Codeex currently has three large own tech products that use sophisticated technology, including Metaverse, NFT, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain, communication system frameworks. We spent long years and effort into making our products, using modern technology and a brilliant team. All of our products have one thing in common – they have a strong orientation toward where the world is going and where the world will be in the future, following trends that have only just begun to form.

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Vone is a virtual communication operator, which provides NFT-based profile and identity.

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GYM Street

GYM Street is the ultimate financial metaverse platform for accessing investment, mining and trading.

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GYM Network

GYM Network is a DeFi Aggregator Investment System combining the best yields with high rewards.

With that in mind, we have created game-changing products, one of which – Vone, using Starlink technology, is communication systems. We have also penetrated the crypto-world, creating a smart DeFi Aggregator Investment System, allowing people to make smart investments and get best yields and high rewards. As if that weren’t enough, our next step was creating a digital world – a Metaverse platform that features an environment where people can buy land parcels, make investments, do mining and trading. And obviously these products, being innovative and revolutionary, have yet a huge way to evolve and develop.

All of our products have a strong future and global orientation. Why future? Because these products and similar ones will be in mainstream utility years from now. In the case of Vone, two factors combine into Vone’s long-term relevance; on the one hand there is a big gap in (Internet-based) business communication market – there is simply no player that can replace the personal communication and entertainment apps used in business today and resulting in many international and especially B2C, C2B, G2C, C2G calls being conventional and overpriced. On the other hand, the GSM market is slowly dying.

Just the same way the SMS market died (here’s an interesting read) and is now used only for marketing and authentication purposes, similarly GSM market services will fade out soon enough: the SIM cards, pay per minute, geographical restrictions, etc. Communication will go 100% over the world wide web, and the business world will need a solid global communication provider.

 And why global? The vision, the goal and the effectiveness we had in mind when building our products was and is spread out all over the world for the entire humanity.