OccamRazer, a decentralized Launchpad designed for the Cardano ecosystem, has collaborated with Bondly, an interoperable swap protocol empowering the next generation of non-fungible token (NFT) creators, to enhance the capabilities of decentralized finance (DeFi) and NFT on the Cardano blockchain.
According to the report, the partnership will make the two organizations explore development synergies within the growing NFT market for Cardano (ADA).
This collaboration aims to enhance the DeFi and NFT capabilities on the Cardano network. The team-up between OccamRazer and Bondly will also bring about high-quality projects.
Reacting to the new development, the President of the Occam Association, Mark Berger said:
“Bondly has emerged as an NFT leader and together, we believed our partnership; and by extension, the Cardano ecosystem is a natural fit. Together, we will pursue opportunities to incubate NFT startups and bring high-quality projects across our respective launchpad infrastructure.”
In relation to the new partnership, the CEO of Bondly, Brandon Smith also said:
“Through a combination of our NFT capabilities and Occam.fi’s DEX and launchpad technology; every collaborative project will be set up for multichain success. Our deep experience in the NFT market is a natural fit to rapidly grow the untapped potential for NFTs within the Cardano ecosystem.”
Partnership between Cardano’s IOG and Bondly
Bondly has accrued profound experience in the NFT market, an area where Cardano cannot fully function yet until the implementation of smart contracts.
Back in December 2020, IOG, the soft are firm behind the development of Cardano (ADA), announced a partnership with Bondly, making the firm become the first DeFi project enabled on the Cardano blockchain.
From the ground up, OccamRazer was designed to perfectly function in the Cardano ecosystem as the key fundraising platform and catalyst for the emerging decentralized applications (DApps) on Cardano.
OccamRazer comes with several powerful features, including intelligent governance layer design, cross-chain nature of the solution, among others.