ABBC Reveals New CTO, Forms Partnership with UbiFun for Aladdin25 Development
ABBC Foundation recently inked a strategic partnership with UbiFun, a mobile platform development firm based in South Korea. Consequently, the partnership officially cements the appointment of UbiFun’s CEO Stanley Park as ABBC Foundation’s CTO from now on.
UbiFun is an award-winning game development platform which began in 2002. Formerly called Copersons, UbiFun has already partnered with reputable organizations like Kakao Corporation and Cogame, and launched various games such as Sky Hero Duribun, Dekaron, Hoola, and more. It received an award the Korea Association of Information and Telecommunication in 2008, and it has since then been expanding to develop digital platforms other than mobile games. You may visit their website here!
This partnership is critical to the success of Aladdin25 shopping mall, the biggest project ABBC Foundation has to date. UbiFun will be the official testing partner of the platform. Stanley’s first official task as the new CTO of the foundation is to manage the online shopping platform’s overall testing phase, which will last for at least a few weeks, and which will be held in South Korea.
Aladdin25 has been in its testing phase for months, and ABBC Foundation hopes that this ongoing testing will prove fruitful. The shopping mall platform is good to go, and the foundation is taking the extra mile in ensuring a seamless shopping experience for cryptocurrency users.
As mentioned above, Stanley will join CEO Jason Daniel Paul Philip in steering the direction of ABBC Foundation to revolutionize the eCommerce industry through the use of blockchain technology.
According to ABBC Foundation CEO Jason Daniel Paul Philip:
“We are beaming with joy as we see all of our efforts come to fruition. It’s all coming together, and we cannot be more honored of collaborating with our South Korean brothers at UbiFun. I am exceedingly proud to welcome Stanley as our foundation’s CTO moving forward.”