NEM partners with Cryptodus after annoucing beta launch of Global NEMsp Network 17727
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Chaitanya Thammaya
Jul 5, 2018 at 3:24 PM

NEM has announced the Beta launch of the Global NEMsp Network on their medium page. NEM Service Partner (NEMsp) Network provides qualified partners with technical skills and business benefits. With these skills, they can integrate clients on the NEM Blockchain and scale irrespective of industry, specialization or experience. NEM Malaysia launched a Blockchain centre recently. The centre will serve as a learning centre, incubator and accelerator for companies interested in adopting Blockchain in their business.

Right on the heels of this announcement, they have entered into a strategic partnership with Cryptodus. Cryptodus is focussed on enabling existing and new organizations to leverage Blockchain and Smart Contract technologies in their businesses. The Global NEMsp Network will give developers from Cryptodus, training and certification in Blockchain Technology.

Interim President of the NEM Foundation, Kristof Van de Reck, said,

“The NEMsp Network is a scalable and repeatable program designed to expedite the adoption of NEM globally while creating value for our partners. Companies won’t need to have any internal technical staff to be able to build on the NEM Blockchain because a project can be completely developed and deployed by a NEMsp.”

He further added,

“Cryptodus is a great fit for the NEMsp Network due to their experience and wide range of blockchain related services. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Cryptodus”

NEM’s innovative Blockchain allows developers to build enterprise solutions which serve the needs of the world’s biggest technology businesses. Both private and public Blockchains can be powered on its full-featured Blockchain engine. The Blockchains are powered using distinctive smart contract plugins which enable the creation of decentralized swaps and bulletproof digital assets. It also enables advanced account systems and business logic modelling.

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CEO of Cryptodus, Ronaldas Budrys, said,

“We’re very happy to become part of the NEM ecosystem. Having full technical resources and expertise in place at the right time, we’ll be able to help clients build enterprise-grade solutions and tackle different industry problems with the help of NEM technology. Having worked with a number of different clients, we see a huge niche to tap into: a blend of NEM platform and Cryptodus expertise will enable tremendous opportunities to deliver high-end solutions, tailored to very specific business demands without disrupting their functioning business model.”

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