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DEC 20, 2023

CrossAngle undergoes rebranding, shifting focus to ERP solution

by CoinNess Global

According to industry sources on Wednesday (KST), CrossAngle, the operator of digital asset data research platform Xangle, is in the process of rebranding. The company recently changed its name to Xangle, and the research platform’s name will be changed to Xangle Portal. Its Web3 enterprise resource planning solution formerly known as Xangle Beacon will also be renamed Xangle ERP.

Service transition

Previously, Xangle’s main services involved evaluation and disclosure for crypto-related projects. However, in the first half of this year, these services were suspended due to uncertainty surrounding crypto regulations, and the company started shifting its focus to data research. It had also announced plans to launch a business-to-business (B2B) solution for companies that are looking for crypto asset accounting services.
Now, Xangle is gearing up to establish Xangle ERP — scheduled for release at the beginning of next year — as its main service. This solution is targeted toward Web3 enterprises and uses on-chain data to provide accounting services, manage tokenomics systems and evaluate the performance of blockchain projects. The firm announced on Monday that it would host a closed beta test for companies that signed up for pre-registration.

Strategic alliance

Xangle also recently formed a partnership with Samjong KPMG, the South Korean branch of accounting giant KPMG, to jointly research how on-chain data can be used for accounting in the crypto sector. This is a crucial opportunity in the development process for Xangle ERP, as Xangle will be able to ascertain the various real-world problems that Web3 businesses face.
“Xangle has been focusing on building infrastructure that can process on-chain data and conducting research to understand it. Through our partnership with Samjong KPMG, we will be able to expand our knowledge and expertise on accounting and taxes,” said Lee Hyun-woo, Co-CEO of Xangle.
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