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OIO Holdings aims to meld traditional and digital finance with restructure

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie9/16/2021 08:05 PM GMT+08  • 8 min read
OIO Holdings aims to meld traditional and digital finance with restructure
Find out how OIO Holdings, formerly DLF Holdings, is transforming itself from an engineering company to one dealing in blockchain.
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After a massive restructuring and takeover from a new shareholder, engineering firm DLF Holdings has rebranded itself as OIO Holdings, and is now carving out a space for itself in the growing blockchain industry.

OIO Holdings now consists of two main business segments, a consultancy arm known as OIO Singapore, and a staking platform business known as Moonstake.

How does Moonstake work? Basically, it operates what is known as a blockchain-staking pool protocol, which is a way for cryptocurrency holders to earn rewards by staking cryptocurrency they own. A staking pool aggregates digital assets from multiple token holders to increase the token holders’ likelihood of receiving blockchain validation rewards under the “proof of stake” (PoS) system.

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