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Clear Junction Launches New Collaborative Platform for Clients in the Digital Asset Space

Payment solutions provider Clear Junction has launched ‘CJClique’, a new platform designed specifically for clients in the digital asset space. The offering hopes to help clients connect and collaborate with other industry players, streamlining settlements through the company’s internal payments network.

Liquidity providers in the digital asset space are set to benefit from the new platform, which aims to help them identify crypto exchanges which are already part of this client base. This should enable these businesses to liaise with one another to use the Clear Junction platform for internal settlements.

Aware that most settlements are time-sensitive, CJClique also aims to facilitate prompt settlement of payments sent across the ecosystem.

Increasing financial regulatory pressure across the globe means that the new collaborative ecosystem should help businesses “stay ahead of the curve” and better drive innovation. By working together, these digital asset companies can leverage the strengths of each other to develop solutions that comply with regulations while still being innovative and competitive.

Developing business by ‘introducing themselves to new crypto exchanges’
Dima Kats, CEO of Clear Junction
Dima Kats, CEO of Clear Junction

Dima Kats, CEO of Clear Junction, discussed the platform launch: “We are very excited to announce the launch of CJClique which has been in development for some time. Our clients will be able to develop their business by introducing themselves to new crypto exchanges and forming meaningful partnerships, while crypto exchanges will benefit in similar ways, as they will have the ability to settle with liquidity providers within our payment network.”

Clear Junction explained that partnerships within the digital assets landscape are essential for the future innovation of the industry. These partnerships enable greater levels of collaboration between different players across the ecosystem.

By partnering with other companies, Clear Junction’s digital assets clients can share and leverage expertise, resources, and networks to create new products and services that address the needs of an ever-evolving market. These partnerships will facilitate sustained innovation in the market by fostering cooperation and knowledge-sharing among industry players.

The Financial Conduct Authority also licenses and regulates Clear Junction in the UK. The payments solutions provider has offices in multiple locations across the UK and Europe: including London, Poland, Spain and Latvia.

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  • Tom joined The Fintech Times in 2022 as part of the operations team; later joining the editorial team as a journalist.

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