This episode of Blockchain Token; Which is it? covers VertCoin! In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
VertCoin is a decentralized currency dedicated to the original principles of cryptocurrency: bringing financial control to the people. Vertcoin is well aware of possible manipulation by mining pools, and have made sure that every node operating on the network has an equal chance to mine. Vertcoin aims for fair distribution of their token, taking issues with airdrops and ICOs.
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Moving the Chain is an ongoing series from Blockchain WTF that shines a spotlight on folks who are making an impact in the world of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
Joseph Poon is the principal author of the Omise White Paper and also a co-author of Bitcoin’s ‘Lightning Network’ White Paper.
In this episode of ICO or NO Jeremy dives into the Wala project. Wala is looking to incorporate the under-served financial population into the global economy by offering complete financial services to markets that have not previously had this access. Wala offers individuals in these under-served countries to have access that could greatly speed up their economic development.
Jeremy dives into what the project hopes to achieve, the market conditions surrounding the project, the team, and the details of the token sale. Be sure to check back for more great ICO analysis.
Raw footage of the Chicago Blockchain Project Meetup on November 13, 2017. Hosted by Disruption Joe, the meetup focused on financial enterprise on the blockchain.
The first speaker, Juan Hernandez talked about his project, CFX markets. A secondary market for alternative assets!
Next up, Tor Bair talked about the Enigma platform, their decentralized data exchange. Catalyst hopes to utilize the Enigma platform to focus on data driven crypto invenstments. The project held a successful ICO earlier this year, raising $44 million dollars!
In Blockchain Token, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
Episode 23 covers the e-wallet development platform, OmiseGO (OMG). It’s an e-wallet and financial platform meant to reduce boundaries between fiat money and digital currencies, making it easy to exchange value in real-time, with lower costs and a high volume. They have a digital wallet development kit and exchange framework that enables financial institutions and payment processors, among others, to easily interchange value and coordinate with one another through the OmiseGO network. Our video explains the project in greater depth.
Stack is looking to solve the problem of blockchain scaling through the use of state channels. Watch as Jeremy breaks down the whole project including it’s goals, market, and ICO details! The STK token will use the blockchain technology in order to provide payment transfers at lower fees, incorporating more citizens into the global economy. Check back for more episodes of ICO or NO!
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Episode 22 of Blockchain Token – What is it? we cover Stratis. In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
Stratis is a development platform for organizations and financial services to develop, test, and deploy applications on the blockchain. They differentiate themselves from other development platforms by using a native C# (C-Sharp) coding language that easily integrates into the Microsoft .NET framework and is easier to maintain. They hope to bring companies and businesses “blockchain-as-a-service” in a way that is much simpler than other means of integrating blockchain technology.
The Cashaa project is looking to revolutionize banking. Watch as Jeremy breaks down the project! Cashaa is using Blockchain technology in order to provide banking services at lower fees, as well as provide these services to the unbanked and underbanked. Cashaa aims to offer several services that banks currently provide, such as exchanging cryptocurrencies, transferring money across borders, and offering lines of credit to those who currently not offered that option. Check back for more episodes of ICO or NO!
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Melon is a Greek word for ‘future,’ and Melonport is the company building the Melon protocol for digital asset management. With this you can use customizable strategies to manage your digital assets (these can be traditional assets too, backed by a digital token form). Although currently using Ethereum, Melon has built their system with a modular set-up which will enable added functionalities and interoperability with other chains in the future. Check out our resource page on Melon here!
Looking for a blockchain-based investment platform? BrickBlock is aiming to be the best decentralized investment platform to date! In this video, Jeremy goes over what the project is and what market advantages the project is trying to capitalize on. He also points out the noteworthy details about the ICO, any potential concerns, and hopes for the project.