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XinFin Introduces TradeFinex in Africa, Will Announce ICO Soon No Comments

XinFin, the Ethereum driven permissioned Blockchain network has announced the successful completion of its Africa awareness drive. Held across three nations — Botswana, Zambia, and Kenya, the drive was focused on familiarizing buyers, sellers, and financiers to the new TradeFinex platform. The awareness drive and the following announcement about the launch of Internet of Things (IoT) projects...


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XinFin.org completes information session on Blockchain Infrastructure Finance With Government and Businesses In Botswana No Comments

(For Immediate Release) As a part of it’s global infrastructure deficit gap bridge initiative using blockchain and IoT connectivity, Xinfin recently organized an event with Government officials and businesses in Botswana, an African country with a strong promise. XinFin is shortly launching it’s decentralized global marketplace powered by it’s blockchain network that enables peer to peer ...


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XinFin.org blockchain releases business white paper showcasing IoT enabled real world connectivity, enters last week of Pre ICO No Comments

XinFin.org which opened it’s Pre ICO sale 3 weeks ago is entering into it’s last week, opens its community forum and white papers. (For Immediate Release) XinFin.org an ethereum derived blockchain released it’s business white paper and technical summary to the blockchain community today. XinFin.org had opened it’s Pre ICO three weeks ago. XinFin Business white paper unveils it’s pl...


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XinFin.org aims real world integrations of Bitcoin Ecosystem, moves into second week of Pre ICO No Comments

Following an overwhelming response in the first week of it’s Pre ICO, XinFin XDC reaffirms its mission to provide real world connectivity to the bitcoin ecosystem. (For Immediate Release) XinFin XDC, a distributed and decentralised permissioned blockchain platform meant for global trade and financing ecosystem meant to bridge the $5 trillion infrastructure deficit has moved into it’s second...


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