Piggycell, an IoT-based blockchain platform focused on Charge To Earn (C2E) services, has received investment from Internet Computer (ICP) and joined its Olympus accelerator program.

The project integrates with Korea's leading power bank sharing service, Piggycell, boasting over 3 million users.

Supported by ICP's accelerator, which includes major investors like Fenbushi Capital and Softbank Vision Fund, Piggycell aims to scale globally and enhance blockchain innovation.

CEO Jake Park of ICP HUB Korea emphasised full support for Piggycell's growth, aiming to demonstrate ICP's technology through this partnership.

Piggycell plans to conduct closed beta testing (CBT) and launch its platform officially within the year, marking a significant step towards mainstream blockchain adoption and real-world applications.