PattieSwap Ready to Launch a Top DEX With Low Fees

MONCTON, New Brunswick, May 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PattieSwap a new decentralized exchange (DEX), has officially launched its platform on the Binance Smart Chain. The platform allows users to trade and swap cryptocurrencies without the need for intermediaries and aims to provide a secure, reliable, and user-friendly alternative to traditional centralized exchanges.

With a focus on ease-of-use, PattieSwap V2 offers a simple and intuitive interface that makes it easy for both novice and experienced traders to avail wide range of financial options, including Binance Coin (BNB) and BEP-20 tokens. Users connect their Binance Smart Chain wallets and start trading, with no need to submit personal information or adhere to complex rules and regulations.

“We’re thrilled to announce the launch of PattieSwap V2, which we believe will be a game-changer in the world of decentralized finance,” said the PattieSwap team. “Our goal is to make it easy and accessible for anyone to participate in the crypto economy, regardless of their level of experience or technical knowledge.”

In addition to trading and swapping, PattieSwap V2 also offers liquidity pools and yield farming opportunities, allowing users to make use of new opportunities. Staking is also available, where users can lock up their tokens for a specified period in exchange for new set of choices.

The launch of PattieSwap comes at a time when decentralized finance (DeFi) is growing in popularity, with more users seeking out alternatives to traditional centralized exchanges. By offering a decentralized platform that puts users in control of their transactions, PattieSwap V2 is well-positioned to capture a growing share of the market.

“We believe that the future of finance is decentralized, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of this movement with the launch of PattieSwap V2,” said the team. “We look forward to continuing to innovate and provide our users with the best possible experience.”

About PattieSwap V2.

PattieSwap V2 has been established with an aim to provide financial solutions to users under various options.

PattieSwap has developed solutions under new decentralized exchange (DEX), and has officially launched its platform on the Binance Smart Chain. Further to trading and swapping, PattieSwap V2 also offers liquidity pools and yield farming opportunities.

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Hartarto, ASEAN ministers discuss worker issue within IPEF cooperation

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartartoand several ASEANtop-ranked officialsdiscussedthe role of third parties in the context of manpower issues within theIndo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) cooperation.The minister said in a statement received here on Sunday, the meeting was heldahead of the ministerial-level meeting of IPEFin Detroit, U.S. on Saturday local time. The discussion was attended by leaders of seven ASEANcountries delegations, namely Brunei Darussalam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. During the discussion, the participants highlighted the roles of labor unions and civil society in a number of issues related to manpower in ASEAN countries and emphasized the need to forge consensus within the IPEF cooperation. On the occasion, Hartarto noted that the mechanism in the International Labor Organization (ILO) could serve as a solution to overcome manpower problems by involving the roles of governments, companies, and labor unions. “Efforts to resolve manpower issues within the IPEF must be in line with ILO’s mechanism and carried out through it, by taking into account domestic regulations,” he said. Singaporean Trade and Industry Minister Gan Kim Yong confirmed Hartarto’s idea, saying that the manpower issues are indeed crucial ones, which require countries to pay close attention and consider their domestic conditions. Meanwhile, Special Adviser of Foreign Affairs Minister of Thailand Pornpimol Kanchanalak affirmed that his country is committed to handling such issues through the mechanism of ILO. Furthermore, Industry and Trade Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Hong Diem conveyed his country’s critical concern on manpower issues, adding that the condition of each IPEF member is varied in terms of measures to handle such issues. In conclusion, the ASEAN delegates have agreed that the discussion on the issues of manpower within the IPEF cooperation framework must be in line with ILO’s mechanism and it should be carried out through the mechanism, by taking domestic regulations as considerations. The meeting took place in a warm and friendly atmosphere, as it became a forum for ASEAN leaders to align their views and strengthen the bloc’s position in the IPEF discussions. In addition to Hartarto, Indonesia was represented by Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita and Indonesian Ambassador to the US Rosan. P. Roeslani in the meeting.

Source: Antara News Agency

BRIN says government to launch National Talent Management

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Deputy for Human Resources for Science and Technology at the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Edy Giri Rachman Putra, has said that the government will launch the National Talent Management (MTN) program.”There are three areas that will be the focus: the first will be the field of innovation research, which will be coordinated by BRIN; the field of arts and culture will be under the Ministry of Education and Culture; and the field of sports will be under the Ministry of Sports,” he said. He made the remarks during a discussion on “Building an Education Road Map in Indonesia: Improving the Quality of Education and Human Resources” at the Alumni Connect event organized by the World Indonesian Students’ Association (PPI Dunia) in Jakarta on Saturday. Through MTN, it is expected that many talents will grow to help realize the Golden Indonesia Vision 2045, he said. He added that in the future, there will be many talents who are expected to win medals at the Olympics, as well as promote arts and culture. The places where talents gather are universities, in the form of students and lecturers, he said. “Not to mention the researchers in the community and in the private sector that we need to invite and synergize with, and the most important thing is the (Indonesian) diaspora,” he said. Under the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision, Indonesia is seeking to become a developed nation by 2045, when it marks 100 years of its independence. On December 10, 2021, President Joko Widodo issued Presidential Decree (Keppres) No. 21 of 2021 concerning the National Talent Management Task Force. The aim of the task force is to prepare talented and globally competitive human resources. Comprehensive, sustainable, and innovative management and development of national talent are needed through breakthrough policies.

Source: Antara News Agency

Indonesia aims to develop high-quality human resources

Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Cultural Affairs Muhadjir Effendy has outlined three priority programmes to create superior human resources.

Effendy said that the Indonesian Government has targeted superior human resources with competency in order to realise the 2045 Golden Indonesia vision, which is pursued through three priority programmes. They are stunting prevalence reduction, extreme poverty eradication, as well as revitalisation in education and vocational training, he elaborated.

Effendy reminded that the deadline for those three priority programmes was in 2024. Hence, the minister pushed for extensive efforts to complete those priority agendas.

The minister highlighted some of the efforts that include refreshing the organisational structure by promoting and transferring officials across all scopes./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Deputy Minister seeks to empower MSMEs to increase exports

Palu, Central Sulawesi (ANTARA) – Deputy Minister of Trade Jerry Sambuagahas encouraged micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Central Sulawesi to continue to create innovation and develop their products in order to increase exports.”One of our focus is packaging as the international markets required better quality of packaging,” Sambuaga said during a visit to an MSME”Sri Rejeki Fried Onions Store” in Palu City, on Sunday. On the occasion, Sambuaga appealed to MSMEs to focus on the efforts to improve packaging quality to meet the standard required for obtaining LSPro (Product Certification Agency) certificate. He believes that the certificate can motivate MSMEs to bolster their efforts to improve their packaging quality, which, in turn, will help them to promote their products and further expand their sales overseas. The Trade Ministry, he added, is providing business actors with a supporting system program, which involves training and business matching with export as the orientation. “We have an export agency and several other export training facilities in a number of cities. This is part of the government’s concrete actions to provide support to MSMEs,” Sambuaga affirmed. He also conveyed the ministry’s commitment to constantly supporting every MSME in Central Sulawesi. Regarding to marketing, Sambuaga said that the ministry is providing coaching and training courses to MSMEs actors, with a special focus on marketing innovation by making the most of digital technology in accessing the marketplace. Sambuaga noted that the ministry has issued relevant Minister’s Regulations that urge all stores to prioritize local products, as part of the efforts to support MSMEs in gaining access to the marketplace. “The point is that we continue to support MSMEs and stand by their side. This matter has become our issue of priority to ensure that MSMEs will continue to progress,” he affirmed.

Source: Antara News Agency

Do not facilitate foreign tourists’ improper activities: Bali Governor

Denpasar, Bali (ANTARA) – Bali Governor Wayan Koster has appealed to local residents to not facilitate foreign tourists to commit activities that violate regulations and applicable laws.”Bali residents are prohibited from facilitating foreign tourists who wish to commit activities that are inconsistent with their visa permits or the provisions of law,” Koster said here Sunday. Residents who are not members of trade agencies or transportation renting associations are not allowed to provide two-wheeled vehicle rent services to foreign tourists, he added. The governor stressed his directives in response to the rampant activities of foreign tourists that are improper in nature, and are inconsistent with their visa permits. Such activities, he said, include not wearing appropriate attire and behaving improperly when visiting holy places, tourist attractions, public places, restaurants, trade centers, roads, and other public spaces. “Furthermore, foreign tourists are also prohibited from working or running businesses without wielding official documents issued by the authority,” he noted. He also drew attention to the recent report regarding foreign tourists allegedly using cryptocurrenciesas a means of payment. With this regard, Koster reiterated that rupiah is the only acceptable and lawful means of payment. “Bali residents are obliged to report on foreign tourists’ activities that are inappropriate and inconsistent with their visa permits to local police, immigration office, the Public Order Security Agency (Satpol PP), pecalang(Balinesecustomary security guard)and tourism office,” Koster remarked. Furthermore, the governor also appealed to tourism business actors to jointly maintain the good reputation and image of the Island of Gods in the efforts to realize a high-quality and dignified culture-based tourism. Koster also noted that the provincial government, along with the Regional Police and Bali’s Law and Human Rights Regional Office have been working in synergy to take firm action against tourists who violate rules by deporting them and imposing legal sanctions. On the indication of transaction using cryptocurrencies, Bali Police Head Inspector Gen. Putu Jayan Danu Putra affirmed that the police has investigated the case.

Source: Antara News Agency

Bangka Belitung focuses on improving maritime-based economy

Pangkalpinang, Bangka Belitung (ANTARA) – The Provincial Government of Bangka Belitung Islands is focusing on improving the marine and fisheries-based economy in an effort to transform its economy from tin ore mining.”We are prioritizing programs to develop marine potential, fisheries and sustainable tourism, bearing in mind that the tin mining sector will definitely run out,” Acting Governor of Bangka Belitung Islands Suganda Pandapotan Pasaribu said here on Sunday. He said that based on Regional Regulation Number 3 of 2020 concerning RZWP3K of the Bangka Belitung Islands Province for 2020-2040, the provincial government has issued a maritime policy that is oriented towards exploiting its marine potential for people’s welfare. “This regional regulation encourages sustainable fisheries, and not mining, because around 80 percent of the allocated area is used for maritime affairs and fisheries,” he said. He said that currently, the provincial government is prioritizing the developmentof marine and fisheries by providing capital assistance to traditional fishermen, fisheries sector business actors, and carrying out strict supervision of marine and fisheries business actors. In addition, the provincial government has also developed adequate infrastructure for fishermen and fishery entrepreneurs, managed and controlled the use of sea space and maintained seawater quality from waste pollution, as well as encouraged exports of fishery products abroad. “We are currently focusing more on economic development based on the processing industry, agro-industry, marine and fisheries, and sustainable tourism,” Pasaribu said. He hopes that all levels of society support this maritime policy so that the policy runs well. “Currently the potential for marine, fishery and tourism has not been managed properly to improve the economy of coastal communities in this area,” he said. ;!–/data/user/0/–

Source: Antara News Agency

Government quick to tackle online human trafficking: KSP

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The government has worked quickly to tackle human trafficking crimes that tricked its victims into online scamming,Presidential Staff Office (KSP) expert staff Siti Ruhaini Dzuhayatin said here on Sunday.”The release and repatriation of trafficking victims who were forced into online scammingis the result of the government’s quick work in dealing with it from the upstream to downstream level,” Dzuhayatin said. t the upstream level, the government coordinates with the ministriesagencies and local governments to respond to the cases. While on the downstream side, she said, the government has been encouraging ASEAN member states to carry out concrete cooperation in dealing with human trafficking crimes, especially those led by online fraud. “So the local authorities can become much more responsive in rescuing Indonesian citizens from the location of these online scam companies,” she added. ccording to the Foreign Affairs Ministry’s report, in early May, at least 25 Indonesian citizens were released from the Myanmar-Thailand border conflict area. The release process was assisted by the Indonesian Embassy in Yangon and the Indonesian Embassy in Bangkok. Not long after that release, the Indonesian government and the Philippines authority released 240 trafficking victims at a company complex allegedly operated an online fraud. Of the total victims, 53 were repatriated on May 25-26, while the rest were still undergoing legal processes in the Philippines. “KSP highly lauds the foreign minister and her ranks for strengthening response with ASEAN member states for concrete and friendly cooperation in handling trafficking,” Dzuhayatin said. Furthermore, she said President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has pushed for the importance of discussing the eradication of human trafficking crimes at the 42nd ASEAN Summit, Labuan Bajo, on May 9-11. President Jokowi emphasized that key aspects of the Epicentrum of Growth that focus on economic resilience, energy, and health architecture, must not leave out the negative impacts. “Especially on the abuse of digital technology which causes dehumanization and human trafficking which is referred to as modern slavery,” Dzuhayatin said.

Source: Antara News Agency