AppCoin.
Takumi Innovators Founder, CEO
Toshi is running an innovation and startup platform between Japan and China. Before starting this, he was with Deloitte Tohmatsu for 12 years and engaged
in various projects including merger and acquisition advisory and investment consulting. Previously, he has been engaged in the development and sales of
enterprise systems as a system engineer, and holds a B.A. in aerospace and rocket engineering at University of Tokyo. Additionally, he also holds a U.S. CPA
certificate and has passed accounting and tax exams at the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
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- Liquidity & Operations (13%)
- Bounty/airdrop (2%)
- Operation (50%)
- Research and development (25%)
- PR and Marketing (15%)
- Legal and Advisors (10%)
Cost of the token1000 tokens for 0.08 eth
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3 months: +10%
6 months: +20%
12 months: +30%
24 months: +40%
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