Place/Date: - August 11th, 2022 at 3:12 pm UTC · 2 min read
Contact: Simon Gegen, Communications Manager, Source: HollaEx
White label software provider in cryptocurrency exchange technologies HollaEx broke the news that it has been presented with the Best White Label Crypto Exchange Software of 2022 award by Slashdot. The social news website, Slashdot was founded in 1999 under the initial slogan “News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters”. Articles about science, technology, and politics are gathered on the website and then ranked by site users and editors. There is a comments box below each article where the readers may share their thoughts on the topic or software.
HollaEx was voted Best White Label Crypto Exchange Software of 2022 by the site’s active community because of the high quality of service it provides and the positive user comments it has gotten over the past few years. This is a true accomplishment for HollaEx, as the winning companies and products are held up as examples of being the best in their respective fields.
Slashdot contributors recognized HollaEx to be deserving of an award for its white-label crypto exchange services that have made significant contributions to the blockchain community. Moreover, other site members may share their thoughts on the HollaEx review posted on the website by using the comment box provided below. This exemplifies the optimum level of quality that HollaEx provides to its clientele.
HollaEx is the pinnacle of crypto software for establishing one’s own digital markets, complete with one’s own digital assets and hosted on one’s own website. Over a decade’s worth of combined expertise in the design and implementation of crypto technologies can be found in the HollaEx team. To facilitate the transition of companies into the era of Web 3 blockchain-driven services, it is their objective to provide bespoke, future-proofed technology.
Slashdot is a social news website that was once marketed as a “News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters”. It offers news articles about science, technology, and politics that have been contributed by site users and edited by site editors. These articles are then assessed by the site users. Each article has a comments area linked to it, which allows people to provide feedback about the article online. Hope College students Rob Malda, commonly known as “CmdrTaco,” and classmate Jeff Bates, better known as “Hemos,” established the website in 1997 and is one of the earliest news technology websites on the internet.
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