radar relay

radar relay

[′rā‚där ′rē‚lā]
(engineering)
Equipment for relaying the radar video and appropriate synchronizing signal to a remote location.
Process or system by which radar echoes and synchronization data are transmitted from a search radar installation to a receiver at a remote point.
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The AaAaAeAax order book (https://medium.com/radarrelay/ledger-integration-update-994ce2c5ac9 Radar Relay recently added support for Ledger hardware wallets, which will make it easier for people to access (https://twitter.com/0xstark/status/953793481784414208) decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges directly through the wallets.
Radar Relay's CEO Alan Curtis told International Business Times this was not an official partnership with Ledger, although the wallet provider was supportive when technical questions came up.  They considered several hardware wallets before choosing Ledger as the first to directly support decentralized exchange access.
Wall Street veteran and cryptocurrency investor Jill Carlson (https://twitter.com/_jillruth/status/953821536758018049) tweeted this was the "most important thing to happen to crypto since SegWit." (https://www.coindesk.com/decentralized-exchange-ethereum-0x-24-million-in-ico/) CoinDesk reported the AaAaAeAax protocol's namesake nonprofit raised $24 milli through an ICO in 2017, while the exchange (https://www.coindesk.com/decentralized-token-exchange-radar-relay-raises-3-million/) Radar Relay raised $3 million from venture capitalists.
In less than a year, Radar Relay has "become one of the biggest names in cryptocurrency," says Jamie Finney, the western regional director of Startup Colorado.
Curtis says Radar Relay hopes to "onboard the world to the token economy," and serve as one of the primary players in "rearranging the world economy."