Fusion Foundation Announces MainNet Launch Of Its Open Source Protocol to Bring Blockchain Finance to the Masses

New York, June 19, 2019 – Fusion Foundation, the non-profit organization building the next generation infrastructure for decentralized global finance, today announced the official MainNet launch of its ground-breaking open source protocol developed to bring blockchain finance to the masses.

Following the December launch of Fusion’s Payable Staged Test Network (PSN), Fusion’s growing user community added hundreds of nodes, more than 800,000 transaction blocks and validated over 1,000,000 transactions. The timing of Fusion’s MainNet launch is welcomed by the 40+ companies – including banks, global social impact organizations, blockchain projects, exchanges and more – that are actively exploring how to use Fusion’s innovative features and interoperable framework.

By combining these features, virtually any financial transaction can easily be expressed on the blockchain. Earlier this month, Fusion was invited to discuss the role of blockchain for bringing global finance to the masses as a featured panellist at the United Nations Blockchain Summit in New York.

John Liu, Fusion Chief Product Officer

“Our protocol can help all companies and projects improve data sharing and transparency, create digital assets, prevent fraud and ease access to financial resources. But it is our mission as an organization to avail these benefits to underreached governments and empowering global organizations like the United Nations to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals.”