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About JOC Project

The Japan Open Chain (JOC) project is a project aimed at making people's lives more convenient through blockchain technology.

Growth of the Project

JOC is operated by domestic and international companies, technology companies, as well as partners with a global community ownership. We are expanding our network to include Japan and the rest of the world.

  • Operating Partner(Validator)

    Validates the transaction data on Japan Open Chain.

  • Development Partner

    Partners to develop and optimize Japan Open Chain.

    Interoperability Provider

    Index Service Provider

  • Stablecoin

    After the legal revisions in Japan in 2023, the foundation to issue stablecoins by banks has been established. We collaborate with the Japanese banks to provide the nex-gen financial system to users.

    About Stablecoins
  • JOC Token Holder

    We are planning to conduct an Initial Exchange Offering in 2024. Following the IEO, token holders can support JOC by holding the JOC token. The JOC token functions as a cryptocurrency and incurs a usage fee (gas fee) for transactions conducted on the Japan Open Chain.

    About JOC Token
  • Users

    JOC can be utilized across a wide variety of industries, providing benefits to users. Anyone around the world can join the JOC network.

    FinanceRegional RevitalizationTelecommunicationDistributionManufactureGame & EntertainmentMarketing

Stablecoin Project

We're developing our stablecoin project as part of the JOC projects to achieve fast transactions with transaction fees of less than 1 yen.

About IEO

IEO (Initial Exchange Offering) is a method used by blockchain projects to raise funds. We plan to launch IEO in 2024, and you will have the opportunity to  get and use JOC token.

This token is currently not available for purchase or sale to anyone within Japan until it goes through the Initial Exchange Offering (IEO)
process with a registered cryptocurrency exchange approved by the Financial Services Agency (FSA).

JOC Founder

  • Daimei Inaba

    After a corporate account manager at a major commercial bank, he took on roles at Japan Risk Data Bank Co., Ltd. as the Vice President and Representative Director. He was responsible for developing credit risk models and AI, as well as planning and developing solutions for banks. In 2020, he founded G.U. Technologies Inc. and assumed the position of CEO.

  • Hidekazu Kondo

    After working at Sony Corporation, he founded Lunascape Corporation, a provider of web browser services. In 2020, he founded G.U. Technologies Inc. and assumed the position of CTO. He was recognized as a Super Creator under the IPA Exploratory Software Creation Project in 2004 and was selected as one of the "100 People to Rebuild Japan" by AERA magazine in 2011.