New in Request Invoicing: Add your logo + 5 new cryptos (AAVE, aDAI, ANT, ANKR, SAND)

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đź‘‹ Request enthusiasts,

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve added AAVE, aDAI, ANT, ANKR, and SAND to our list of digital currencies as means of payment with Request Invoice.

You can learn more about each of these cryptocurrencies and their associated blockchain projects below:

Aave (AAVE)
Aave is a decentralized finance protocol that allows people to lend and borrow crypto. Lenders earn interest by depositing digital assets into specially created liquidity pools. Borrowers can then use their crypto as collateral to take out a flash loan using this liquidity. Fun fact: Aave means “ghost” in Finnish.

Aave DAI (aDAI)
Aave DAI is an interest bearing token minted upon deposit and burned when redeemed. The aDAI is pegged 1:1 to the value of the underlying DAI that is deposited in Aave protocol. While the underlying asset is loaned out to borrowers, aDAI accrue interest in real time, directly in your wallet.

Aragon (ANT)
The ANT token is the native token of Aragon and plays a critical role in the governance model and incentive structure of the platform. The ANT token has come to represent a powerful share of the governance on the platform.

Ankr (ANKR)
Ankr is building an infrastructure platform and marketplace for Web3-stack deployment. The Ankr platform aims to provide users with customized and user-friendly node deployment and API solutions, designed to lower the entry barrier for everyday people, enterprises, and developers to contribute to blockchain ecosystems.

The Sand Box (SAND)
The Sandbox is a virtual world where players can build, own, and monetize their gaming experiences in the Ethereum blockchain using SAND, the platform’s utility token, for all of the Sandbox ecosystem’s transactions and interactions. Owning it is not only fundamental to gameplay, it also gives holders the right to vote on governance decisions for the platform.

Branding your invoice with a logo

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