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MARCH 31, 2021, San Francisco, CA – Cere Network (Cere), the first Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC) platform, today announced their public sale on April 8 on Republic, DAO Maker, and Polkastarter. The three-platform approach is a first-of-its-kind in order to satisfy demand for the $CERE token, which will be the token’s first public offering. Cere has previously raised $10 million from a collection of the blockchain world’s biggest and highest profile investors, including Binance, OKEx, Republic, Arrington XRP Capital, NGC Ventures, Kenetic, Gate.io, and AU21, amongst others. Launched in 2019, Cere is one of the few blockchain companies that already counts a number of Fortune 1000 companies as clients of their industry-leading decentralized CRM (Customer Relationship Management) tools and DDC platform.
“We’ve very excited to be able to offer the $CERE token for the first time to the public in such a unique and open way,” said Fred Jin, CEO of Cere Network. “This three-platform approach ensures that people can purchase our token in the environment they are most comfortable with. We’re also proud of having built a sustainable business and introducing real-world blockchain solutions to Fortune 1000 companies.”
The company was founded by former executives from Amazon, Twitch, D-Link, and Bebo, and counts the former COO of Salesforce, Rajani Ramanathan, as a member of their Advisory Board. Cere’s utility token is powering a transformative SaaS DeFi framework, fueling the Decentralized Data Cloud Platform, Cere Marketplaces and SaaS-DeFi ecosystem, as well as being used for staking and governance.
The three platforms where the $CERE token are available are all unique in their own separate ways:
Republic: Previously, Republic has only held investment opportunities for Silicon Valley blue chip companies, including SpaceX, Carta, and Robinhood. Typically, only 3% of startups make it through Republic’s due diligence and investment committee. This will be Republic’s first token offering. For more information on how to participate in the “Cere x Republic” sale, click here.
DAO Maker: DAO Maker’s DAO Pad is a highly anticipated multi-investment platform that allows DAO Maker’s most loyal and diligent community members that stake DAO tokens to participate in a variety of public, private, and even seed rounds of funding for projects. Cere will be the first-ever project on DAO Pad. For more information on how to participate in the “Cere x DAO Maker” sale, click here.
Polkastarter: With Polkastarter, decentralized projects such as Cere will be able to raise and exchange capital cheap and fast. Users will be able to participate in a secure and compliant environment and to use assets that go way beyond the current ERC20 standard. For more information on how to participate in the “Cere x Polkastarter” sale, click here.
Over the last few weeks, the Cere team has been rewarding early supporters for their patience waiting for the token sale, by introducing a series of unique whitelisting events. These events have been in collaboration with renowned blockchain projects, including Polygon, Marlin, Ankr, Darwinia, and more. The Cere whitelist currently counts over 60.000 subscribers. Whitelisting guarantees placement in investing, but isn’t necessary to participate in the Cere sales.
About CERE Network
Cere Network is the first Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC) platform in alignment with Polkadot, optimized for service data integration and data collaboration. While most enterprise blockchains are simply distributed ledgers, the Cere DDC platform is built from the ground up to power the new generation of first-party customer data ecosystems. Harnessing similar goals to cloud platforms like Snowflake, Cere’s DDC platform is delivering on a new decentralized level of data privacy, data agility, and data interoperability.
Cere Network is founded by former executives from Amazon, Twitch, D-Link, and Bebo. Cere is backed by Binance Labs, Arrington XRP Capital, Fenbushi Capital and Neo Global Capital, amongst others. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in New York and Berlin.