The company clarified that the listing will take place on 24 September 2020 at 8 p.m. (Singapore time or GMT+8).
“We want to position our BWF coin as the membership passport to all supporters of our various products and services coming on stream now and in the future.”Beowulf Blockchain CEO William H. Nguyen
“With the support of industry-leading partners, Beowulf Blockchain will be able to completely disrupt the enterprise communications industry by providing a better video-quality, more efficient, and lower-cost video conference services to end-users worldwide.”
Moreover, by listing its own BWF coin, Beowulf will decentralise the ownership of the blockchain. It will also provide an opportunity for people and organisations to become supernodes.
Benefits of the decision
This decision will allow Beowulf Blockchain to distribute 100 million BWF coins ($1M) to the community within two weeks after the listing. Moreover, “Beowulf will work with the exchanges to establish a supernode network.”
Furthermore, users of the exchanges can stake their holdings together to form supernodes. Thus, earning block rewards (BWF coins) and transaction fees (W coins) from the Beowulf Blockchain, following the DeFi model, will be as simple and seamless as possible, according to the statement.
Beowulf has recently established strategic partnerships with FHL Games, the leading games and digital contents distributor in Latin America. It provides popular games like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG. FHL Games also included League of Angels III to their 20 million users on Kaybo.com.
Beowulf is a B2B decentralised cloud network for communication services. It brings available solutions for all users and business clients in many fields. Among these services are education, healthcare, finance, transportation, and e-commerce. It enables them to provide communication features for their businesses without barriers.