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Eco DeFi secured investments from AssemBlock
Eco DeFi, which started its beta service on October 18, 2021, announced that it had secured an investment from AssemBlock by being recognized for its high level of service readiness.
Eco DeFi is a DeFi platform that will offer conventional DeFi service and new DeFi products related to carbon neutrality. In the General Market of Eco DeFi, anyone can make deposits and take loans with their crypto assets. In the Eco Market, one can have a chance to invest in the real economy of the renewable energy industry. It will also offer a market specialized in NFTs.
Kenny Han, CEO of Eco DeFi, stated, "We understand we are not fully ready yet. And we are grateful for the investment. We started the beta service on Oct 18 and will open the official full launch after we complete the development of Eco Market and Eco NFT Market. We also released our smart contracts on Github last September. Our codes will be audited by Certik, one of the best security auditing companies, as well. We look forward to expanding our business."
Eva. Yoon, CEO of AssemBlock said, " In addition to the high degree of completion of Eco DeFi project, we made the investment decision by highly evaluating the expectations for the project combined with the environment differentiated from other existing DeFi services and the value it can create. We are sure it can contribute to making the global climate and environment better. We will continue to monitor and work with them closely."
Eco DeFi (www.ecodefi.net) has opened the beta service. It will open other services shortly. It will prepare stable operations and thorough security measures for this project. In addition, Eco DeFi will do its best to find companies to generate profits for investors and improve the environment.
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