January 17, 2022 - 3 min read
SupraOracles has officially announced a partnership with iMe Labs. The iMe Messenger & Crypto Wallet app by iMe Labs includes both messaging and crypto tools and introduces its native token called LIME bringing a lot of in-app and other utilities to the community. LIME smart contracts are built on Ethereum and Binance chains (Polygon is coming soon), which is why a partnership with SupraOracles will be so beneficial in helping to move data off-chain. A Binance Pay integration is also completed, displaying iMe’s capabilities as a fully-fledged platform in its own right.
iMe Labs is also going to launch NFT-Neurobots, in addition to various Telegram customization features and DeFi functionality. The collaboration with SupraOracles opens up endless ways these entities can work together to enhance productivity in the DeFi space.
iMe implements advanced features that Telegram lacks. This includes translation in chats, voice-to-text translation, text from photo extraction, cloud albums, and advanced folder settings. iMe and Telegram can be used interchangeably, as the structure of the messenger utilizes a common server and is fully synchronized. User authorization, chats data transfer and storage occur through the servers of the official client. Besides, the DeFi functionality implemented in the app allows sending crypto with a Telegram handle, using the crypto wallet, DEXs, and Binance Pay right in the messaging platform.
Alex Borutskiy, Co-Founder and CBDO of iMe Labs, commented:
“We are excited to announce the kickoff of our collaboration with SupraOracles. It is clear that both of our organizations are looking to be masters of innovation in their respective specialties, and we are excited to see how this partnership can push both to the next level.”
Joshua D. Tobkin, CEO and Co-founder of SupraOracles, commented:
“Our new partnership with iMe Labs has the potential to open up a wealth of opportunities for both parties. Their innovative usage of the Telegram API-based messenger with a crypto wallet that simplifies transfers and requests is one to watch in the space. Looking forward, iMe labs will be able to utilize our technology to move data off-chain seamlessly whenever necessary.”
SupraOracles is committed to bridging the gap between the Web3 ecosystem and conventional capital markets. Our mission and vision are to empower the modern developer’s community with a novel Oracle toolset such that they are able to effectively create, manage, and deploy data applications with top-notch performance, agility, and robustness.
Our innovative project is given support by experienced professionals having ample expertise in the field of randomness research, consensus mechanisms, investment banking, real-time data-based services, conventional stock exchanges, digital securities, DeFi, DLT & Blockchain, and big 4 consulting.
With the help of our highly supportive developer community and increasing list of relevant partners, SupraOracles is committed to solving the overall oracle dilemma along with the future of the finance world.
iMe is an ecosystem containing the Telegram-based messenger, Crypto Wallet, DeFi tools, and its native utility token LIME. The app allows sending crypto in a few clicks, making crypto transactions fast, secure and hassle-free.
Any user can send cryptocurrencies they hold in their iMe wallet to any of their contacts via their Telegram handles in a matter of seconds. With robust DeFi capabilities integrated into the messenger (Uniswap, Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, PancakeSwap), iMe is on a mission to make DeFi more accessible to a wider population.
iMe is the first to add Binance Pay functionality into the messaging ecosystem, which is available now in the iMe app for Android and iOS users. Next in iMe’s pipeline is a LIME donation feature for Telegram groups and channels, Polygon chain integration into the app, and going live on Polygon.
Get news, insights, and more.
Sign up for the SupraOracles newsletter for company news, industry insights, and more. You’ll also be the first to know when we come out of stealth mode.