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KYN Capital Group Announces Token and NFT Creation to Koinfold Pay 2.0 and the Physical Debit Card

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KYN Capital Group Inc.

KYN Capital Group Inc.

CARSON CITY, NV, Jan. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire – KYN Capital Group (OTC:KYNC) is pleased to announce Token and NFT creation availability to Koinfold Pay 2.0 and the Physical debit card.

NFT creation is backed by seamless integration directly from Koinfold 2.0 to HyperMint. In addition, we have also added MultiChain, an extended open source fork of Bitcoin which is the ultimate cross-chain router protocol for WEB3. This will facilitate the bridging of over 3,000 different crypto assets in our Platform.

Users will receive a shipped physical debit card to make digital payments in the analog world with full functionality for both domestic and international transactions. Additional functionality will include the ability to lock the card while reissuing lost cards, and PIN controls. In addition, our customers will be able to customize their wallet and have access on-demand and the ability to Tokenize your card for a touchless experience with access to Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.

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