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As the new digital economy expands into industries in need of digitisation, Ambrosus continues to position itself as a key stakeholder for the future of data management. On this special occasion, Ambrosus is proud to announce that an upcoming cryptocurrency project will be accepting Amber (AMB) during its security token offering (STO). More specifically, SHIPNEXT– a fully functional platform designed for coordinating freight carrier contracts and other logistics processes across the globe — will be accepting Amber (AMB) for the impending launch of ShipCoin!
In context, SHIPNEXT is a digital automated shipping marketplace focused on creating efficient, secure, and reliable Cargo-to-Ship matching, freight trading, contracting and documentation flows. Established as a spinoff from the Varamar Group — one of Europe’s’ largest maritime businesses operating out of Hamburg, Odessa, Malta, and Genoa (among others) — SHIPNEXT presents itself as the only fully functioning Digital Shipping Marketplace, for the future of logistics management. Built on close to a decade of experience in the shipping industry, the SHIPNEXT platform boasts over 1,500 clients moving products globally through more than 4,000 different ports.
Alexander Varavarenko, CEO and Co-founder of SHIPNEXT, stated the following about the collaboration with Ambrosus:
“SHIPNEXT has taken the strategy of building a Global Supply-Chain Ecosystem, through a decentralized Transportation Network. Accepting Amber during the SHIPNEXT STO, is a clear step in the right direction, and especially beneficial for improving traction of the SHIPNEXT platform. We will be announcing more Partnerships and Alliances shortly.”
In context, Ambrosus’ support of the SHIPNEXT STO is a collaboration between two ecosystems that ultimately seek to redefine how the maritime industry can be revolutionised by blockchain technology. As one of the most optimal industries for blockchain disruption, a number of outdated practices stand to be digitised, while safer and more coordinated logistics roots can be ...
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