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The Asia Blockchain Community, a brand operated under Blockcast.cc will be hosting an AMA session with Crosswise on 3 December 2021, 8.00 pm Singapore time (GMT +8) on its Telegram channel, https://t.me/Blockcastcommunity.
Crosswise is the next-gen cross-chain Decentralized Exchange (DEX) building a seamless DeFi user experience. Crosswise bridges the gap between centralized and decentralized exchanges, aiming to bring together the best of both worlds. Crosswise is committed to it’s users and brings back customer service and support to the DeFi space.
DeFi is relatively new and packed with untapped utility. Crosswise is extending DEX functionality, tightening security and vetting, adding trading and portfolio tracking tools, as well as bringing back customers support, to enhance the overall DEX experience. Our native CRSS token has been carefully designed with sustainability in mind, benefitting from ample deflationary mechanisms to ensure price stability.
“Let’s meet Frederic Beeg, CEO/Founder of Crosswise this Friday. He has built an industry-leading digital marketplace for video game distribution and created several successful brands on Amazon. I want to see how his experiences can change the DeFi market.” John Kim, Editor of Blockcast.cc said.
The Asia Blockchain Community (ABC) is a community based and run by volunteers in Asia. ABC understands the market well and is supported by a panel of blockchain and crypto experts and influencers. The community has hosted more than 50 projects in recent months.
You can find out more about them at https://crosswise.finance/.
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