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Credits Blockchain and GeoDB Sharing Ecosystem to Diversify Tech Capabilities

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Credits Blockchain and GeoDB Sharing Ecosystem to Diversify Tech Capabilities
Source: Credits 13

On 22 April, Credits Blockchain Platform has publicly announced that it has entered into the partnership agreement with GeoDB in the context of the development and implementation of the blockchain technology. Further actions of the companies are aimed at cooperation in providing innovative products to their users.

GeoDB is a decentralized peer-to-peer data-sharing ecosystem that is at the forefront of addressing some of the significant issues in the big data industry. The company maintains the position that the users as the main data creators must regain relevance, establishing themselves as core assets in the market. GeoDB tool is the interaction of Big-Data, Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies allowing users to access a relevant piece of their data market value. Trusted and efficient P2P data transactions are the benchmark of the ecosystem.

Credits and GeoDB have decided to provide each other with the relevant information regarding best practices identified to accelerate the productive application of their highly effective technology. The interaction and willingness of companies to take coherent efforts in the market to signify a big step for the development of the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem.

About Credits Blockchain Platform

Credits is an open-source and decentralized blockchain platform for the development and execution of smart contracts and decentralized applications. The project offers public and private solutions suitable for B2C and B2B markets eliminating the
problems of trust and uncertainty. The peculiarity of Credits is a high-speed decentralized blockchain platform. The platform is intended to develop standalone smart contracts and decentralized applications.

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A Psychology and Journalism graduate, Rakshitha focuses on UK and Indian markets. As a crypto-journalist, her interests lie in blockchain technology adoption across emerging economies.