MarketAcross and Turingum announce strategic partnership for H Cryptocurrency scrgruppen

Tel Aviv, Israel / Tokyo, Japan (XX September 2023) – MarketAcross, the global leader in blockchain PR and marketing, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Turingum, a leading Japanese Web3 company focused on business consulting, token design, DeFi, and smart contract development. This partnership enables MarketAcross and Turingum to help global Web3 projects expand into the Japanese market and vice versa, seizing opportunities in the rapidly evolving cryptocurrency landscape.

The strategic partnership will enable Turingum and MarketAcross to enhance brand value and seize new business opportunities by providing each other’s services and expanding their client base. Through MarketAcross, Turingum will secure a way to work with global companies and help expand opportunities for cryptocurrency projects seeking to enter the Japanese market. On the other hand, MarketAcross will provide increased access to PR and marketing opportunities for Japanese projects and establish a long-term presence in Asia.

Together they will provide companies with the essential tools and knowledge needed to make informed decisions regarding their Web3 strategy when entering a new market. Turingum provides Web3 business consulting services to Japanese companies, while its core business supports projects involving tokens.

This collaboration gives Turingum clients access to the PR and marketing expertise of the same MarketAcross team that has helped scale many of the world’s largest exchanges and blockchain projects, including Binance, Polkadot, Solana, Polygon,, Huobi, and eToro. Japanese projects aspiring to go global can benefit from MarketAcross’s expertise in PR, content marketing, brand reputation, social promotions, influencer outreach (KoL), SEO, community growth, and more.

MarketAcross is closely linked to the Japanese Web3 ecosystem, and works closely with the country’s #1 public network Astar Network. It was also the official media partner of two of Japan’s largest Web3 events, WebX and IVS Crypto, earlier this year. MarketAcross managed the pre- and post-event marketing and PR efforts for both WebX and IVS Crypto, brought in notable speakers, and helped raise the profile of these prestigious events around the world.

Japan has emerged as a lucrative market for global Web3 projects. As the United States and other Western countries struggle to provide regulatory clarity, Japan has made Web3 part of its national strategy that encourages the adoption of blockchain technology while prioritizing investor protection. At the WebX conference in July, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida acknowledged the importance of Web3 in shaping the country’s digital future and reiterated his commitment to improving the environment for using Web3 tokens.

About Turingcom

Turingum is a leading Japanese Web3 technology company focused on token design, decentralized finance (DeFi), and smart contract development. With deep knowledge of the Japanese Web3 industry, it provides Web3 business consulting, blockchain system development, and NFT/SBT issuance services, as well as token issuance and listing from both technical and financial perspectives. Turingum has planned and managed numerous projects in Japan and abroad, providing support from the planning stage to the operation stage.

For more information about Thuringom, visit: website | Twitter

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MarketAcross is the world’s leading blockchain PR and marketing firm. It provides an integrated and comprehensive marketing solution for blockchain companies around the world. MarketAcross has helped many of the largest exchanges and blockchain projects in the industry, including Polkadot, Solana, Binance, Polygon,, Huobi, and eToro, build their brands among cryptocurrency and blockchain audiences.

For more information about MarketAcross, visit: website | Twitter | LinkedIn


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