Former Danish exchange CCEDK has announced a series of crowdfunding and marketing tools aimed at helping entrepreneurs gain access to a network of investors and services through the use of the blockchain.
The CCEDK explained in a press release sent to CoinReport that it could better serve the cryptocurrency community by helping new businesses establish themselves rather than act as an exchange. In addition to acting as a gateway to the fintech platform OpenLedger, the CCEDK is also home to the Decentralized Conglomerate.
“Our vision is to be the enterprise that best understands, and satisfies the product, service and funding needs of start-ups – globally,” said Ronny Boesing, CEO of CCEDK.
The Decentralized Conglomerate, also hosted on OpenLedger, is a series of assets and linked services built on the MIT-licensed Graphene technology of BitShares 2.0. Using the Decentralized Conglomerate, users can trade crypto-assets in near-real time in a secure manner and with low fees. Start-ups will have access to writers and bloggers through Obits and services including the blockchain-based advertising network BitTeaser.
“We hope that by doing this we will be able to help fund innovative new projects that might otherwise struggle to receive funding,” said Boesing. “Who knows, perhaps we will one day play a part in launching the next Skype or Apple, and give inventors and developers a chance to make their dreams a reality.”
The CCEDK launched its soft opening today, July 1st, and will officially open on July 4th.
Images courtesy of CCEDK