A strategic interoperability collaboration has been made by leading crypto-based entities, BlockCerts Blockchain, and NextHash. The partnership has been put into effect to allow token-based entities to indulge in listing and exchange activities across both the platform networks.
According to the official announcement, the team-up will be aimed to facilitate an array of activities, including token offering, smart contracts, authentication work involving KYC, business, and enterprise capital. The highly anticipated partnership has paved the way for blockchain utility token listing for all the business enterprises in the niche.
The companies will get a fair chance to build, list, operate and manage their tokenized decentralized businesses via the Nexinter Exchange platform. The trading platform will render the users with an opportunity to efficiently list and initiate trading of the tokenized modules as well as trigger validation and authentication of customers across the legal parameters. The users will also be able to employ the BlockCerts tools and services offered by the reputed platform.
The BlockCerts blockchain network will foster through KYC and utility token compliance for the businesses while the Nexinter exchange will validate the offerings, tokens, and blockchain services across other blockchains.
The partnership with BlockCerts Blockchain allows us to ensure that only authenticated business models and authorized traders and investors are interacting on the Nexinter platform. We are committed to meeting evolving regulatory frameworks around the world, and with our exchange’s unique models, coupled with BlockCerts’ powerful Blockchain-based FinTech tools such as KYC and AML, we have created an exceptional new environment to model the future of token offerings, operations, and capital formation,
quoted Daniele Mensi, the CEO of NextHash.
The BlockCerts.com network will work in sync with NextHash to ensure compliance and security in local wallets. It will operate on mobile and desktop for every operating system.
Tim Vasko, the Founder, and CEO of BlockCerts.com stated that
Businesses and users will be able to use blockchain to run their businesses with 100% confidence and security, by holding their own private keys, authenticating their identity and transactions, and de-identifying at their discretion. This is in line with regulations like GDPR, as well as emerging blockchain compliance models around the world.
Vasko added that
NextHash and Nexinter have created an amazing approach to capital formation through Utility Token, emerging Security Token, and IEO listings, and in a solid, compliant format for a new level of capital access and formation for business.
BlockCerts is also gearing up to launch the first blockchain-based BlockCerts marketplace on November 11, 2019, at the yearly organized Singapore Fintech Festival.