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Global Digital Assets (GDA) partners with DigitalBits Ecosystem for Branded Cryptocurrency adoption

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Merchant Bank Global Digital Assets (GDA) is joining the DigitalBits ecosystem, the company announced today. The goal of the partnership is to further enterprise adoption for branded cryptocurrencies. GDA is the first North American merchant bank to focus on blockchain and digital assets.  It will provide the infrastructure for consumers, merchants, brands and payment providers to benefit from branded cryptocurrencies, including branded stablecoins.  

GDA and its subsidiaries have worked with fortune 500 companies, such as Toronto Dominion Bank, governments in North America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia, as well as some of the world’s largest digital ecosystems, such as TRX and the ONT networks.  Founded through the combination of MLG Blockchain and Secure Digital Markets, GDA bridges enterprise solutions with digital markets to accelerate the adoption of blockchain technology within mainstream society.  GDA will facilitate and support select enterprises focused on the generation and deployment of branded cryptocurrency solutions, inclusive of capital for the procurement of DigitalBits’ XDB tokens.    

Both companies want to help bring blockchain to the average user. GDA will focus on introducing branded cryptocurrencies to existing clients and enterprises alike, generating further support for the emerging asset category of branded stablecoins.      

“Brands and corporations may spur the next wave for banking the unbanked, and we believe that branded currencies may be the first glimpse of achieving this. With DigitalBits, we intend to bring this emerging asset category together with today’s digital banking solutions,” said GDA CEO Michael Gord.

Global Digital Assets is based in Toronto & New York City. It was founded during the combination of MLG Blockchain and Secure Digital Markets. The merchant bank offers a full-suite of services spanning from ventures and capital to markets and liquidity to provide end-to-end solutions to disruptive blockchain projects. Global Digital Assets’ management team has completed over three billion dollars of private placement or OTC transactions and has worked with a variety of firms ranging from family offices and HNWI, Fortune 100 enterprises, startups and global governments looking to accelerate their countries’ adoption of the blockchain.

DigitalBits is a blockchain protocol and network layer designed for consumer digital assets, specifically branded currencies. DigitalBits is focused on supporting innovators with driving enterprise adoption of cryptocurrency and its use in enhancing the consumer experience and corporate social responsibility initiatives. 

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Manufacturing Blockchain Company Syncfab Featured in NASDAQ Entrepreneurial Center’s Event in Times Square

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The NASDAQ Entrepreneurial Center hand-picked several advanced projects and companies to provide individualized mentorship and executive coaching in an effort to support tech startups working on various COVID-19 solutions. As part of the program, the NASDAQ Tower in Times Square broadcasted its Milestone Makers COVID-19 Solutions Cohort live last Wednesday.  

Time-tested communications and manufacturing supply chains have been significantly damaged this year due to the pandemic. This is why manufacturing blockchain company SyncFab was one of the headliners at the conference. Supply chains have become all but non-responsive, and innovative solutions are being prioritized.

SyncFab has built and launched an advanced blockchain platform for supporting smart supply chains and allowing users to source, procure, track, secure, and pay for precision spare parts. Led by Forbes Business Council Member Jeremy Goodwin, SyncFab brings real-time capacity savings opportunities alongside addressing the billion-dollar pain points in manufacturing supply chains. It connects automotive, aerospace, and medical manufacturers with more cost-effective suppliers using blockchain-secured transactions.

“In 2020 the time has finally arrived for industry to jettison the limitations of old-fashioned manual procurement processes,” said SyncFab CEO Jeremy Goodwin in his presentation during the conference. He added that “looking forward, we [SyncFab] will expand supplier coverage, add new supplier response incentive and purchase order programs, and continue to innovate post-procurement blockchain traceability features” to meet shifting needs in the industry.

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AllianceBlock & TTC join forces to build a globally compliant digital asset ecosystem in the Philippines

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AllianceBlock will work in tandem with TopJuan Tech Corporation to launch “a globally compliant digital asset  ecosystem in the Philippines,” the two companies announced in a press release. AllianceBlock is planning to launch a decentralized platform to automate the process of turning any digital asset into bankable security via an internationally recognized Individual Securities Identification Number (ISIN).

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TTC stands for TopJuan Tech Corporation, a financial technology company endorsed by the Central Bank of the Philippines (BSP) to incorporate as an E-money provider, remittance agent, and a virtual currency platform operator. TTC is an institutional gateway for digital banking and solutions for financial inclusion services. The TTC mobile app, Top Wallet, functions as a payment solution, digital asset wallet, and a partner gateway to the TTC ecosystem.

AllianceBlock and TTC hope to provide fully compliant digital asset access to the 106+ million people who live in the Philippines.  One of the pillars of the  partnership is “the development of a regulated sandbox in the Philippines to facilitate the creation of a range of compliant crypto structured products,” the companies said.

“Our partnership will allow regulated access to the Philippines for AllianceBlock to fulfill the growing demand for access to compliant digital asset investments in the Philippines through the AllianceBlock…

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AllianceBlock Completes TGE, Lists ALBT Token on Uniswap

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Big day for the Dutch-based AllianceBlock project today. After more than two years in development, the stealth mode is finally off.  AllianceBlock announced its completion of the Token Generation Event (TGE) . The newly generated AllianceBlock token (ALBT) was also instantly available on Uniswap – an automated liquidity protocol that has been gaining traction recently. Unlike centralized and most decentralized exchanges that match buy and sell orders to determine prices and execute trades, Uniswap uses a simple math equation and token pools, plus ETH to execute trades.

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Just weeks ago AllianceBlock reported wrapping up its private sale, which was 1,200% oversubscribed and helped raise $0.5 million. The next step for AllianceBlock is coding the platform and expanding the ecosystem.  The team is gearing up for the mainnet launch, which is set for the second quarter of 2021. The AllianceBlock platform is based on the Prometheus Protocol, which is a multi-layered architecture designed to solve some of the biggest problems of the traditional finance (TradFi) industry while funneling potentially trillions of dollars of traditional capital into the DeFi industry, the company says.

AllianceBlock is raising the bar high – it is building a “globally compliant decentralized capital market” by utilizing a blend of several decentralized technologies. To help bridge traditional markets and DeFi, the company is focusing on three cornerstone issues — compliance, security, and user experience, which are…

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