Elrond Initiates Cooperation With Nash — a platform for decentralized cryptographic trade and payment service creation
St. JULIANS, MALTA and VADUZ, LICHTENSTEIN — 28th March , 2019 — Elrond Ltd, the technology company developing a scalable and more efficient blockchain platform, is proud to announce a cooperation agreement with Nash — a platform for decentralized cryptographic trade and payment service creation.
Nash, (formerly known as NEX) is a decentralized finance platform made for exchanging digital assets, interaction with cryptocurrency wallets, and browser-based blockchain-powered web-app development. Nash also introduced the world’s first fully regulatory compliant exchange security token.
Elrond and Nash, aim to jointly explore the potential integration of Elrond blockchain platform and tokens (ERD) into the Nash payment platform, allowing their users and clients the possibility to trade and acquire ERD tokens across different platforms. Additionally, Elrond and Nash aim to join efforts to further develop and research interoperability as one of the main connecting bridges for the ecosystem.
Furthermore, Elrond and Nash are also expressing their interest in exploring other, but not limited to, potential use cases, related to blockchain technologies, payments, and privacy.
Beniamin Mincu, CEO and Founder of Elrond, commented: “We are excited to partner up with Nash given their innovative platform, which will bring even more flexibility to crypto traders and holders. This represents a significant milestone for Elrond as this partnership enables DEX integration once our network is launched. We consider this the first in many steps towards the adoption of our technology and we look forward to a fruitful cooperation.“
Fabio Canesin, Co-Founder of Nash: “We have been in constant conversation and watching Elrond’s progress closely for almost a year. We are happy to see the team is so close to testnet launch and are looking forward to full integration once both platforms are live. We believe this partnership will no doubt contribute to the adoption of our technologies.”