Morpheus Labs integrates Waves into its blockchain service platform

Morpheus Labs, creators of a blockchain service platform, over the past year has been actively seeking partners that can accelerate and improve the wide range of services that they provide for enterprises seeking to adopt blockchain technology.

Adding to their list of partnerships, today, the company announced that it has integrated Waves, the open-source blockchain platform and decentralized environment for Web 3.0 applications.

The partnership will involve working together to improve on all verticals, with the priority to integrate Waves core expertise and technology onto Morpheus Labs’ Blockchain Platform-as-a-Service (BPaaS), and other areas such as public relations, branding, and marketing.

The Waves dApp development stack is now live on Morpheus Labs’ BPaaS Workspace

“The integration of Waves onto BPaaS will streamline the progress to gain access to Waves’ technology into a convenient, user-friendly service, allowing students, developers, and businesses to enhance and simplify dApp development without having to develop their own solutions from the ground up.”
– Sasha Ivanov, CEO of Waves Platform

The partnership aims to expand the adoption of both Waves’ and Morpheus Labs’ services on a global scale, as well as collaborate on business development and community-centric initiatives. Both parties will also look into the organizing of online/offline events such as AMAs, hackathons at the later part of the year.

“In this partnership, Morpheus Labs and Waves Platform will explore ways to enhance the technology to create a fuss-free and better user experience; adding value to enterprises around the world while gearing up for mass adoption. Integrating Waves’ focus on dApp development with their wallet/payment features onto the Morpheus Labs platform not only creates value for our AppLibrary, but will also provide us with the opportunity to expand our presence within the European market.”
– Chuang Pei-Han, CEO of Morpheus Labs

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