QRONI launches robust ecosystem allowing its users seamless crypto transactions
Berlin, Germany, 23rd Sep 2022, (King NewsWire) – Qroniswap is a DeFi protocol and ecosystem which is audited twice and based at Germany and Singapore. Qroni is covering cross-chain crypto trading and swapping, NFT ticketing, and fiat on-ramp payments.
Qroni will be listed in TIER 2 CEX EXCHANGE – AZBIT and further in COIN MARKET CAP. Qroni has undergone certain partnerships with RUBIC SWAP DEX and ONRAMPER.
Qroniswap’s robust ecosystem is such that allows deep liquidity and seamless crypto transactions, all spiced up with incentivized earning models which allow users’ assets to create passive streams of income while they engage in other activities on the protocol.
Users can mint, buy, sell, resell, and stake NFT tickets. Event planners and companies can, on a broader scale, create unlimited tickets which are unique and use a peer-to-peer encrypted format that requires the private keys of the holders to decode and access. This helps to eliminate fraudulent NFT transactions and ensure that every ticket is genuine and from the right source. Qroni enables all users to buy any coin directly from their DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD.
Another important sector of the Qroniswap ecosystem is the multi-chain DEX protocol which comprises an AMM, farm, and liquidity pool. The multi-chain DEX allows for cross-chain transactions; this is to facilitate liquidity provision across multiple blockchains. The farm and liquidity pool for staking and yield farming run smart contracts that encourage constant liquidity on Qroniswap. These pools come with huge incentives to keep users and investors supporting not just the protocol with liquidity, but the underlying network with transaction validation.
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