BLMP Partners with Ambisafe
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BLMP Partners with Ambisafe

In a recent press release by Blockchain Licensing Marketplace (BLMP), the blockchain startup announced that it would be partnering with Ambisafe.

Ambisafe has an experience and specialization in creating smart contract solutions. Through the partnership, they would be lending their expertise—in creating such solutions—to Ambisafe for developing a proprietary wallet, and also for a virtual asset management software and other kinds of softwares required by the platform to be able to provide users with maximum security for their tokenized items.

BLMP is working towards resolving the inefficiencies that exist in the market for virtual goods such as in-app or in0game items. The companies and brands owning content these days are looking for new ways of advertising to their consumers. Publishers, on the other hand, are constantly on the lookout for fresh content—especially branded content—to expand their reach.

With the help of the revolutionary applications BLMP intends to develop using the blockchain technology, it intends to make forming licensing agreements easier for digital publishers and global brands.

Ambisafe offers skills and experience for producing groundbreaking business-to-business-to-consumer (“B2B2C”) ecosystems. Moreover, by working with a wide variety of ICOs, hundreds of millions of dollars in worth, Ambisafe now has the experience of designing everything—from registry frameworks to smart wallets to asset managers to smart contracts.

BLMP said in the press release:

“By working with Ambisafe, BLMP’s internal blockchain development team can tap into one of the most experienced technical teams in the crypto programming world, providing a strong foundation for the future of branded virtual goods.”

Ambisafe has been active in the blockchain community from the early days of Bitcoin and other leading altcoins. It has been providing custom blockchain solutions to some of the biggest names in the market. With the softwares created by the company, the blockchain platforms can keep their assets, as well as those of their users, safe, organized and accessible.

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Syed Ali Mudassar
It was when he was pursuing his graduation in Computer Science that he found his flair for writing about new and existing technologies. He likes researching about technologies and how they could help people. Currently, he works as the Content Manager at CoinFrenzy, a leading blockchain news, and media publication website.