Dubai, UAE, Dec 27, 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, SASTANAQQAM, the web 3.0 ecosystem, announced on 12/18/2022 that they are starting a collaboration with BRIGHTNODE to bring innovative solutions to the market.
SASTANAQQAM is a web3 ecosystem that aims to make Defi accessible to everyone.
They are developing six blockchain-related projects:
An NFT marketplace: SASTANAQQAM offers a unique digitalization service to help traditional artists make their first steps into web3.
An NFT rental place: SASTANAQQAM believes that artists worldwide can earn extra money and awareness by selling or renting their works.
A virtual museum: Artists can showcase their artworks as they had never done before. The museum is accessible with VR glasses, mobile or desktop.
Sastanaqqam is also creating a gaming platform with a transparent business model, which is different from a Ponzi scheme. They believe that this type of platform is the future.”
A Crypto Wallet: SASTANAQQAM is making a non-custodial wallet. The company is doing everything to make the blockchain space safer.
A token: the “Blue Token” will be the unique medium between all ecosystem elements.
BRIGHTNODE, on the other hand, is a leading provider of business consulting and strategy services. With a deep understanding of business processes and a focus on driving growth and innovation, BRIGHTNODE has helped numerous organizations achieve success.
Together, SASTANAQQAM and BRIGHTNODE will leverage their respective areas of expertise to deliver comprehensive solutions that address the needs of their clients. By combining SASTANAQQAM’s technical expertise with BRIGHTNODE’s business acumen, the two companies will be able to offer a unique and powerful offering to the market.
The collaboration between SASTANAQQAM and BRIGHTNODE represents an exciting opportunity for both companies. The market can expect to see some innovative and ground-breaking solutions as a result of this partnership.
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