The LEOcoin Foundation has recently released a white paper detailing the cryptocurrency’s progress so far and the road ahead.
Developers of Aten Coin took into consideration bitcoin’s soft spots and came up with a more reliable digital currency.
A digital currency developed by The Royal Canadian Mint was purchased by nanoPay, a loyalty and payment platform based in Toronto, and is going to come back to the market.
Barcelona has announced launching a project of creating a new digital currency to stimulate local business and commerce.
I/O Digital sets to release the first ever decentralized identity sidechain using a distributed blockchain based DNS system. This system, known as DIONS (Decentralized I/O Name Server) will utilize the I/O Digital blockchain to attach sensitive identity credentials to a specific Bitcoin (XBT) or I/O Coin (IOC) address.
The UK-based LEO (Learning Enterprises Organisation) has recently launched LEOcoin, a completely anonymous digital currency.
The developers of Supercoin have announced that they are in the final stages of developing their new p2p decentralized and trustless system for the cryptocoin and will be launching a new wallet with a ‘SuperSend Trustless’” capability on August 25, 2014.