Yellow set up a strategic partnership with Aza Groups to concentrate on the Web 3.0 technological solutions to crypto market challenges.
Yellow, a blockchain product and infrastructure company, and Aza Groups, an advisory and investment firm, that focuses on technology and can enable the adoption of crypto for the masses, are eager to announce a new strategic partnership to strengthen the development of the Yellow Network project.
Yellow Network is a decentralized layer three peer-to-peer broker clearing network, powered by OpenDAX™ from Openware, that delivers a legitimate decentralized trading experience with unprecedented safety and transparency for all network participants from exchanges and brokers to traders.
Louis Bellet, CEO of Yellow Network, said,
“Our team is glad to welcome Aza Groups as the Yellow Network project advocate. Together, we will simplify Web 3.0 development and give particular attention to enabling the simplified adoption of crypto to people.”
Aza Groups has joined the long list of Yellow Network supporters to help the project on the mission to remove the operational bottleneck of today’s crypto market trading.
Mohammed Waseem, CEO of Aza Groups, said,
“We are excited to collaborate with Yellow Network, and we are deeply convinced that what Yellow is trying to accomplish is the real future of Web 3.0 and finance. We are happy to provide all the necessary support and assistance in all aspects we can to advance the development of Yellow Network.”
Yellow is a global ecosystem of blockchain products and services for Web 3.0 internet of finance, providing startup seed funding, mentorship, advisory, data analytics, market making and fintech software solutions. Yellow also includes developer tools, services and education programs worldwide for blockchain infrastructure developers and crypto brokerage businesses.
About Aza Groups
Aza Groups is an advisory and investment firm based in India that focuses on technology that can enable the adoption of crypto for the masses.
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