Radio shack is now only interested in DeFi and NFT. The company’s new goal is to “fill in the gaps in the mainstream use of DeFi.”
Radioshack, a supplier of electrical components and specialist equipment, celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Changing your company line is an excellent approach to commemorate your long career in the industry. The firm wishes to provide a fresh perspective on DeFi initiatives. It asserts that it will “bridge the gap” between DeFi and its clients. Everything will be built on Atlas USV’s collaboration. It’s a community effort “to create a global, decentralised, and publicly available DeFibase layer.”
While no formal announcements have been made yet, Radioshack’s new Twitter description sends a clear message: the company is now interested in entering the decentralized financial market.
The official website of RadioShack is now exclusively dedicated to “RadioShack DeFi.” The new DeFi service will begin with creating an exchange platform that will be backed by the Atlas USV token. The objective is to develop a mechanism on DEX that allows third-party tokens to flow in continuously and be exchanged for discounted USV tokens.
RadioShack has been around for nearly 100 years. It started out as a small storefront in Fort Worth, Texas and now it’s the largest specialty retailer of consumer electronics in the United States. RadioShack is a multinational company that operates over 5,000 locations worldwide.
Around 1999, the corporation had locations in the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada under the names Radioshack and Tandy. Outside of these locations, the corporation has sold rights to other businesses to use the Radioshack name throughout Asia, North Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
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