Open Rights Exchange Network partners with AllianceBlock LMaaS to offer ORE Token through IDO | Access Blockchain via Decentralized Web 3.0

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The Open Rights Foundation announced a one-month liquidity mining campaign with AllianceBlock, which will distribute 1,180,000 ORE ($ORE) tokens over 30 days.

“Community involvement is essential to the long-term success of any successful technology, and we’re proud to be able to reward our community whose passionate support, and contributions propel us forward each day”

With the Open Rights Exchange (ORE) blockchain, identities, assets, and rights are decentralized. The ORE platform works cross-chain with Ethereum, Algorand, EOS and other networks to connect Web 2.0 identities to Web 3.0 technologies – making blockchain technology accessible and easy to use for everyone, anywhere. The Open Rights Foundation has developed and built ORE, a blockchain designed to manage secure identities and digital assets across multiple chains, allowing billions of people around the world to use blockchain applications without the significant barriers currently associated with accessing Web 3.0 infrastructure.

The ORE Tokens will be allocated through the community incentive pool as part of ORE Foundation’s mission to drive adoption of the ORE Blockchain. AllianceBlock Liquidity Mining as a Service (LMaaS) manages this program on Ethereum. On October 12, 2021, the Open Rights Foundation launched the ORE token across multiple blockchains through an Initial Dex Offering(IDO). With the campaign, the organization aims to continue aligning with its core values while prioritizing and giving back to the ORE community, whose support has helped the Open Rights Exchange Network grow from its inception in 2017 to its recent public debut.

“Community involvement is essential to the long-term success of any successful technology, and we’re proud to be able to reward our community whose passionate support, and contributions propel us forward each day,” said ORE contributor and AIKON CEO, Marc Blinder. “Today’s liquidity mining campaign puts more ORE tokens in the hands of the public, and advances our goals of achieving a fully decentralized future,” Blinder said.

In addition to AllianceBlock, Open Rights Foundation has partnered with Algorand Foundation, Republic Crypto, RedFox Labs and other leading contributors to the blockchain ecosystem to develop and promote cross-chain decentralized finance (DeFi) products and services for mass adoption.

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About Open Rights Exchange

The Open Rights Exchange is built to be simple to use, and compatible with all chains. A single password — not a key — is provided as the entry to not just the Open Rights Exchange, but to all other chains including Ethereum, Algorand and EOS — with even more chains being added every quarter. Applications built on the Open Rights Exchange work across multiple blockchains and can easily connect to the off-chain world. Consumers manage all of their assets and rights under one account, instead of having pools of capital siloed on different blockchains and off-chain accounts. Learn more at

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