More than 3,000 people from the banking, legal, finance, tech, startup and blockchain sectors are expected to attend the fourth annual Canadian FinTech & AI Awards on November 26 in Toronto.
“We’re honoured to receive this recognition and to be nominated for this prestigious award alongside such innovative companies, all of whom push the boundaries every day,” Clayton Moore, CEO at NetCents Technology, said.
Last month, NetCents said it had entered a joint agreement with cryptocurrency company Verge Currency. Under the agreement, NetCents will be a vendor for Verge, which will promote the NetCents platform through social media and marketing.
Shares of NetCents Technology climbed $0.02, or 1.6%, to $1.24 on Wednesday.
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