NEW YORK, Jan. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FMW Media Works’ New on The Street TV announces the signature of a television series in 6 episodes with stater (CRYPTO: STR) ($STR)an NFT Crypto Company.
Over the next 6 months, viewers will understand Stater’s crypto business that unlocks values and rebates when an NFT holder lends and borrows on their platform. Stater is an open-source, peer-to-peer lending platform for NFT assets. The developed ecosystem allows STR token holders to earn interest, borrow and lend. Stater allows holders to leverage the values of NFT holders without losing their ownership rights.
Bogdan Baiceanu, CEO and Co-Founder of Stater, said, “I am thrilled to be working with the highly professional broadcast experts at New to The Street as they begin interviewing us about our company Stater NFT. Their syndicated media can expand our marketing capabilities, allowing others to learn more about our unique STR Token and Stater Lending/Borrowing NFT Platform. At Stater, we all look forward to explaining the architecture of our ecosystem to the New to The Street audience as we educate and share our fundamental progress and successes.
Vincent Caruso, CEO of FMW Media Corp. and creator/producer of New to The Street TV, said, “We anticipate a successful stater (CRYPTO: STR) ($STR) Series in 6 episodes broadcast on our syndicated television network. Our audiences need to understand their platform in depth, which acts as an escrow between lenders and borrowers. I’m thrilled to have the direction of Stater on our syndicated TV series.
Upcoming Stater interviews will air on New to The Street TV’s national and international syndicated networks, including The Sunday Newsmax TV slot, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ETFox Business Network, Bloomberg Television, and other channels; expect announcements on future broadcast dates and times.
On stater (CRYPTO: STR) ($STR):
stater (CRYPTO: STR) ($STR) builds an open-source NFT asset lending platform that helps users unlock and harness the value of their NFTs without losing ownership. The company’s mission is to enable lending to every NFT that has value by providing a frictionless experience and multi-channel interoperability. Stater NFT holders can unlock rebates when they lend or borrow, receive community airdrops, and other benefits within the ecosystem. Stake STR Token has a discount of 5% on the interest rate and 5% on the loan amount. Holders can create a loan file and receive a loan in $STR and offer loans in $STR to borrowers who have this option activated. The platform is currently available on Ethereum, Mainnet and Polygon with more integrations on the way – https://stater.co/.
About FMW Media:
FMW Media operates one of the oldest Nielsen-sponsored and syndicated programming television brands in the United States and internationally, “New to the Street,” and its blockchain show “Exploring The Block.” Since 2009, these brands have aired biographical interview shows on major US television networks. Television platforms reach more than 540 million households in the United States and international markets. NEWSMAX/New to The Street TV show airs its syndication Sundays at 10 a.m. ET. FMW is also one of the largest buyers of long-form and short-form linear television in the country – https://www.newsmaxtv.com/Shows/New-to-the-Street & https://www.newtothestreet.com/.
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