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Bitpanda, an Austrian trading platform for cryptocurrencies is partnering with the Vienna University of Technology to develop an open-source platform called “Pantos” for real-time arbitrage trading between different Blockchain tokens, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reported on Wednesday, March 7.
In partnership with the Vienna University of Technology, researchers from the Research Institute for Future Cryptoeconomics (RIAT) in Austria are also participating in the project.
The research project called “Pantos” aims to solve the problem of the increasing fragmentation of Blockchain tokens and to allow “worthwhile transfers of tokens over several blockchains” for the first time, Bitpanda announced in its press release on on Wednesday, March 7. This will enable traders to capitalize on price differences between pairs of digital currencies on one single platform.
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