$BURP** has secured a partnership with another investor to help to give the tools that enable to develop the easiest method to transact and store NFTs. CoinBurp is dedicated to helping anyone purchase their favourite NFTs whilst ensuring industry-level security and insurance on the CoinBurp app.
The roadmap CoinBurp published is highly ambitious and CoinBurp is determined to uphold the promise to deliver products to the community ahead of schedule and above expectations. It’s an exciting time for CoinBurp, the native governance token will soon launch, the full CeDeFi app and NFT game all coming in the next year.
So without further ado, let’s introduce one of the newest $BURP** partners: AU21!
Quote from AU21:
“We are thrilled to partner as they markedly enhance interoperability and user-friendliness across the cryptocurrency sector. Decentralized Finance investment opportunities and Non-Fungible Tokens have had an unprecedented rise, yet the complexity and risk of these products stunts the rate of their adoption. CoinBurp bilaterally connects elements of CeFi and DeFi to provide vastly improved transaction and custody of NFT assets, substantially lowering the inhibitions of potential crypto adoptees.”
AU21 Capital is the leading blockchain investment firm with a proven track record for guiding projects onto top exchanges and launchpads. Based out of Menlo Park, California, the team has years of Silicon Valley entrepreneurial experience mixed with a keen eye for finding top blockchain projects. Early investments for AU21 Capital include The Graph, Polkadot, Casper Labs, Covalent, Cere, Elrond, and more. Early exchange investments include Binance, Huobi, OKEx, and Gate.io.
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** The above tokens are issued by Cede Fields LTD (a company incorporated in the British Virgin Islands) and distributed by Kucoin and Gate.io.
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