BlockGuard Partners with Masterblox to Enhance Its DeFi-Focused Wealth Management Platform


BlockGuard, a DeFi innovator focused on wealth management, has partnered with Masterblox, a Web3 hyperscaling partner based in Dubai. 

This partnership is in line with BlockGuard’s 2024 roadmap, which aims to enhance access to DeFi services by integrating MasterBlox’s cutting-edge blockchain solutions into the BlockGuard Wealth Management (BGWM) platform and its innovative Prospector NFTs.

Designed to bridge the gap between traditional finance and DeFi investing, the BGWM platform enables users to seamlessly diversify their portfolios across various cryptocurrencies with a single transaction.

This DeFi-centric investment platform features several tools to assist investors in gaining exposure in the crypto market. They include portfolio-building and planning tools, curated funds powered by Prospector or The Reserve, and the BG Fund, which is divided into three categories: moderate fund (least risk), growth fund (medium risk), and aggressive fund (highest risk).

Masterblox, on the other hand, brings along a wealth of expertise in accelerating Web3 projects through hyperscaling and growth hacking.

Renowned for its work in assisting numerous DeFi and blockchain projects, MasterBlox focuses on two core approaches: a business development tool dubbed the credits system, which manages connections between VCs, partners, and projects, and growth hacking strategies which have been used by prominent entities in the crypto space, including Chainlink and BNB chain.

Through this dual-pronged approach, MasterBlox has consistently demonstrated its commitment to driving success in the crypto space, establishing itself as an invaluable partner for people as well as institutions seeking comprehensive support.

The collaboration between BlockGuard and Masterblox marks a significant milestone in the evolution of DeFi services. Integrating Masterblox’s cutting-edge systems will enable BlockGuard to enhance the capabilities of the BGWM platform, resulting in a more seamless and efficient user experience, with improvements in transaction speed, security, and access to a broader array of blockchain networks.

Commenting on the partnership, Carlos Prada, CEO of Masterblox, highlighted his optimism, stating that,

“We are thrilled to join forces with BlockGuard, a company that shares our commitment to innovation and growth in the DeFi space. This partnership will allow us to leverage our respective strengths, enhancing the BGWM platform and Prospector NFTs with our advanced services. Together, we aim to redefine the DeFi experience, providing users with more efficient and secure investment opportunities.”

About BlockGuard

BlockGuard offers a diverse product line encompassing cutting-edge solutions, including decentralized professionally managed funds, a gold-backed token redeemable for physical gold, and advanced financial planning software utilizing blockchain technology for investment categorization and AI for recommendations. Additionally, our ongoing development of a groundbreaking blockchain incorporates unprecedented features, including on-chain two-factor authentication (2FA), setting new standards for security and functionality.

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