Taklimakan Network, a Singapore-based business and cryptocurrency educational platform that connects experts, analysts, and blockchain enthusiasts, announced today that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Morpheus Labs. The latter company is a Blockchain-Platform-as-a-Service (BPaaS) solution for enterprises wishing to build their own blockchain app. The companies report that the MOU establishes the framework for collaboration between the two to conduct blockchain research and development.
Taklimakan Network and Morpheus Labs share the corporate ethos that hearkens back to the philosophy behind Satoshi Nakamoto’s original project: that blockchain was created so that everyone and anyone could participate in the ecosystem. Both companies have built their business plans around this idea and their agreement to combine their R&D efforts solidifies that commitment to their customers.
The Taklimakan Network platform was developed by a group of cryptocurrency advocates who recognized a need within the crypto universe for a tool that beginners through to experts could use to increase their crypto financial literacy. The web- and mobile-based app connects all levels of users with seasoned analysts and consultants within its proprietary marketplace of analytical and trading tools. These can be deployed for evaluating cryptocurrencies and include instruments to help manage users’ personal portfolios. The project most notably will host a moderated news aggregator and analytical service, along with the capability for users to participate in crowdsourced predictions. The aim is to get any user up to speed on the latest information in the crypto world, regardless of their previous experience, so that anyone can make informed cryptocurrency purchases and trades.
By entering into this strategic partnership with Morpheus Labs, Taklimakan is signaling its dedication to creating the best possible tools for its audience. The Morpheus Labs project is meant to help companies that wish to build apps on the blockchain, but who want to spend their development energies on their particular products. Morpheus’ BPaaS solution provides these entities with an integrated collaborative development environment, workspace management, version control repository and many preconfigured tasks, thereby doing the heavy lifting for developers. Companies can choose to work in any available programming languages and blockchain runtimes that best suit their needs. It’s an almost out-of-the-box solution for companies that wish to build their own blockchain-based projects.
Taklimakan Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Rashid Yussup, was an early adopter of Nakamoto’s vision, so he knows from experience that the world of cryptocurrency can seem opaque and confusing for novices and even for experienced traders in the traditional trading world. Along with his co-founders, he wanted to develop a holistic ecosystem where anyone anywhere could get the information and clarity required to participate in trading and buying tokens in what he sees as an exciting and innovative new market. “Our project was developed especially for newcomers, so they can avoid making bad choices in their trading transactions and would not be caught out by fraudulent services,” he says. “Together, through our strategic partnership with Morpheus Labs, we can continue to create specialized tools that will be invaluable for our users and, potentially, for their own future enterprises as well.”
Taklimakan Network is counting down to the launch of its public ICO, which it is conducting with the help of ICOBox’s SaaS solution for blockchain companies. Their tokens will be available for public sale on April 9, 2018. Find out more about the company at taklimakan.io
You can learn more about Morpheus Labs at token.morpheuslabs.io.
This article first appeared on newsbtc.com.