Singapore based XinFin unveiled the first of its kind Hybrid Blockchain protocol architecture for enterprise adoption for global trade and finance market, opens sale of it’s utility tokens.
(For Immediate Release) XinFin unveiled its Hybrid Blockchain network, powered by the XDC protocol. The XDC protocol enables real world enterprises to work with Blockchain and digital assets ecosystem with a network architecture that combines best features of public blockchains and private networks. The XDC protocol has been architected to make it compliant with laws of the land and can work purely as a messaging layer for existing and approved payment mechanisms in any country.
The ERC20 utility token XDCE is hosted on decentralised ethereum Ecosystem and will let global enterprises work with XDC Protocol. The XDCE utility tokens are now available through it’s public ICO. The utility tokens will help get access to the XDC protocol and its subnetworks by hosting XDC masternodes.
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XinFin raised over USD 1.5 million in a private sale in July-August 2017 and utilized the funds to build it’s XDC hybrid blockchain protocol and the tradefinex.org app meant for bridging the global infrastructure deficit. Over a half a dozen PoCs have been completed on the XinFin network and the proceeds from current round of token sale will be used to extend the PoCs into sizeable pilot projects with enterprises and institutions around the world. The funds will also be utilized for ecosystem development and masternodes proliferation of the XinFin network amongst institutions.
“The major hurdles for mainstream adoption of Blockchain ecosystem is the power intensive mining process, highly congested trust less networks, security and scalability. The XDC protocol is designed considering real world applications in global trade and finance. It has also been designed to make sure the enterprises that work with XDC protocol can work with full regulatory compliance.” Said Alex Mathbeck, head of marketing at XinFin.