nahmii announces big partnerships, launches IEO on Liquid

In Insight

Last month we introduced nahmii, an innovative blockchain scaling and interoperability protocol built by hubii AS. Since then, nahmii has announced a number of impressive partnerships, including one with Microsoft, while the nahmii IEO is now live on Liquid – including a 20% bonus. Read on to find out more.

Microsoft partnership and EEA membership

On September 12, Microsoft hosted “Microsoft and Hubii - Blockchain in Practice” at their Oslo offices. The event included speakers from Microsoft, hubii, NBX and StartupLab, with a focus on hubii’s blockchain scaling and interoperability solution: nahmii.

The event featured some major announcements, including hubii’s new partnership with Microsoft. This partnership will see Microsoft providing business development resources to bring nahmii to their extensive partnership network and also provide world-class hosting through their Azure platform.

In addition, hubii has also joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which will further increase the reach of nahmii and provide many exciting new opportunities for the protocol.

NBX: foundation members and NBX Pay

Following presentations from Shailendra Singh Chauhan (Microsoft) and Jacobo Toll-Messia (CEO, hubii), next up was Stig Aleksander Kjos-Mathisen - Managing Director of Norwegian Block Exchange.

Stig announced that NBX will join nahmii’s governing body, the nahmii Foundation, as a founder member. NBX will also use to nahmii to power NBXPay, their revolutionary payment application.

nahmii IEO begins

The nahmii IEO is now live on Liquid until 12pm CET on September 25, with a cool 20% bonus for all buyers.

NII token holders receive 98% of the transaction fees generated by the nahmii protocol, with further opportunities to earn huge rewards by participating in nahmii’s innovate Oracle staking process.


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