AGRICHAINCOIN PARTNERS WITH COXENA AND COIN TRADE BASE TO CREATE ITS FIRST LIQUIDITY CHANNELS

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In a bid to make plans for its post sales, Agrichaincoin partners with the fast growing exchange, Coxena, while it rounds off the first phase of its Initial Stake Offering.

As we are always excited about the journey ahead and the progress we have made in executing the groundworks to deliver awesome products, we feel having a channel which allows AGN tokens to be exchanged for various digital assets (both crypto and non-crypto) is instrumental; Coxena (and Coin Trade Base) is a high quality partner, considering its awesome features, which range from security to a simplified user interface, in that regard.

Coxena is a secured and trusted digital-to-fiat, peer-to-peer exchange which connects buyers and sellers for seamless transactions.

On Coxena and after Agrichaincoin’s token sales, users will be able to exchange their AGN tokens for fiat currencies, Gift Card, Amazon Card, Bitcoin, Ethereum (and other Altcoins), etc. In addition, as Coin Trade Base (a decentralized exchange, and one of Coxena’s products) will be released soon, we believe securing this partnership is a right step in the right direction as users will be able to convert their AGN tokens to other cryptocurrecies and cryptotokens on Agrichaincoin’s agric-produce and lending platform.

As we may all know, crypto industry is a multi-asset industry. However, users won’t have to follow complicated processes to switch among different crypto assets on the platform having integrated Coin Trade Base; just in a twinkling of an eye, the conversion is done!

We,indeed, had a great time discussing the visions of both companies while securing the partnership and the future smiles at what is imminent in that regard.

ABOUT AGRICHAINCOIN:

Agrichaincoin is an agricultural supply-chain platform that connects potential buyers and sellers using blockchain and Internet of Things technology.

The use of distributed ledger technology eliminates the need for intermediaries such as trading houses and banks and ensures more streamlined logistics.

It aims to reduce the 30% (50% in developing countries) loss of value of bulk commodities, which is attributed to inefficient supply chains while ensuring data visibility for financiers.

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