Crypto news site, NearProtocolBus, has launched a new website and blog. It will be launching soon providing all the information on NEAR Protocol and other Crypto Layer 1 Solutions. Visit https://nearprotocolbus.com for more information.
In a exciting change of pace, informational news site "Near Protocol Bus", will be celebrating the launch of its new Crypto News Site service by encouraging readers to speak the word about the whole crypto universe and become part of this growing environment.. It's reported the event will take place on 11th of February.
In a space where most competitors simply post some ads and leave it at that and fail to cause much of a stir, Near Protocol Bus has opted to be a little more exciting with the inception of its new Crypto News Site service.
To find out more about the service and Near Protocol Bus itself, it's possible to visit http://www.nearprotocolbus.com
Paul, Owner at Near Protocol Bus, says: " We wanted to be exciting with our Crypto News Site service launch because we wanted to give our customers all the advantages they could possibly need to make good investment decisions when it comes to the rapidly growing crypto industry.
It should be really worthwhile and we're hoping it teaches people something new and provide them the best en most complete information there is for NEAR Protocol and other Layer one Crypto news. It should go great unless our support desk blows up ;)!
Near Protocol Bus has always thrived on the idea of standing out and making a commotion. It's all part of the fun and it's going to will give something back to our readers, which we think is better than businesses who choose to do things the 'regular' way. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways Near Protocol Bus achieves that goal.
When asked about the Crypto News Site service, Paul said: "it's going to be a real hit because it is completely unique and we know our customers have been waiting for this for a long time".
Near Protocol Bus's Crypto News Site service is set to 'go live' 11th of February. To find out more about the service and Near Protocol Bus itself, it's possible to visit http://www.nearprotocolbus.com