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Axes Network

1377 Av. Galilée, Quebec City, Canada

Axes Network is based in Quebec City, Canada and is a cloud-based information management platform.

Axes Network is based in Quebec City, Canada and is a cloud-based information management platform. The company provides licensing to the global gaming and entertainment industries. Earle Hall currently serves as the company’s President and CEO.  

Axes was founded in 2008 and has grown through the years to offer various payment services in more than 40 countries worldwide. The company focuses on streamlining its operations and reducing the threats of theft and fraud, while creating a safe gaming space for players.  

Axes said its platform “offers native and third-party applications and the advantage of AXES is simple.” 

The group went on to add, “We can connect to any type, number of machines and size of location.” 

Company President and CEO Earle Hall commented briefly in a social media post on the evolution of Axes through the years and what the future holds for the company. 

He said, “Our path to becoming a true AI company started over 10 years ago with the focus on data first. Data is the life force of AI. We invested millions and developed the most advanced expertise in real-time data collection in our Industry for pulse, SaS and every type of gaming machine. 

“With this expertise, we then successfully commercialized in more than 40 countries offering cashless, business intelligence and real time marketing and player engagement solutions.” 

Axes was recently recognized by the Government Blockchain Association (GBA) as the first company to offer a blockchain solution that meets the Blockchain Maturity Model’s (BMM) list of requirements. The GBA also rated the company as a Level One Trusted Blockchain Solution.  

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