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Ooooh, two things I love: liquor and blockchain. So Baijiu liquor is becoming more popular in countries outside China so this identity verification project using NEM/Mijin will give Jian Nan Chun an advantage in the export market. I'll chat more tomorrow in Inside NEM about it!
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CHAMPOPO Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
Ooh! Looks interesting!
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Inside NEM Jan 3
Replying to @hadochampopo
I know, right? I've seen NEM and Mijin use cases from everything from nuclear power plants to grains/food supply to gaming. Now liquor. Works for me!
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CHAMPOPO Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
Good news for me as well!!!
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Inside NEM Jan 3
In celebration, we need to have and create a custom drink in honor of this awesome case study! Amirite ?
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Rin, MIZUNASHI@JK17 Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
Because it was in Japanese, I thought that people outside Japan would not notice. Are you translating Japanese? lol
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Inside NEM Jan 3
Replying to @minarin_ @cryptoZZ
Rin, my friend. I'm ALWAYS chatting with our global NEM team so they let me know when cool stuff is about to happen. I think this case study is particularly cool. (Side note: I am trying to learn Japanese! I was spoiled by when I was there last month. I love Japan.)
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Rin, MIZUNASHI@JK17 Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM @cryptoZZ
Because Japanese is unique, I think it is very difficult, but please do its best! I do not feel at ease as I study English, and I am very embarrassed. Foreigners who can speak Japanese often have animation lovers. They are trying hard to understand Japanese animation in Japanese.
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CHAMPOPO Jan 3
I'm visiting this month and I'd request for this thing to happen as well!!
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John Galt Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
need to test this liquor
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Inside NEM Jan 3
Replying to @getcoinnews
Challenge accepted! ;)
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Inside NEM Jan 3
Replying to @minarin_ @cryptoZZ
I get embarrassed too as I struggle to pronounce words in Japanese but I've decided who cares! I'd rather connect with our community. Google translate is pretty good for helping me get the basics of conversations on Twitter. I appreciate you trying, Rin!
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CHAMPOPO Jan 3
Point is, don't be embarrassed and just say what you want as long as its meaning can be conveyed even in its simplest form! 正直に言うと、片言でも伝えれば良いんだよ!
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NEM FOREVER Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
Wha does it taste like?🤶
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Rin, MIZUNASHI@JK17 Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM @cryptoZZ
I am doing character-based exchanges in all Google translations. (Because English can not catch pronunciation. Sometimes "Your English is incomprehensible", but somehow work is established. lol
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clout Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM
You would gorgeous.. when we getting a drink is the better question
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clout Jan 3
Kampaii 🥂 cheers in Japanese
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ザ・ニンヂャ Jan 3
Replying to @Inside_NEM @minarin_
You're always welcome here and we still have many things to do here☺
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