London Block Exchange Collaborates With DADI
The London Block Exchange (LBX) a cryptocurrency and bitcoin primary exchange announced the partnering of them and DADI. The decentralized DADI is a web-based platform, providing various services operating on the Ethereum Blockchain. The two companies are working together to create a blend of creative expertise, complimenting each other – with LBX giving the fiat transfer gateway needed to get customers currency in or out, while DADI Network makes it available for them to use dApps like API, Web and CDN to be used on the LBC ICO Website.
Through listing DADI Token, LBX will empower real world conversions of fiat currency and DADI for users who need to buy services from their network – providing an easy to open door to bring the platforms to mainstream businesses.
Throughout the nearing ICO happening in August – LBX is going to be using three different dApps which are considered vital to the DADI platform – DADI API, DADI Web, and DADI CDN. The applications are used for optimizing delivery performance throughout the LBC ICO, then give the company the ability to explore the benefits associated with using DADI tech on their exchange.
They’re happy to be working with the London Block Exchange to deliver endless transaction for DADI network users and support the English talent pool. DADI tech will be used to provide power to another ICO, once the success of their own is a bonus of sorts. The teams are said to be looking forward to working with each other.
LBX is excited to be working in conjunction with the UK’s biggest leaders in the startup tech seen, showing that their technology can hold up in the environment. Through the offering about to take place, the first DADI-GBP pairing, they can help stimulate the growth of their organizations in new markets for both companies, institutional and retail customers will both love the new utility token apparently.
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