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OPEN Platform and Zensoft Partner on Blockchain Payments Technology

Zensoft, a 150+ employee technology powerhouse that fuels the backend of some of Silicon Valley's startups, said it entered into a strategic partnership with the OPEN Platform to facilitate the acceptance of cryptocurrencies in its enterprise software development projects.

OPEN, a San Francisco and Toronto based blockchain initiative, provides an essential infrastructure for integrating blockchain technology into existing and future software applications. OPEN's blockchain Scaffolds, OPEN State transaction receipts, and the OPEN API will allow Zensoft to incorporate cryptocurrencies. OPEN's payments infrastructure provides software developers and applications the needed infrastructure to connect payments made on-chain in wallets in a way applications can actually utilize them on their backends.

According to Zensoft, integration with the OPEN Platform aligns with its mission to become the AWS for Software Development Expertise. A crypto company can now rent development, design, QA and machine learning capacity from Zensoft by paying directly with its own cryptocurrency, creating a synergistic value dynamic with its customers as building a high performing product for these customers furthers Zensoft's bottom line.

With more than 150 team members distributed around the globe and offices in San Francisco, Minsk, Tel Aviv and Bishkek, Zensoft specializes in leveraging cutting edge tools to make the software development process streamlined and efficient for its clients.

OPEN is excited to announce new partnerships in the coming weeks that utilize OPEN's blockchain based payment infrastructure technology. OPEN's developer program includes it's developer growth pool to help developers achieve early traction for their applications. One of those which OPEN is excited about is titled Crypto Racing League, which uniquely utilizes decentralized assets combined with off chain game design mechanics. 

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