We are taking on the challenges of the $45bn cosplay industry using the power of blockchain technology, and our very own Cosplay Token (COT) which is to become the de-facto currency of the cosplay economy.
Now We Have a Cure.
Players will be able to create and distribute their own personalised coin.
These coins can be used to tip, make purchases, and allow cosplayers to develop deeper relationships with their fans.
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With extensive experience in engineering, business development, and marketing
the experts behind Cosplay Token have one thing in common
- a passion for cosplay.
Founder & CEO
Upon graduation from University, Junichiro joined USEN Corp. and received freshman MVP award. Involved in many new business launches from infrastructure, video to Cross-media. After his tenure at Sony Network Communications Co., Ltd., he joined subsidiary of an American company, Kamcord which provides video sharing service for smartphones, and he launched a Japanese corporation and operate business. When he met people who enjoy cosplay in the U.S., he saw big potential in cosplay market and decided to start up a company. He founded Cure Inc. in February 2017, assuming the role of CEO.
Extensive experience in business development. After 4 years of developing new national clients as ad sales at media company, he has engaged in acquiring video contents and contentsâ€™ rights alliance in broadcasting industry for 6 years. Afterwards he worked for U.S. based video streaming platform as business development/partnership manager. He joined Cure Inc. as an executive officer in Feb. 2018.
Before integration of Cure WorldCosplay, he was operating the website. He enjoys cosplay himself, for well over 25 years. In order to spread â€œcosplay in motion,â€ he carries the show in cosplay stage. He also makes effort for international exchanges, and frequently visits to serve as a judge in Cosplay contest at overseas Anime events upon invitation. He provides comments on cosplay for media including TV, Internet, newspapers, and magazines, and also engaged in promoting cosplay.
After his time as an editor for game-related publishers, he meets Otaku culture at Foreign startup and enters cosplay-sphere. By being in touch with YouTubers and Nico video hosts, he became enchanted by Japanese pop culture, and changes his career to join Cosplay industry he always had a keen interest in. Currently he covers cosplay-related events, and assumes role of communicating with cosplayers.
After studying abroad, Yuuki joined a Game company upon finishing University. Then she handles back office and marketing tasks at foreign startups, as well as interpreting with headquarter for internal communication. Currently Yuki still handles back office and marketing tasks while translating articles and assuming role of contact person of cosplayers overseas.