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Ferrari Moves Into Blockchain Industry By Partnering With Velas Network

Ferrari, the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer, is moving into the blockchain industry by inking a partnership with Swiss blockchain startup Velas Network.

It has been reported that Ferrari had signed a multi-year agreement with Velas to jointly issue “exclusive digital content” for the Scuderia’s fans. Velas will also be the main sponsor for Ferrari Esports Series, the online series competing in the F1 Esports Series, the official digital championship including all teams participating in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

However, the announcement describes Velas as a major company in the industry of digital assets and blockchain, emphasizing the startup’s focus on nonfungible tokens (NFT).

It stated:

“A global player in the blockchain and NFT sector, Velas has distinguished itself through the performance and innovation of its services and its technological leadership, characteristics that unite it with the Maranello team.”

Mattia Binotto, the General Manager of Scuderia Ferrari, noted that the company chose Velas as one of its premium partners, as the companies share values such as innovation and performance of technologically advanced products and services.

Likewise, Farkhad Shagulyamov, a co-founder and newly appointed CEO of Velas, said that it was natural for Velas to partner with “another icon of excellence, which is Ferrari.”

He noted:

“Velas has introduced an innovative variety of pioneering technology into the blockchain and associated products, which will now be showcased at the pinnacle of motorsport.”

The report said that Velas, an open-source blockchain network, has been working to provide a mix of the best features of centralized and decentralized tools. As of October, the firm allocated $100 million to startups building on top of the Velas blockchain, which was a significant surge from its initial pledge of $5 million.

Thus, Velas (VLX), the native token of the Velas blockchain, has edged up significantly recently. Trading at $0.346, the token is up around 4% over the past 48 hours at the time of writing, according to data from CoinGecko. VLX is up more than 70% over the past eight days.

Source: Cointelegraph



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