New strategic partnership with Continuum Finance
We are delighted to announce our new strategic partnership with Continuum Finance, a decentralized financial aggregator based on BinanceSmart Chain and Substrate’s token trading, currency market and liquidity protocol.
In the future, we will cooperate in many aspects, here are some highlights:
- Continuum Finance will build its headquarter in X Metaverse, and accordingly, X Protocol will provide Continuum Finance various Metaverse infrastructure for free.
- Mutual staking program will be launched in a short period. Users will be eligible to stake $CTN to earn $POT as well as stake $POT to earn $CTN.
- X Protocol and Continuum Finance will also become joint growth partners at the marketing and business level, sharing community resources with each other, like Cross community AMAs, Airdrops, PR activities, etc.
We’re looking forward to working closely with the amazing team at Continuum Finance to create awesome opportunities for both of our communities, please, stay tuned for upcoming events!
About Continuum Finance
Continuum Finance is a decentralized financial aggregator for automated token exchange, money market and liquidity protocol built on multiple ecosystems. It is designed around ease-of-use, gas efficiency, censorship resistance, and zero rent extraction. It is useful for traders and functions particularly well as a component of other smart contracts which facilitates the AMM token swaps, money market to generate the interest rate, requires guaranteed on-chain liquidity for depositing and lending.
About X Protocol
X Protocol is the first metaverse+ application portal programmed using RUST language with source-generated gameplay and land economy model.
It also provides low-cost access to the Metaverse for DAPPs on heterogeneous chains, sharing X Protocol’s users while making the X Protocol ecosystem more prosperous.
X Protocol will strive to become the “Ready Player one”’s World + STEAM platform in the blockchain space.
Please click the following links for further information about the X-Protocol