BTCurrencies.com is extremely hopeful about XinFin ICO which is dedicated to improving international trade and finance sector by eliminating the efficiencies through unique hybrid blockchain technology.
Singapore, March 8th, 2018: Great News for cryptocurrency investors involved in international trade. As per the reports from leading cryptocurrency news portal BTCurrencies.com, a new ICO has been launched with a focus on the development of global trade and finance. Titled as XinFin, the latest ICO represents an exclusive Hybrid Blockchain technology platform which is dedicated to eliminating inefficiencies in international trade and financing.
The XinFin blockchain is uniquely powered by XDC01 Protocol that represents a fork of Ethereum and Quorum. This state of the art hybrid architecture stands out with its exclusive blend of both public and private blockchains – which eventually makes it scalable, secure as well as lightning fast.
The XinFin ICO will end on March 15, 2018, and the token price point is –
1ETH= 133000 XDCE
A report from BTCurrencies.com stated:
XinFin is one of the most promising developments in the latest cryptocurrency space and it’s a great thing that the platform is looking forward to improve the condition of global trade and financial ecosystem. The hybrid blockchain portal represents a highly secure, scalable, permissioned and commercial-grade blockchain architecture which is dedicated to remove the inefficiencies plaguing the current international trade & financing field. XinFin will also assist institutions with real time settlement and facilitate cross border smart contracts. Those who are somehow involved with global trade will greatly benefit from the ongoing XDCE ICO.
As per reports from International Chamber of Commerce, global trade flow is predicted to grow at 4.3% annual rate and will reach $1`9 trillion by 2020. Such a situation invokes huge demand for infrastructure support. In fact, global infrastructure investment requirements are scheduled to reach around $3.7 trillion a year now. The problem is a lot of factors are limiting infrastructure development related to international trade and finance. These include traditional nature of infrastructure investments, limitations of traditional providers, lack of perfect global financial marketplace, cross-border latencies and so on.
Peter Yeo, the co-founder of XinFin, stated:
Blockchain is an efficiency improvement tool when it comes to addressing the lack of infrastructure development plaguing the global trade sector today. The unique hybrid blockchain technology of XinFin facilitates further improvement in efficiency with its powerful next-generation financing mechanism – that will duly complement the existent financial ecosystem seamlessly. We are dedicated to make the best of fast-evolving permissioned blockchain, XDC01 protocol, with spontaneous participation from financiers, governments, buyers, regulators, suppliers and communities to close the international trade and finance deficit.
The XDCE token is a swappable ERC20 token that carries a broad range of perks for traders, institution-level partners, and private investors. However, the token will be most beneficial for traders as it will enable them to compete strongly against other regular ERC20 across various exchange boards. Such a system only makes XinFin’s reach even more versatile in the current Crypto space.
Our XDCE token will be made available and tradable on most of the exchanges. It will eventually help traders with high volume and fast trades on multiple exchanges.
Interested investors can contribute to the XDCE ICO with ETH, BTC, BCH, and XRP. For more information about the platform and ICO please visit https://xinfin.io
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