Exclusive: Cryptency Announces Partnerships in Conjunction with V.02 Launch

Agreements with Antelope, Frontrader and COPERATO will see the FinTech firm offering a more complete set of services

Cryptency, a FinTech start-up specializing in crypto-trading brokerage software, announced this Monday that it has formed a partnership with four separate companies. The announcement will see Cryptency forming partnerships with Antelope, COPERATO, and Frontrader.

The process has not been a short one. In today’s statement, the Cryptency’s CEO, noted that the firm had “spent months assessing which technology providers to work with, these companies shared our vision and our goal of providing the best service and product offering for cryptocurrency brokers out there.”

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The new partnerships follow on from the statement made yesterday by Cryptency announcing a rejigged product line-up. Cryptency claims their new products will enable them to take a more holistic approach to their clients.

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The full package

Today’s announcement builds on that. As is to be expected, each company will provide Cryptency with a different capability. Antelope provides customer relationship management services (CRM), COPERATO provides voice over internet protocol solutions that integrate with CRM software and Frontrader is a trading platforms provider.

Ori Hazan, CEO of Antelope, commented on the deal, saying: “I have full confidence that Antelope’s powerful 360 degree CRM will boost Cryptency client performance and will help brand Cryptency as the leading platform provider in the Crypto market.”

By combining the four companies’ areas of expertise with their own, Cryptency will now be able to provide a complete set of solutions to crypto-brokers. Whereas previously they had focused on simply providing software, the new partnerships will enable them to provide a near total front to back-end service for their clients.

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