Credits Blockchain Platform Enters Intro Partnership with Latium Freelance Platform
The Credits blockchain platform and Latium have entered into a partnership on January 24, 2020. Latium is a marketplace for freelancers over 250 thousand registered users that offers the ability to make payments using cryptocurrencies such as ETH and BTC.
The Subject of Partnership
The aim of the partnership agreement is the integration of the Credits protocol into the Latium platform. The native coin of the Credits platform (CS) will be included as a means of payment for all projects incorporated on the Latium platform. The Credits Token will also be included on the Latium Internal Exchange as a valid means of payment.
The partnership agreement between Credits and Latium is yet another step for the blockchain platform in establishing successful cooperation with projects and companies seeking streamlined and comprehensive decentralized business solutions.
Credits is an international company that was founded in 2017 and is located in the USA, Singapore and Russia. Credits offers public and private solutions to its clients in any field of business needs. The peculiarity of Credits is a high-speed decentralized public blockchain platform. The platform is intended to develop standalone smart contracts and decentralized applications.
Latium is a digital freelancing platform based in the US, with numerous staff located all across the globe. Founded in 2017 by Co-Founders David Johnson and Matt Carden, Latium’s primary focus is advancing the field of online freelancing while intersecting with current and upcoming blockchain technology and features. By allowing users from across the globe to both pay for and earn in the currencies they choose and prefer, Latium opens the door to expanded freelancing opportunities for all.