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NFT Warehouse announces the official launch of NFTW Token on the Amendaex exchange. According to the Amendaex exchange, about 75 thousand investors across the entire network were snapping up NFTW Tokens during the peak period.
QuickFee, a leading payments solution partner for professional and commercial service providers, announces that it has integrated its payments and payment plan functionality with Xero, one of the fastest-growing cloud-based accounting software companies globally.
Net Savings Link, Inc., a cryptocurrency, blockchain and digital asset technology company, announced that it plans to launch a Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange (DEX) and have it fully operational and trading within the next 45 to 60 days. As with its Centralized Cryptocurrency Exchange, the Company will own 100% of the exchange and it will also carry the NSAV brand name. With the launch of its DEX, this would give NSAV two cryptocurrency exchanges. The new management of NSAV believes that this move is the fastest and most efficient way for the Company to have a fully operational cryptocurrency exchange and obtain a share of the over $2 trillion global cryptocurrency market.
Treliant Acquires Vox Financial Partners, Strengthening its Capital Markets Capabilities and Expanding its Footprint into Europe
Treliant announced that it has acquired Vox Financial Partners (Vox), a leading Capital Markets consulting firm that helps global financial institutions deliver regulatory and business change. The transaction between the two privately-owned firms closed on August 13, 2021 and terms were not disclosed.
tZERO, a leader in blockchain innovation and liquidity for digital assets, announced the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors Member, Saum Noursalehi, effective August 13, 2021. Having engineered tZERO’s platform and organization, and positioned it as a dynamic force for digital innovation, Noursalehi is leaving the company to continue his passion for technological innovation and explore other opportunities. The tZERO Board of Directors has appointed Alan Konevsky, its long-standing Chief Legal Officer, to the role of interim Chief Executive Officer during the process of identifying a permanent Chief Executive Officer.