Blockgeeks has partnered with BUMO, a next-generation commercial-grade public Blockchain for aimed to build a decentralized application ecosystem

TORONTO, ONTARIO – 11-19-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Blockgeeks has partnered with BUMO, a next-generation commercial-grade public Blockchain for aimed to build a decentralized application ecosystem featured with extensive digital trust, free-flowing value and public-sharing apps.

The collaboration is a great initiative to promote blockchain solutions into the real industry world. Blockgeeks will help facilitate BUMO user onboarding with education training and real-life BUMO user case analysis. The partnership is a huge step towards one Blockgeeks main goals – “to help build a more decentralized world” as it gives Blockgeeks blockchain education more exposure to Asian markets.

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