Tag: stackos

Nov 15 2021

Polygon Gets its First Decloud Provider

The StackOS decentralized cloud is currently unstoppable. The protocol has secured several remarkable partnerships aimed at its growth. Its native token, $STACK, has skyrocketed by a whopping 206% in the last seven days, StackOs has announced a strategic partnership with...

Aug 17 2021

Top Upcoming Crypto Events | August Week 3

Several top-notch crypto events are expected in the blockchain and crypto space this week. To keep our readers informed, we have compiled some of these top upcoming crypto events. These upcoming crypto events include strategic partnerships, product releases, mainnet launches, upcoming IDOs, etc. Shield Protocol's proposed strategic integration with TomoChain and Polytrade's upcoming IDO on Polkastarter are some of this week’s top...

Jun 29 2021

Top Crypto News: 06/29

There has been interesting news in the crypto space today. Bitcoin price has increased by 4.7% and is trading at $36,368.75. Ethereum is also up 5.2% over the last 24 hours and is trading at $2,222.70. We’ll go through some of the top crypto news for today. 1 – Crypto.com Partners with Formula 1® Crypto.com (CRO), a cryptocurrency wallet provider and...

Jun 01 2021

StackOS Decentralized Cloud Platform Partners With Pinknode

The StackOS decentralized cloud will be getting a new window into the Polkadot ecosystem through a partnership with Pinknode. The collaboration was announced on May 31 when StackOS stated that Pinknode will utilize its services to decentralize important parts of the protocol. This is...

May 01 2021

StackOS – The First Decentralized Cloud Solution For Neo Ecosystem

Community-driven, smart contract blockchain platform Neo announced a strategic partnership with StackOS. According to the press release, the recently launched open-protocol StackOS is now the official decentralized cloud provider of the Neo ecosystem. StackOS is a well-known open protocol that facilitates the contribution of computing resources to a decentralized cloud. This can then be used by developers to deploy any full-stack...

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