The Collabortion between Propel and Genesis Shards

Genesis shards and Propel have partnered to create the first ever NFTO launchpad that will allow decentralized tokens to be placed into NFTs.

Currently, NFTs are only used as collectible tokens. By using Genesis Shards’ NFT swap architecture, they can be turned into DeFi options. They also want to make NFTs a liquid vehicle for Pre-IDO tokens.

Gen tickets are NFT contracts that can be traded on Gen NFTX exchange.

Propel is a developer platform that provides NFT solutions. Through this partnership, both parties will be able to gain a deeper understanding of NFTs.

About Propel

Propel is a blockchain infrastructure platform that offers end-to-end solutions for NFT, DeFi, and Metaverse projects.

Propel is the only provider that offers a complete suite of solutions that includes DaaS, MaaS, and Staking.

About Genesis Shards

Genesis Shards is a decentralized platform that redefines NFTs as Defi options. By wrapping time-locked tokens into NFTs, they are creating a new marketplace that will allow previously illiquid tokens to be traded.

Learn more about Genesis Shards:

Telegram Announcement | Telegram chat | Twitter | Website

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