Dinara Introduces Dinara Connect, A Partner Network to Drive Crypto Economy Growth
Crypto enterprise financial services provider Dinara has launched Dinara Connect.
It functions as a collaborative network, offering startups, venture capitalists, and other enterprises the opportunity to connect with top-tier financial, legal, technical, and advisory services providers.
Launch partners include Chainalysis, QuickNode, TaxBit and others.
Dinara, a crypto enterprise financial services provider, today announced the launch of its partner platform called Dinara Connect.
The platform serves as a collaborative network that offers crypto startups, venture capitalists, and other enterprises the opportunity to connect with top-tier financial, legal, technical, and advisory service providers.
Upon its debut, the offerings will encompass business insurance policies and underwriting that tackle the distinct obstacles encountered by crypto founders. Additionally, the company said that there will be tax, accounting, and compliance solutions customized to suit the needs of crypto teams.
Dinara said that the platform will offer enterprise-grade fractional CFO partners, blockchain development solutions, and a suite of legal services to cater to the needs of crypto startups.
“We focused the launch of Dinara Connect on critical business infrastructure – financial, tax and accounting, data and compliance, insurance, legal, and development providers – as those services are critical to a crypto startup’s ability to get off the ground and position itself for long term success,”Laurence Latimer, co-founder and CEO of Dinara, told Metaverse Post.
Dinara’s Latimer noted that certain governments have made progress in establishing clearer regulatory frameworks, offering more assurance to investors and cultivating a steadier ecosystem. However, during 2022 and 2023, the industry encountered substantial challenges encompassing market fluctuations, security issues, illicit activities, and ongoing discussions regarding how to harmonize innovation and regulation.
Latimer further explained that these challenges had significantly hampered the ability of crypto businesses to concentrate on their product and expansion.
The platform has partnered with Bitwave, Chainalysis, Fenwick, Propeller Industries, QuickNode, TaxBit, and Vouch for its current launch. Latimer stated that these companies boast proven track records in supporting top-tier crypto ventures, adjusting to industry challenges.
“By pre-vetting qualified and trusted partners, Dinara Connect aims to reduce the time and friction spent finding, evaluating and onboarding new partners so that our customers can focus on solving core problems for their customers,” he added. “This furthers our overall mission to provide a frictionless experience for businesses to interact with digital assets.”
The company told Metaverse Post that it plans to welcome additional partners in the coming months and years, aligning with evolving customer needs and the company’s commitment to supporting the ecosystem.
“We also look forward to bringing our partners together for shared events and content distribution, as one of the overarching goals of this initiative is to present a cohesive, institutional suite of solutions to anybody building a business in the crypto economy,” said Latimer.
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