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ELECTRA COIN, ECA, IS NOW LISTED ON THE CHAINCREATOR EXCHANGE

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ELECTRA COIN, ECA, IS NOW LISTED ON THE CHAINCREATOR EXCHANGE

Friday 5th July 2019

CHAINCREATOR, a multi-national private equity group which amongst its blockchain portfolio run CHAINCREATOR.exchange, are very pleased to announce the listing of Electra’s coin, ECA, which can be used for instant and secure peer-to-peer payments worldwide. ECA will be available from today and can be traded against ETH, BTC and USDc.

About CHAINCREATOR -

CHAINCREATOR Exchange is a secure and highly scalable digital asset exchange, offering multi-listings throughout their network of WhiteLabel Exchanges. They are excited to have ECA listed on the exchange with CEO Josh Ozanne stating: “After numerous discussions with the Electra project, over an array of topics, we have established a strong alliance within the foundation and are excited about the partnership. CHAINCREATOR look forward to continuing to support the project and their community.”

About Electra -

Electra is a digital currency that aims to be used for (micro) payments. Built on a world class blockchain, its transactions are instant with near zero fees. The project is run by its community members on a voluntary basis as there was no ICO or fundraising. Together with strategically chosen partners’, who compliment the ecosystem, they aim to integrate with as many companies and online merchants as possible. In the future it will be very easy to pay for goods and services with ECA. This is thanks to the development of various mobile wallets, integration in ATMs and POS machines as well as their core product, ElectraPay. ElectraPay is a software compatible with market leading plugins such as WooCommerce and Shopify. It enables online stores to not only accept ECA as a payment method but also to swap the ECA via exchanges.

Robert Bakker from the Electra Foundation comments: “The Electra Project and CHAINCREATOR have decided to combine forces. Our first introduction was through the Cryptopia debacle where the Electra Foundation was convinced that CHAINCREATOR’s plans to buy Cryptopia is the preferred option to secure the locked ECA of their community. During later discussions, setup by Josh Ozanne and Robert Bakker, both parties discovered that continuing as partners would strengthen each other, based on mutual benefits. Electra Foundation believes that CHAINCREATOR’s ambitious plans and their focus on quality and security are a match with Electra’s plans. Electra being integrated on CHAINCREATOR’s WhiteLabel Exchange product is considered as a very important step that will pay off in the long term.”

For more information, please visit https://www.chaincreator.exchange.

CHAINCREATOR Press and Media Inquiries

Mr. Peter Sherif

Business Development

Email: peter@chaincreator.org

Web: https://www.chaincreator.org

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