Bern, Switzerland, 29th November 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, The european blockchain company JDB entered the market in early september this year and solved given problems straight from the start. JDB made it its mission to provide transparency to the crypto space and help investors successfully navigate and trade within the Ethereum and Binance Smart chain Networks. With another major update coming, this altcoin is set for success.
The team of seasoned experts there, just announced another major update to their ecosystem, that provides users with an edge over their competitors and drives innovation and accessibility for all cryptocurrency traders.
Gone are the days when cryptocurrency enthusiasts had to invest hours of their precious time to track down profitable wallets and follow the stream of capital to find the next highly lucrative altcoin. The team behind JDB just made this a lot easier.
With their innovative decentralized application, users can track profitable wallets and get a deep dive into the analytics of any token on the Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain Network within minutes. This saves precious time, provides valuable information to the everyday user, and reduces the risks involved when trading altcoins.
With the highly anticipated release, users will also be able to buy entry passes in the form of NFTs in addition to the lifetime membership that can already be acquired through the purchase of the native token ($JDB). JDB just announced the launch of a mobile version of their service combined which an international marketing campaign to drive adaption even further.
Always following their slogan “Just Data from Blockchain” they provide highly useful data and intuitive tools for any trading behavior. With this young player in the market making moves straight from the start, JDB could be one of the top altcoins to watch out for in 2023.
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