Centrality monthly update — August 2020

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Centrality monthly update — August 2020

CEO Aaron McDonald shares key developments over the past month. To stay up-to-date on the progress of Centrality’s ecosystem, follow us on Twitter and our Telegram Announcements channel, plus join our community on Centrality’s Official Telegram, Instagram and Facebook.

Kia ora Centrality whanau,

It’s Maori language week in New Zealand, and I’ve just finished a workshop on identity that is working to understand how we can apply the framework of my Māori ancestors — Kāwanatanga (Honourable Governance), Rangatiratanga (Self-determination) and Ōritetanga (Equity) to the digital age. It’s great to see that values that worked a long time ago are so appropriate to work that we are doing today.


We had a huge win last week with the listing on Korea exchange, Bithumb, as well as listings on MXC and ZB.com in China. We’ve been working hard to grow the community across Asia and the new exchanges are giving us great exposure.

The token swap remains the key focus for the CENNZnet team. The contract now has over 500 million tokens and the team are preparing to mint the new CENNZnet CENNZ tokens so people can receive the real CENNZ token!

Its important that you deposit your tokens into the transition contract to ensure that they will be eligible for the main net swap.


The last couple of months of 2020 will be full-on as we set up the network and release some exciting news about the roadmap and partnerships. We will also start the process of the PLUG main net token migration.


Coca-Cola Amatil’s technology investment platform, Amatil X, has taken a stake in Centrapay, investing in the payment platform’s seed funding round.

The investment will accelerate integration with point of sale and payment terminals, enable brands to connect more directly with their consumers and drive more ...

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