CROSSTECH and the Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU), a member of the Arab League, headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and co-founder Tokuro Uhara, have announced that the CROSSVALUE Chain has been adopted as the digital infrastructure for the Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU), headquartered in Cairo. The Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU, headquartered in Cairo), which is part of the Arab League, has announced that the CROSSVALUE Chain will be adopted as a digital infrastructure for the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economic Cooperation (ATC), which will connect the region through a digital infrastructure. Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC), which will connect the region through digital infrastructure.
The announcement of the partnership was made at a press conference hosted by the Arab Women Investors Coalition held in Cairo on October 16, attended by the Ambassador of Japan to Egypt, ambassadors of other countries, government officials and business representatives.
In addition, Ms. Moufarrige made a presentation on Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) at the International Investment Conference organized by the Arab Women Investors Coalition, which will be held in Cairo and Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, from October 30 to November 3, 2012. We will make a presentation about the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) at the International Investment Conference organized by the Arab Women Investors Coalition in Cairo and Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, to attract leading private companies, state-owned companies, and government agencies from various countries as nodes of the CROSSVALUE Chain.
Arab-Africa Tokenized Economic Cooperation (ATEC) Inauguration
In order to deepen ties between the Arab-African and global markets, in September 2023, the Arab Women Investors Coalition, with the aim of promoting cultural and economic exchange between Asia and Egypt, has concluded a Cultural and Economic Exchange Partnership with the Isis Committee, a non-profit organization with many years of experience and achievements in cultural and economic exchange between Egypt and Japan, including the invitation of the 2012 Tutankhamen exhibition to Japan The partnership will be implemented in concrete terms.
In order to implement this partnership, the concept of Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) was conceived as a measure to increase commercial flow between the Arab-African region and Japan and global markets. The partnership between CROSSTECH and the Arab Women Investors Coalition was officially launched with the adoption of the CROSSVALUE chain as the digital infrastructure.
What is the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economic Cooperation (ATEC)
Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) is the name of a digital economic zone that promotes cooperation and collaboration between the Arab-African region and global markets including Japan by promoting the visualization of assets and information in the Arab-African region using blockchain and tokens, which is considered a high barrier to business entry due to its lack of accurate information.
The Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) makes the Fourth World visible and creates global business opportunities.
ATEC will provide an open-source digital infrastructure based on blockchain technology to facilitate business and information exchange with the rich resources (natural resources, assets, human resources, information, etc.) in the Africa-Arab region, which until now has been considered a high barrier to business entry. We will provide an open-source blockchain-based digital infrastructure to the region.
By having ATEC member companies, organizations, and government agencies participate in the network as CROSSVALUE Chain nodes, the accuracy and permanence of data storage associated with tokenized Real World Asset can be mutually assured, and a strong and open network can be established based on cooperation among members. ATEC is a blockchain-based digital network.
ATEC will establish a common standard for issuing Real World Assets on a blockchain-based digital infrastructure, and ATEC members will be able to create new business through voluntary participation in setting the standard and providing liquidity to the platform.
Press Conference hosted by the Arab Women Investors Coalition
A press conference hosted by the Arab Women Investors Coalition on October 16 in Cairo was attended by ambassadors, business representatives, and government officials, and featured the announcement of the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC), along with the announcement of the annual meeting of the Arab Women Investors Coalition.
CROSSTECH DMCC Co-founder / CSO Tanimoto
Omedia CEO / Dr. Suzan Al-Qalini
Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Egypt / Mr.Elkhan Polukhov
Ambassador of Japan to Egypt / Mr.Oka Hiroshi
President, Arab Women Investors Union / Dr. Hoda Yassa
Ambassador of Egypt to Serbia / Mr. Miroslav Shestovic
Former Advisor to President Mubarak and Professor at Cairo University / General Dr.Ahmed Abd Allah
Chairman of the Energy Committee of the Union of Arab Women Investors / Mr. Ali Zain Al-Abidin
Group photo of Arab Women Investors Coalition members and participants
Arab-Africa Tokenized Economic Cooperation (ATEC) Announcement and Call for Nodes at the Union of Arab Women Investors Annual Meeting
Starting with an opening ceremony at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo on October 30, CROSSTECH will give a presentation on the overall structure and infrastructure functions of the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) at a conference in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, where COP 27 was held in 2023 from October 31 to November 3.
Conference event: Arab-Africa Investment and International Cooperation for Development
October 30, Opening Ceremony
Venue: Arab League Headquarters
October 31-November 3: Conference
Venue: International Conference Hall, Sharm El Sheikh
*CROSSTECH will make a presentation on the 31st.
Organizer: Arab Women Investors Union
Cooperation: Business Women Association for Development
Supported by: The Council of Arab Economic Unity of the Arab League
Egyptian Cabinet, Ministry of Defense and Military Production, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Tourism and Archaeology, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Social Solidarity, Ministry of Defense and Arab Economic Unity Council Hospital, South Sinai Governorate, Association of NGO Organizations, Egypt Air
ATEC Future Development
The Arab-Africa Tokenized Economic Cooperation (ATEC), which is based on the CROSSVALUE Chain blockchain infrastructure, is inviting members at the annual meeting of the Union of Arab Women Investors, October 30 - November 3, 2012. CROSSTECH CSO Tanimoto will present the details and call for nodes.
The Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC) will then be announced in Japan and other countries, and the call for nodes will take place at the same time.
After the initial node participants of the CROSSVALUE Chain are confirmed, discussions will be held on specific business arrangements within or among the members of the Arab-Africa Tokenized Economy Cooperation (ATEC).
About the Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU)
The Arab Women Investors Union (AWIU), an international organization under the Arab League, founded by its Founder and President, Dr. Hoda, has been committed since the early 2000s to strengthening ties in Arab relations by revitalizing the role of the business community and investors in the Arab countries and Africa The AWIU aims to strengthen the role of Arab women, promote the development of economic relations among Arab countries, and enrich the economic and social role for the advancement of women and society.The AWIU includes 32 Arab and African countries and operates according to a mechanism of specialized committees, including 33 committees. The AWIU's goals and mission include several economic-building support aspects, including the utilization of the latest global technologies while encouraging Arab-African investors to establish joint projects with foreign partnerships. Africa, including efforts to attract foreign capital to Africa, support for joint Arab organizations through the Arab League and other social institutions, and coordination between investment firms and members of lending institutions in Arab and African countries. There is also an emphasis on the role of the business community in economic sustainability and the sustained pursuit of social and economic peace and stability in the Arab-African region.
Official website: https://awiu.net/
What is CROSSVALUE Chain?
CROSSVALUE Chain is the name of the project and the name of the blockchain that "tokenizes everything and enables seamless value exchange.
CROSSVALUE chain is an L1 blockchain integrating autonomous decentralized storage for asset tokenization (Real World Asset), which is difficult to achieve with existing blockchains, integrating tokens and data associated with tokens, and avoiding misdirection of tokens on-chain and It is a blockchain infrastructure that enables the issuance and management of true digital assets by resolving at the protocol level the integration of tokens and associated data, which is difficult to achieve with existing blockchains, as well as the avoidance of hacking during on-chain token misdirection and custody.