2019TELLUS team launched a heavy attack "Tlan2019"

As the saying goes, the tide of the times always tells us that there will always be a group of pioneers in the tide of the times. They will break through difficulties and obstacles and lead the era to a new climax with brand-new concepts!

Anyone who knows the block chain industry knows what to look at first.
Yes, the first is the project background, and TELLUS, as the largest block chain foundation in South Korea, Hashed, which is funded by Hashed, the largest block chain foundation in South Korea and strongly supported by UPbit, the second largest encrypted currency exchange in South Korea, has undoubtedly led many block chain projects in the world.

As an innovative technology in the new era, the technical level of a good block chain project is by no means ambiguous.
Therefore, in 2019, TELLUS team launched Tlan2019, which provides users with intelligent contract setting, intelligent contract triggering, automatic accounting, data link, data query and other services on the basis of block chain technology combined with Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, big data technology. With commercial advertising ecology as the core, Tlan2019 gradually accesses ticketing, cinema, entertainment and social networking. The application of self-Media and other fields will promote more efficient integration of resources in various fields, achieve a faster, more accurate, more convenient and intelligent technological environment, and realize the maximum benefit of input and output in the digital media industry.

Good projects always make outstanding contributions to society with great feelings!
TELLUS is committed to creating a global block chain ecosphere Tplan which integrates finance, service, information, advertising and game entertainment. It includes decentralized Tellus public chain + global digital asset payment wallet T-Pay + Tex digital asset exchange + TCA advertiser game financing system + Tellus coin to realize the convenience of Korean art platform. Tellus gold is the stable digital reserve. Money! The "TCA Advertiser Game Financing Plan", an important part of Tplan, has been helping to solve the problems of low efficiency, high cost, low coverage, narrow channels and inaccurate users of traditional commercial advertisements. It has launched its first voyage in Southeast Asia. It will be launched in June 2019 in South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia and Russia. At the same time, open public beta, build a global consensus, and then go online to the global first-line exchanges for Tellus market value promotion! And during the rapid development of TELLUS, in order to reward members of the co-construction project ecosystem, its mining system is in TCA Advertiser Game Finance System China to use user browsing advertising to get reward TELLUSCOIN way to return participants.

At the same time, Mr. RAY LIN, the founder of TELLUS and the head of China's special operations, will be the executive director of TPLan Asia-Pacific. He will work with Korea to build Tellus super-strong ecosystem and make outstanding contributions to the development of the block chain.

Therefore, a "dark horse project" with a strong background, pure technology and grand vision, which guarantees the interests of users and celebrities, is bound to become a leader and lead the industry of block chain to the rising sun, and gradually to a broader "oasis of block chain"!
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