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Origin Protocol Now Has 8 New Partners on its Digital Store Creator Dshop

Decentralized intermediary service provider Origin Protocol announced that it has partnered with eight new entities that have launched their e-commerce stores on its platform. The new partners include Kyber Network, Contentos, Solana, Ternio, Lunch Money, Zerion, Veil, and Black Dollar, who have built their e-commerce stores on Origin using the protocol’s Dshop digital store creator.

Origin Protocol is a San Francisco based blockchain company that allows buyers and sellers to engage in trade without paying exorbitant commissions to the centralized intermediaries. In the official Medium post, Origin mentioned that it offers customizable turnkey services like merchant on-boarding, assistance for store creation, design and marketing insights, customer service and technical assistance, and much more.

The network’s digital store creator, Dshop is an open-source platform based on Ethereum blockchain, decentralized file storage system IPFS and data encryption by PGS. Jackie Lim, Senior Business Development Director at Contentos, a decentralized content production, and distribution platform, said that they had an easy and swift experience while building their e-store using Dshop. He further added,

Payments setup on the e-stores will be based on ERC-20 tokens, and other traditional modes of digital payments. Other major features which make Origin a go-to platform for creating decentralized e-stores include a fee-less setup, censorship-resistance, data immutability, built-in crypto payments, etc.

Adam Billingsley

Adam Billingsley is a lead blockchain news writer at CryptonewsZ. His work revolves around the applications of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, Ripple, and other coins.

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