Why Bering Waters Ventures Is Betting On Synthetix, The Derivatives Exchange For Finance 3.0

This article was first published on December 28, 2019.

Source: www.defipulse.com

What Is Synthetix Doing And Why Does It Matter

Synthetix is a synthetic derivatives platform based on Ethereum that enables anyone to trade and invest in synthesized assets like foreign currencies, cryptocurrencies, commodities, and soon, indices and stocks — in decentralized and non-custodial fashion.

Source: www.synthetix.exchange

Infinite liquidity, A Broad Range Of Assets

For the record, Synthetix is not the only synthetic asset platform in the market (it is the second-largest behind Maker) — but the platform has key features we believe set it aside from competitors.

Why Synthetix Fits Our Investment Thesis

The Synthetix project is strongly aligned with our focus-disruptive projects aimed at providing innovative instruments, mechanisms, and infrastructure for Finance 3.0.

About Bering Waters Ventures

Founded in 2019, Bering Waters Ventures focuses on research-heavy innovations in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. It identifies and supports companies and entrepreneurs of all types and sizes, from undervalued projects to leaders in its sector. Its mission is to provide value to projects through its services and solutions offered across three companies and to leverage its extensive network of global investors in the areas of funding, market strategy, and development support. Bering Waters Ventures is one of three businesses that form Bering Waters Group.

Contact Bering Waters Ventures

Website: www.beringwaters.com

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Bering Waters Group specializes in blockchain projects with untapped potential. It comprises of three industry leading businesses-OTC Desk, Ventures, and Tech.

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