NEW: NEAR and Request in Collaboration. Adding NEAR Tokens on Request Invoicing | Request

This article was first published on Request - Medium

NEAR is listed on Request Invoicing, bringing another token from a world-class dApp and blockchain platform to the Request ecosystem. In summary:

  1. Request adding Near tokens as another currency to be used in the Request Invoicing app
  2. Request and Near co-building payment detection for a smoother user experience
  3. Request and Near launching a promo in celebration of their collaboration
  4. Request seeking to expand to other potential blockchains for interoperability and scalability

We’re excited to announce our collaboration together with NEAR Protocol to support and power transactions using the NEAR tokens. Now, members of the NEAR community can easily issue an invoice to the NEAR foundation and receive their NEAR tokens as a declarative payment with the Request Invoicing app. We’re also working to provide a seamless user experience with an automated payment detection. A bounty is being offered to the community of NEAR developers to help us on this task. Adding NEAR to the list of digital payments in Request Invoicing benefits any user keen on paying or getting paid in NEAR token.

NEAR has proven itself to be a highly performant, decentralized application platform with the incredible ecosystem that they’re building. We’re both humbled and excited to collaborate with NEAR on leading the world for a more open finance and open web; enabling our communities, creators, and developers to have access to and build secure apps on the blockchain with faster transactions and scalability. We’re looking forward to continuing our partnership with NEAR working together on other upcoming projects.

In celebration of our collaboration, NEAR and Request will launch a promo giveaway for 5 lucky winners to receive US$50 in NEAR tokens!

Be sure to follow NEAR and Request on Twitter to participate in the promo and stay up-to-date with our projects.

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