Since February 2020, we have seen a steady growth in the blockchain industry and, most significantly, decentralized finance. Although DeFi isn’t entirely new, the network’s growth has been more aggressive this year than it has ever been. And more interestingly, decentralized finance continues to grow astronomically based on the control, flexibility, and ease it offers users since it allows them to utilize traditional financing and banking services which includes savings majorly. However, the continued need for software-based solutions that can effectively integrate fiat and crypto transactions, while also managing digital assets management remains one of the most trending conversations in the blockchain space. That’s exactly where ZENIQ comes in.
As a leading company in the blockchain industry, ZENIQ is a hardware and software provider noted for its uniquely-designed solutions that guarantee safe storage and management of digital assets. ZENIQ Exchange offers the first hardware device that effectively blurs the borders between finance and technology to create a seamless digital ecosystem by providing an asset exchange platform and the ZENIQ App that guarantees the proper storage of digital assets. The ZENIQ App merges the security of digital assets and a user-friendly interface to produce a hardware wallet hosted on smartphones which is accessible from any location. Summarily, ZENIQ offers a unique ecosystem for storing and managing digital assets securely through its asset exchange, hardware wallet, and peer-to-peer transactions.
Tupan is the first Securities and Exchange Commission regulated and authorized token project that seeks to fulfill the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) especially by protecting the Amazon rainforests in Brazil. More importantly, Tupan seeks to revolutionize investment that can be channeled towards resolving environmental problems which constitute the greatest urgencies of the century and at the same time generate income for investors in the regenerative circular bioeconomy.
ZENIQ’s Partnership with Tupan
ZENIQ’s Chief Executive Officer, Erwin Dokter, recently unveiled ZENIQ’s partnership with Tupan – the Tupan token project. The Tupan token project is the first project that will be migrated to the ZENIQ Smart Chain in the next few weeks. The Tupan project features a collection of NFTs which are designed to interact with off-chain events (the outside world) as soon as ZENIQ Oracles become operational. The start price is 3 cents and it is also important to state that this project is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Tupan’s project is environmentally-friendly given that it uses super low electricity that is good for the environment unlike bitcoin’s proof of work which consumes a relatively high amount of energy. ZENIQ’s use of the proof of stake implies that it consumes less energy and that makes the minting process “green” which qualifies the Tupan token to be noted as a climate-friendly project. This factor is significant in Tupan’s partnership with ZENIQ, given that Tupan seeks to preserve the environment while ZENIQ offers a blockchain that is greener than most available options for Tupan to launch its token.
Tupan understands that the whole community depends on the Amazon rainforest region and that makes it important to unite the community around a concept known as “a seed”. The seed grows into a tree which becomes the new NFT project that is stored on Tupan’s smart contract. Tupan aims to begin with a certain amount of tokens. For instance, when the minting starts, there will be about 100 tokens per day which is an add-on minting power for those who have a ZENIQ Hub. The ZENIQ Hub offers an opportunity to mint 100 tokens per day accessible via a special feature. The total amount for the Tupan community will be approximately 10 billion tokens.
Tupan’s selection of ZENIQ as a partner for their project affirms that ZENIQ has a powerful blockchain and with the ZENIQ Smart Chain it will set records in the next couple of years!
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