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Open-source EVM blockchain platform Nexis Network completes private round of financing, with Castrum Istanbul participating

The open-source EVM blockchain platform Nexis Network announced the completion of a private placement financing round on X platform, with Castrum Istanbul participating, but the specific amount and valuation have not been disclosed. Nexis Network is designed specifically for decentralized projects and applications, aiming to create a transparent, community-driven ecosystem that integrates innovative technologies to solve scalability, security, and decentralization issues. The platform supports dApps and DeFi protocols based on Ethereum, using its native token NZT for trading, payment, and staking to achieve consensus.


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