What is Crypto currency (or digital asset)?
For those of you new to this growing reality, a Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that is created through mathematical engineering or algorithm. Cypto currency is designed to be open, anonymous, secure, fast and offers option to be able to bypass traditional financial structures.
Bitcoin, the world’s first Cryptocurrency, was created in 2009 and certainly a for-runner for digital currency. However, since then, many new Cryptocurrencies which are also known as Altcoins have been introduced onto the world scene.
■ A guide to help you find reputable cryptocurrency (for various digital assets) exchanges and platforms…
■ Discover and learn more about various digital assets such as Ethereum, Litecoin, Dodgecoin, etc. -see below…
💰 🔥 🔥 DAPP Cluster 🔥 🔥 💰
Highly Secure, audited, and fastest growing DApp, which provides Ethereum and Tron based investment platform with 2% daily interest to grow your ETH or TRON.
✅ System will provide daily 2% interest on the original investments.
✅ User can withdraw the money once money got doubled. This means locking up to 50 days (Same is called Hard locking period/Growing period).
✅ Once money got doubled, user has choice, to either leave or stay in the system.
✅ If user has decided to leave the system, he/she has to apply for the exit in the DApp. Once user applies for the exit, withdrawal button will be available after 11 days (soft locking period). In these 11 days of soft locking period user will not be receiving any interest. User has option to resume to the system by cancelling the exit and he/she will start earning interest again from that point onward, where user has to reinvest minimum amount.
✅ During the soft locking period user will not be eligible for any referral benefits or interest. So daily 2% interest generated during this soft locking period of 11 days will be utilized for paying referral income of the upper 3 levels as well as to pay marketing and development fees, so there will not be any deduction of referral amount, marketing and development fees from the user’s original investments.
✅ Post soft locking period of 11 days, user will be able to withdraw complete invested funds + interest earned + referral benefits if any.
✅ Once user exits from the system, referral hierarchy will be broken and upper level’s won’t get further referral benefits.
🎯 Referral Benefits
This will not be deducted from the user’s investments. Referral amount will be just assigned to referrer in a hierarchy in below mentioned proportions:
– 🎯 Level 1: 8%
– 🎯 Level 2: 4%
– 🎯 Level 3: 2%
Development and Marketing Fees :
Similar to the referral amount marketing and development fees also generated during soft locking period and will not be deducted from the original investments of the users. Development and marketing account will not be having any locking period as these fees will be used to continuous enhancements of the system for better functionality of the ecosystem and marketing activities from the beginning:
– ⚙️ Development Fees: 4%
– 📣 Marketing Fees: 4%
Key features :
✅ Investors can invest as small as 0.1 ETH or 5000 TRX using single website.
✅ Hard and soft locking periods will not allow system funds to drain and keep system live for the long run.
✅ Development fees, marketing fees or any referral amount will not be deducted from the original investments of the users. Same will be generated during soft locking period reducing burden on the investors.
Our official Website the “DAppCluster” platform went live to earn from investing on February 19, 2021. Stay tuned for when TRON (TRX) will be incorporated into the DAppCluster system later in 2021.
💰 💰 🏆 DAPP Incubator 🏆 💰 💰
“DI” is a very secure and audited, for your safety, DeFi Dapp. It is an investing Ecosystem for people around the world.
✅ DAppIncubator Is an Ecosystem containing a secure, trusted, transparent, and high return on investment (ROI) paying DeFi application that runs on The Ethereum Blockchain.
✅ The “DI” DeFi Dapp is an autonomous decentralized exchange smart contract deployed on the Ethereum blockchain which provides a secure way of generating passive income by providing a high return on investment.
✅ The DAppIncubator smart contract manages all blockchain transactions in real time without any third party intervention. The transactions include buying tokens, selling tokens, withdrawal, reinvestment, distribution of dividends, and defines the price of tokens etc.
✅ DAppIncubator generates income to users in multiple ways which includes increase in invested assets value, increase in purchased token price, earning dividends on token holdings etc.
✅ Details on how to start investing in crytpocurrency provided at http://cryptocounter.com/dappincubator
✅ Start Investing on DAppIncubator platform here: http://Di.cryptocounter.com
Coins Enabled for Investment with DI:
– 📣 Ethereum (ETH)
– 📣 UniSwap (UNI)
– 📣 Republic (REN)
– 📣 many more forthcoming in 2021
Ways to earn by Investing in DappIncubator
– ⚙️ 1. Incremental D[Token] Value
– ⚙️ 2. Dividend Received From Successive Investor Network Fees
– ⚙️ 3. Referral Benefits
DAppIncubator provides 3.33% of investment as referral bonus which is equivalent to 33.33% of network fees deducted. When referring others your ReferraL link format is as such: www.dappincubator.com/?ref=[ETH_Address] otherwise like, https://www.dappincubator.com/?ref=0xB75D94719Ea95d07d81Ce5468247c268F37EA114
The official “DappIncubator” platform Website went live for investments on March 22, 2021. Many more coins are to be incorporated into the DappIncubator system during 2021.
Xcess is revolutionizing the World of Exchange Trade
Transforming the way businesses and consumers transact, trade, and reward loyalty through a decentralized, tokenized, transparent, Hybrid Ecosystem.
CommunityJoin the XcessDefi community where you will be in good company with like-minded cryptocurrency developers, traders, and entrepreneurs.
Referral PlanXcessDefi rewards those that refer others to the platform. Rewards are distributed in real-time.
Bounty AirdropsTo show our appreciation to the early adopters of XcessToken, we will be conducting an airdrop and giving away XcessTokens.
Transparency & AnonymityVerifiable proof of the project’s performance statistics as well as its partner’s transaction history are publicly available on the Ethereum blockchain.
What to consider when using Tron and the TRX token
Might need this when we start using Tron. For those who are just purchasing “Gas or Fuel” known as Energy without knowing why. I hope this helps. Its all to do with smart contracts.
What is TRON Bandwidth and Energy?
TRON, while comparable to the Ethereum network, proposes some interesting new features aimed at solving a few issues that plague users on most existing blockchains. They are a type of resource earned through using the “Freeze” function from within your TRX wallet. The act of freezing your TRX tokens will lock them in place for a certain number of days, rendering you unable to trade or sell them until they are unfrozen. In exchange, your wallet is rewarded with resources that enable you to take certain actions with it.
Bandwith and Energy; what does it do?
Bandwidth: Having TRON bandwidth allows you to perform transactions on the TRON mainnet without paying any gas fees. Having sufficient bandwidth is crucial when using for dApps such as www.tronbet.io, where you might want to make several smaller transactions without having to worry about using your TRX tokens in the process.
Bandwidth is also used to cement yourself as an active member of the TRON community, allowing you to cast votes for Super Representatives.
Energy: This is a special resource used to process smart contracts on the TRON network. Smart contracts consume Energy in addition to Bandwidth, so be sure you have enough of both when moving your tokens around! Watch this: https://youtu.be/kaMfgjh9tWo
Why Decentralized finance (commonly referred to as DeFi) plus asset tokenization will take crypto to new heights
Posted January 17, 2021 by Artem Tolkachev (Cointelegraph) Blending real-world assets and DeFi (Decentralized finance) is going to shake this whole market to its core. In previous years, we have seen numerous attempts to bring real-world assets to the crypto market. However, none of them has proven to be massively adopted among retail crypto users and traditional financial players.
So, why hasn’t real-world asset tokenization become a massive trend?
You’ve probably heard how almost anything can be tokenized — securities, art, real estate, to name a few. And there were so many projects that promised to change the way we invest in assets, no matter the type. At the same time, no projects managed to get massive adoption on the market.
Traditional market professionals haven’t really found proof that tokenization improved current fundraising processes for them. Although, an overview of real-estate tokenization has been already discussed.
You may also struggle to find real retail investors who bought the rights to a famous art piece or a portion of Dracula’s castle. While most successful offerings were focused on private investors, basically nothing has changed in the process for the crypto market, even for the owners of tokenized assets.
Why didn’t these offerings manage to gain mass adoption? While the concept of tokenization promises a better and cheaper way to raise funds for issuers, there are almost no real benefits for the crypto market.
I’ve covered problems of tokenization in the form of security token offering before, but in short, it boils down to regulation (tokenized assets are regulated by the traditional rules) and a lack of a secondary market. Retail crypto investors can’t profit from these two issues, and there is basically no need for them to adapt to something new, especially now with the emergence of DeFi protocols.
What corporations are looking for while raising funds
Corporate institutions have to exist in a world with complex and outdated rules. Therefore, a clear legal model to attract or borrow funds is vital for them. With over $20 billion locked in decentralized finance at the moment, it might attract some interest from corporate institutions and make them consider entering the market — especially if we consider that the common annual percentage rate in DeFi protocols is just 2%–10% with no additional costs to attract funding.
Yes, there are no ready-to-go legal models built for corporates to attract or borrow funds from DeFi protocols on the market today. But it’s possible to build one with minimal effort, as the benefits of DeFi borrowing easily cover the efforts of building such a system. DeFi might be able to provide borrowing on perfect terms for corporate institutions, which is something that might make them consider entering the market. Meanwhile, corporate institutions will be willing to provide several types of stable assets to be used as collateral for their loans.
However, there is a real need for real-world assets to be used as collateral in DeFi protocols to prevent more market falls in the future, fixing the over-collateralization issue along the way.
Can current market players operate like this?
Right now, there are several attempts to bring real-world assets to the DeFi market. Most of them seem to accept a wide range of assets, mainly tokenized invoices.
The main issue related to using those assets in a protocol is an absence of publicly available sources for pricing. This relates to the lack of transparency and the need to rely on a centralized party (valuation firms, underwriters, etc.) in order to determine the price of the collateralized asset. There is also no mechanism to monitor the pricing in real-time (as it is done, for instance, when using crypto as collateral). Those assets are generally illiquid; they are not traded on any marketplace or digital OTC platforms; and there is no source for periodically updating information on their pricing — a crucial point to determine the moment in which the collateral will be liquidated.
There is no doubt that some of those assets could be insured, such as payment under invoices, meaning that the insurance company will pay in case of a default of the debtor. But again, the insurance process lacks transparency and lives completely off-chain, providing no real warranties for the investors or real-time knowledge whether or not the insured event has occurred.
Additionally, current solutions allow borrowing strictly in crypto, which won’t suit everyone. It’s not a bad thing, but it reduces the chance of attracting large institutions that need to receive financing in fiat, which is used for their day-to-day operations.
But the main question that arises is the possibility for big protocols to adapt and use real-world assets as collateral. And it will be extremely difficult, as they will have to change the borrowing process, build a system that will update the price of collateral, issue new assets, cooperate with regulated entities, and, generally, receive approval from the majority of current participants. Talks regarding the adoption of such a solution by Aave and Maker have been ongoing for over six months, with no clear date when it will actually go live.
What kind of infrastructure must be built to bring traditional institutions to the DeFi market?
A perfect solution that will allow the tokenization of traditional stable assets and that will be suitable for the DeFi market must meet several criteria.
- Real-world assets used by the protocol must have a transparent source of pricing available on demand by any user of the protocol. This requires not only selecting an asset capable of fulfilling this requirement but also building a price oracle that will transfer information regarding the collateral. Such an oracle should be connected to a transparent and trusted pricing source, such as Bloomberg Terminal, rather than receiving proprietary data from a centralized party.
- Real-world assets used by the protocol should be as less volatile as possible, generate fixed income to provide real cash flows to liquidity pools, and have a certain level of liquidity and market in the real world to be able to process the liquidation event in case it occurs.
- The protocol must allow users to borrow money in fiat. For such purposes, there is a need for yet another intermediary to be connected to the protocol, to cover the exchange needs of users who want to borrow money in fiat, and fulfill the role of a payment agent for them.
- Real-world assets used by the protocol should have a digital presence, for example, be held on a secure accounting system. To achieve that, there is a need for an intermediary that operates such systems connected to the protocol.
- In order to defend the decentralized nature of the protocol and maintain the trust at the highest achievable level, intermediaries connected to the protocol must be regulated, insured, selected and overseen by the community of the protocol under established requirements. In addition, the community will decide any other crucial matters for the protocol’s development and economic sustainability, including selecting assets that may be admitted as collateral.
What should we expect in the future?
I expect that we will see several initiatives on building new, real-world, asset-backed protocols in 2021, and hopefully, they will be the ultimate solution to finally connect traditional financial and crypto markets. Existing protocols are more likely to adopt them in their current ecosystems only after new protocols will prove to be operational.
Another area in which real-world asset-based protocols could make an important impact is stablecoins. There is a current trend among regulators mostly in the United States that targets all stablecoins that have centralized issuers — such as Tether (USDT) or USD Coin (USDC) — with discussions about the potential need to impose the requirement for any of such issuers to have a banking license. Decentralized stablecoins backed by real-world assets might solve this issue; however, it is a topic for a separate discussion.
But what about other tokenization attempts and STOs? Of course, there have been successful cases before. Large financial institutions are still slightly interested in launching such products, as they may potentially save them money. But most likely, these initiatives will be focused on private offerings due to the aforementioned flaws.
It’s naive to believe that many crypto investors will be willing to make long-term investments in unfamiliar markets. Especially with great investment opportunities in the DeFi space. Until new regimes for the offering of tokenized instruments are built (and there are no bright signs in this direction), I believe real-world assets tokenization in a form of an STO will still be limited to closed offerings with no attention from the global market.
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Breaking News for Bitcoin / crypto in landmark cases
An Australian judge has ruled Bitcoin (crypto) to be a legitimate investment vehicle for use as financial collateral; this seems to suggest that bitcoin is just as legal as fiat with, legally, just as clear use case as fiat.
As part of a defamation case in front of the New South Wales, or NSW district court, Judge Judith Gibson allowed cryptocurrency usage as collateral.
“This is a recognized form of investment,” Gibson said of cryptocurrency, also acknowledging its volatility, according to a brief from the Australian Associated Press.
The plaintiff vies for crypto usage
As part of the defamation case, the NSW court stated the accusing party must place $20,000 AUD, or approximately $13,000 USD, in a bank account guarded by the courts. Should the accusing party lose or secede, the funds would pay for a portion of the defendant’s legal fees.
Instead of a bank account, the court allowed the plaintiff to use their cryptocurrency exchange account.
The account requires monitoring
Given concerns of instability from the defendant’s legal team, the plaintiff agreed to provide reports each month on the status of the crypto account’s value.
The courts also required the plaintiff to notify the defendant’s solicitor if the crypto account’s value falls south of $20,000 AUD.
“I can see the desirability of the defendant receiving prompt notification of any drop in the value of the account,” Gibson said. “These are uncertain financial times.”
Cointelegraph reached out to the court for additional details, but received no response as of press time. This article will be updated should we receive a response.
Although cryptocurrency usage as collateral is not the most glamorous use case, it shows growing industry validity in the eyes of governments worldwide.
Crypto Now Officially Seen as Financial Instruments in Germany
BITCOINIST March 02, 2020 : Germany’s financial regulator has released guidelines classifying crypto as financial instruments. This move further expands the definition of financial instruments to include all kinds of digital assets with the previous paradigm only covering security tokens.
In a Monday, March 2, 2020 press release, the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) described crypto as: a digital representation of a value that has not been issued or guaranteed by any central bank or public body and is not necessarily linked to a currency specified by law and that does not have the legal status of a currency or money, but is accepted as a medium of exchange by natural or legal persons and can be transmitted, stored and traded electronically.
According to BaFin, its new classification echoes the guidelines of intergovernmental agencies like the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). The news marks the second landmark crypto classification to emerge in the last few days with an Australian Judge recently ruling that crypto is an investment vehicle — meaning virtual currencies can be used as collateral in the country.
BaFin’s new crypto classification announcement is also part of the move by the country to adopt the fifth EU Money Laundering Directive (AMLD5) which began on January 1, 2020. As previously reported, by Bitcoinist, part of the AMLD5 adoption process involves changes to Germany’s Banking Act and Payment Supervision Services Act.
Concerning Cryptocurrency Custody
As part of the new BaFin crypto guidelines, cryptocurrency custodians will need to obtain a license for the regulator to offer their services in the country. Crypto custodial platforms already operating in the country without a license have until the end of November 2020 to apply for one but must show readiness to do so before March 30, 2020.
India’s Supreme Court Lifts Crypto Ban Imposed By Reserve Bank
After a two-year battle, the Supreme Court of India has finally lifted the cryptocurrency ban that was imposed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Apr. 6, 2018. The Reserve Bank of India has been making every effort to ban any dealings in crypto assets by individuals and businesses. Its campaign began in April 2018 with circular instructing banks and companies not to deal with digital assets. As per report, a copy of the judgment which is nearly 200-300 pages will be uploaded on the court’s website soon. Read more on twitter.
Cryptocurrencies Now Legal In South Korea
In terms of legalizing cryptocurrency trading and holding, South Korea. is following in the footsteps of India. As of March 5, 2020 digital assets are entirely legal in the East Asian nation of South Korea.
Cryptocurrency trading is now entirely into the legal system for the South Korean government, according to a local report. To receive this outcome, the National Assembly amended the Act on Reporting and Use of Specific Financial Information.
After President Jae-in Moon signs the amendment passed in the country’s parliament, the enactment process will begin. It will take one year from the date of the signing, followed by a 6-month grace period.
Once the required time passes, cryptocurrency-related businesses, such as exchanges, trusts, wallet companies, and token-sales, will need to comply with new rules. Those include having a real-name verification partnership with an approved local bank. Thus, when a verified individual is assigned to a single bank account, it helps prevent money-laundering when they deposit or withdraw fiat currencies.
Cryptocurrency-related businesses would also need to obtain an information security management system (ISMS) certification. The Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA) provides the certification when it examines each company to ensure that it can protect vital information assets for itself and the users. All exchanges must comply within six months of the enactment. Otherwise, they risk being shut down.
Bitcoin (BTC) Now Qualified as Legal Form of Money by French Authorities
So it continues as Good news for the crypto community emerges in France where the Commercial Court of Nanterre has recognized Bitcoin as a currency
Reported by Les Echos, Bitcoin has now the official status of money in France. BTC was acknowledged by the court in a decision regarding cryptocurrencies in late February but was made public only now.
Les Echos now expects this decision to improve the situation with Bitcoin transactions and boost BTC liquidity.
French court calls Bitcoin a currency
The aforementioned verdict was made by the Commercial Court of Nanterre – BTC was acknowledged to be a fungible intangible asset, similar to a fiat currency.
A lawyer Hubert de Vauplane from Kramer & Levin says that this decision now permits Bitcoin to be legally used as money. So it should spur the number of Bitcoin transactions in France – lending, trading, repo, etc, and, thus, turn the crypto market into a more liquid one.
The initial legal case
The court made the decision while working on a dispute between French crypto exchange Paymium and English investment firm, BitSpread, dealing with crypto.
In 2014, Paymium lent BitSpread a certain amount of BTC. When Bitcoin Cash emerged in 2017 as a result of the hard fork and all BTC holders received BCH on a 1:1 ratio, the question emerged whether BitSpread should return to Paymium the BCH it received as well.
Germany the first to legalize Bitcoin
Earlier, Bitcoin made headlines with news that Germany had become the first country in Europe to give Bitcoin legal status and acknowledge it as ‘private money’ and a financial tool.
During Coronavirus Lockdown Italian Bank Opens Bitcoin Trading to 1.2 Million
Growing crypto adoption and the COVID-19 outbreak has encouraged Italy’s Banco Sella to launch a Bitcoin trading service.
The trading is conducted via the bank’s Hype platform, with the bank acting as an intermediary to mitigate against potential security risks with cryptocurrency exchanges. With the country in lockdown and everyone stuck at home, the bank is capitalizing on a growing interest in Bitcoin as a safe way to transfer money internationally in the midst of the crisis.
1.2 million Italians already use Hype platform
About 1.2 million Italians already use Banca Stella’s Hype to carry out transactions and not only will they be able to buy and sell Bitcoin, they’ll also be able to pay for goods and services with the cryptocurrency.
Antonio Valitutti, General Manager at Hype said:
“The cryptocurrency and Bitcoin market in particular continues to arouse interest, especially among the public that constitutes our customer base — by definition young and smart and who, increasingly, expect to be able to access this world through the tool that they use to manage money on a daily basis.”
Interest in cryptocurrency and blockchain has received a boost in recent months among Italian institutions. Blockchain technology was applied to electronic voting in Naples and two Italian high schools last week announced they would record diplomas on blockchain.
The better known crypto alt coins and information available
Below is some useful insight and info from Bitcoin wiki into some of the better crypto alt coins and material available on the market.
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.
Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality. It supports a modified version of Nakamoto consensus via transaction-based state transitions.
Litecoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open-source software project released under the MIT/X11 license. Creation and transfer of coins is based on an open source cryptographic protocol and is not managed by any central authority. Litecoin was an early bitcoin spinoff or altcoin, starting in October 2011
Monero (XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on fungibility, privacy and decentralization. Monero uses an obfuscated public ledger, meaning anybody can broadcast or send transactions, but no outside observer can tell the source, amount or destination. Monero uses a Proof of Work mechanism to issue new coins and incentivize miners to secure the network and validate transactions.
Bitcoin Cash; bitcoin cash is a cryptocurrency created in August 2017, arising from a fork of Bitcoin Classic. Bitcoin Cash increases the size of blocks, allowing more transactions to be processed
Ethereum Classic is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract (scripting) functionality. It provides a decentralized Turing-complete virtual machine, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which can execute scripts using an international network of public nodes.
Dash is an open source cryptocurrency and is a form of decentralized autonomous organization run by a subset of users, called “masternodes”. It is an altcoin that was forked from the Bitcoin protocol. The currency permits fast transactions that can be untraceable
Zcash is a cryptocurrency aimed at using cryptography to provide enhanced privacy for its users compared to other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Like Bitcoin, Zcash has a fixed total supply of 21 million units
Ripple is a real-time gross settlement system, currency exchange and remittance network created by Ripple Labs Inc., a US-based technology company. Released in 2012, Ripple is built upon a distributed open source protocol, and supports tokens representing fiat currency, cryptocurrency, commodities, or other units of value such as frequent flier miles or mobile minutes. Ripple purports to enable “secure, instantly and nearly free global financial transactions of any size with no chargebacks.”
NEO is a blockchain platform and cryptocurrency designed to build a scalable network of decentralized applications. The base asset of the NEO blockchain is the non divisible NEO token which generates GAS tokens that can be used to pay the transaction fees to utilize the NEO network
TRON is a blockchain-based, decentralized protocol project with an internal TRON (TRX) coin that aims to be a content distribution platform for the digital entertainment industry . On June 2018, TRON’s team launched of its mainnet, in other words its own proprietary blockchain, to which it migrated all the TRX (ERC-20) tokens that previously circulated on the Ethereum blockchain. This event is referred to as the TRON Independence Day.
Steem is a blockchain-based rewards platform for publishers to monetize content and grow communities. … There is a STEEM coin which is a cryptocurrency of the platform. … Steem cryptocurrency (STEEM) is the unit of account on the Steem blockchain.
Waves Platform is a cryptocurrency project launched by the Russian entrepreneur Alexander Ivanov in 2016. The blockchain platform launch campaign raised $16 million, becoming one of the largest in terms of funds raised through crowdfunding. In June 2017, the Waves platform reported the integration of the dollar payment gateway into the Lite Client, which allows users of the wallet to replenish the account in US dollars.
Qtum (Quantum) is a Chinese hybrid platform that connects the existing blockchain with a virtual machine, such as Ethereum. In the Qtum blockchain, there is an internal token – Qtum coin. It is a platform that enables developers to build applications and smart contracts on the current blockchain technology.
Focusing on building a platform that helps companies create smart contracts on blockchain, Qtum is a toolkit in the first place. Designed to be both robust and modular, the platform can create small contracts to be used on most major blockchain.
Electroneum has been designed and built to give ordinary, non-technical users a chance to obtain and enjoy a cryptocurrency. They have developed an iOS and Android app that not only contains easy wallet functions, but also allows a smartphone mobile mining experience to let anybody get into; cryptocurrency within minutes of downloading a free app. Their blockchain has been specifically chosen and modified to limit the ability of ASIC and GPU miners, allowing the 2 billion + smartphone users to run the blockchain. ASIC resistance has yet to be put into place.
What is TokenPay?
TokenPay is a blockchain project that incorporates Bitcoin cryptographic technology with advanced security and privacy features. Additionally, TokenPay is building out a platform that combines banking and a closed-end private exchange.
PIVX (Private Instant Verified Transaction, formerly known as DNET) is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, which originated as a code fork from DASH, one of the first privacy-focused cryptocurrencies. PIVX is a digital currency guided by a manifesto. It is a community-centric cryptocurrency with a focus on privacy, decentralization, and real-world use. PIVX operates a self-governing and self-funding budget model that enables the network to pay individuals and businesses to perform work that adds value to the network. A DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) budget system is not reliant on donations or sponsorships that can lead to conflicts of interest. Currently, PIVX offers instant transactions (SwiftX), and private transactions (zPIV).
Stellar is the platform for foreign exchange transactions operating in real time with internal coin – Stellar Lumens (XLM). It was founded in early 2014 by jed McCaleb and Joyce Kim as a branch of the Ripple system and first worked on the eponymous Protocol. In the future, it developed its own open-source Protocol Stellar. In the process of using its own kind of electronic currency, which was previously called the rack or the star, and now called the Stellar Lumen.
Power Ledger (POWR) is an Australian blockchain-based cryptocurrency and energy trading platform that allows for decentralized selling and buying of renewable energy. The platform provides consumers with access to a variety of energy markets around the globe and is meant to be scalable to various energy infrastructures and regulations. The market is based on a dual-token ecosystem operating on two blockchain layers, POWR and Sparkz. POWR tokens allow consumers and hosts providing energy to interface with the ecosystem and are protected through Smart Bond technology. POWR tokens can be converted into Sparkz tokens, which can be used for frictionless transactions in the energy exchange market. The initial coin offering for POWR tokens became the largest crowd funding project in Australia and the 14th highest in the world.
Dogecoin (DOGE), or symbol: Ð and D, is a Litecoin-derived cryptocurrency featuring a Shiba Inu from the Doge Internet meme on its logo.
The users themselves call it “joky”. One of the most popular uses of Dogecoin is the reward of Internet users for interesting and quality content created or shared by them. It was introduced on December 8, 2013. Compared to other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin has a fast initial coin production schedule: there will be approximately 100 billion coins in circulation by the end of 2014 with an additional 5.2 billion coins every year thereafter. As of 3/30/2014, over 65 billion Dogecoins have been mined.
Cardano is a decentralized block platform on opensource smart contracts, launched in September 2017 by Blockchain Development Output Hong Kong (IOHK). On the basis of the Cardano platform, here is a Cardano coin – ADA – cryptocurrency, which can be bought on exchanges, such as Binance or Bittrex for an attractive price and can be stored on the Daedalus wallet.
EOS.IO is a blockchain protocol powered by the native cryptocurrency EOS. The protocol emulates most of the attributes of a real computer including hardware (CPU(s) & GPU(s) for processing, local/RAM memory, hard-disk storage) with the computing resources distributed equally among EOS cryptocurrency holders. EOSIO operates as a smart contract platform and decentralized operating system intended for the deployment of industrial-scale decentralized applications through a decentralized autonomous corporation model. The smart contract platform claims to eliminate transaction fees and also conduct millions of transactions per second.
Stratis is a flexible, powerful blockchain development platform designed for the needs of real-world financial services businesses. It also provides benefits to other types of organizations that want to leverage blockchain technologies. This is a turnkey solution that enables developers and businesses to develop, test, and deploy blockchain-based applications without having to operate their own network infrastructure.
The Stratis platform has been designed to meet the needs of businesses and organizations of all sizes and is particularly suitable for those who run their services in a Windows/Microsoft environment.
DigiByte (DGB) is an open-source cryptocurrency running on the DigiByte Blockchain, a decentralised international blockchain created in 2013. The DigiByte coin was developed in 2013 and released in January 2014. Although based on Bitcoin, adjustments in the code allow for improved functionality, including 15-second block time and improved security. As of July 2018 DigiByte has a total market cap of over US $500 million.. It is the world’s longest, fastest and most secure UTXO blockchain in existence.
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