A quiet altcoin is hitting headlines today in the wake of news of a new partnership with Amazon’s cloud computing service provider, Amazon Web Services. Centrality, the altcoin in question is reeling from this news. At the time of writing, Centrality is valued at $0.176, up 59.54%. Considering the rest of the market is certainly crashing, with neighbours MOAC and Dentacoin both down 9.44% and 10.02% respectively, we can say, for fact, that this news has had a very positive impact on Centrality, and their cryptocurrency, CENNZ.
“We’re a venture studio that partners with leading innovators in key industries to create a marketplace of applications. These applications allow consumers to manage everyday tasks and experiences using peer-to-peer transactions – all via one login and using blockchain-enabled infrastructure. We’re one of the leading, blockchain venture studios in the world, with a growing team of 75 people across Auckland, London, Melbourne and Singapore. We’re backed by a global investor network who understand our vision – to help the world transition to a blockchain-enabled future.”
See more for yourself, here- https://www.centrality.ai/ Amazon Web Services, as mentioned, is the cloud computing branch of Amazon that can offer a range of services from virtual server hosting, to digital storage, database maintenance and networking services. You can find out more about Amazon Web Services, here- https://aws.amazon.com/ Of course, we might be getting ahead of ourselves here, this recent announcement puts Centrality and AWS together so therefore, we can only assume that Centrality will be using AWS to help produce and refine their current range of marketplace applications, but, we must consider that, as CENNZ token is a cryptocurrency that is built into a range of different applications, there is no reason CENNZ couldn’t, in turn, become part of the wider Amazon Marketplace. So, will CENNZ really become an accepted cryptocurrency on Amazon? Probably not just yet, but hey, with this news starting to hit the headlines, perhaps it is something that the Amazon team could at least look at considering? Or maybe we are being too optimistic, we can all dream though, right?Investment Disclaimer