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OmiseGo is an e-wallet and payment platform operating across currencies and assets. OmiseGo operates in Thailand, Japan, Singapore, and Indonesia. The company’s goal is to create a platform where a person can cash in and out without a bank account. The ROI involved with investing in OMG is based on how many transactions take place on the OmiseGo blockchain.
As stated before, the ROI for an OmiseGo investment will grow as more people opt to transact using the OMG token.
Since two of the board members are Ethereum developers, Vitalik Buterin and Gavin Wood, it’s no surprise that the OmiseGo blockchain will be closely integrated into the Ethereum mainnet. In their whitepaper, it is stated that they will solve settlement time, fees, transparency, security, and finality.
With the team that they have formed, OmiseGo should be making waves in the coming years. With that being said, OmiseGo has set out to accomplish quite a lofty goal: enable financial inclusion while disrupting existing institutions.
Just because you put together a team of winners does not mean you will create a winning team. With that being said, the public has taken well to OMG as the token price has increased steadily. They want to become the cryptocurrency of choice within Southeast Asia so we will see if they can realize that goal.