Hailed as a high-potential decentralized portal facilitating easy payment transactions, Request.Network has announced a strategic partnership with Indacoin, a fiat-to-crypto exchange gateway supporting a diverse collection of crypto tokens. The collaboration between the firms will pave the way for the launch of new decentralized solutions that will encourage crypto mass adoption. The team released an official Twitter post highlighting the partnership development:
Get ready for our first #giveaway in 2021!
We're starting with $3000 prize fund💥💥💥
Check the details here👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/vNCx5caaXw
— Indacoin (@Indacoin) February 4, 2021
The official tweet gave a special mention about the whopping $3000 prize fund for crypto lovers. Customers have to follow some simple steps to take part in the promotional event. These include:
- Like the post and RT
- Follow the official accounts of Indacoin and RequestNetwork
- Tag three friends
- Reply with the 50 INDA invoice provided by the RequestNetwork
According to the report, Indacoin and Request.Network will put in their joint services in various spheres, including marketing of products, technical developments, and innovations. A special emphasis will be given to DeFi solutions and crypto invoicing in and across the industrial domain. The users will enjoy streamlined INDA invoice issuance in a few simple clicks. Customers will be able to spend their loyalty bonuses securely. Also, Request.Network will expand its potential to a bigger audience pool spread across +170 countries.
The CBDO of Indacoin, Guilherme Jovanovic, stated they are satisfied to team-up with Request.Network. The firms will further their objective with a strong customer base and a constant drive to strengthen decentralization and increase the popularity of crypto amongst new customers by building trust. The co-founder of Request.Network, Christophe L affirmed that the partnership would support the open finance facility in the payments domain.
Founded in 2013 in London, Indacoin is a secured exchange channel that supports more than 200 crypto tokens. The portal facilitates transactions with VISA and Mastercard and offers high-end security and transparency. It verifies the identity of the customer before executing the transaction and quickly facilitates coin transfer.
The Request.Network is similar to PayPal but uses decentralization for payment settlements. It is supported by Y Combinator, a startup accelerator firm. The portal runs on the ERC-20 REQ token, which provides stability and strength to the hub.