FLETACHAIN and KardiaChain Join Hands for Interoperability

Decentralized app development platform FLETACHAIN announced on Wednesday that it has joined hands with hybrid blockchain solutions network KardiaChain. In the official tweet, FLETACHAIN said that the partnership is aimed towards exploring interoperability between the two blockchain networks, and their mutual ecosystem expansion in South and East Asia. 

KardiaChain also confirmed the development, and stated that it was excited to partner with a project endorsed by the Government of South Korea. This will be KardiaChain’s second major collaboration with a South Korean company, the first one being with the country’s IT giant LG CNS. 

In a Medium post, FLETACHAIN mentioned that, as per their agreement, the two networks will work together for a mutual ecosystem integrated for interoperability, which will allow FLETA coin holders to use their tokens on KardiaChain, once the mainnet goes live. Also, both the network will share their decentralized applications and use cases to further strengthen the integrated ecosystem. Moreover, FLETA tokens will also be traded on the KardiaChain DEX.

Both the networks have emphasized the importance of education, and have partnered with universities in South Korea and Vietnam. This will enable endorsement and educational implementation of blockchain technology, which will help them to expand the education ecosystem. The two networks intend to build a dedicated public education system to impart the knowledge of blockchain technology.

FLETA also added that the partnership with KardiaChain represents collaboration of blockchain networks in their countries, which will also help them in creating awareness and influence in their respective nations.

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