I/O Coin (IOC)

I/O Digital is an ongoing open source blockchain ecosystem project currently being developed by a team of blockchain and security experts. In July 2014 I/O Digital launched I/O Coin (IOC) without any Initial Coin Offering (ICO) or pre-mine. IOC was a fair launched via mining, using a sophisticated cryptographic hash in Proof of Work (POW) X11 algorithm, before switching to Proof of Stake (POS I/O) to secure the blockchain. IOC has focus on security, global adoption and scalability. I/O Coin is a digital currency released in early July of 2014. After the initial mining period "Proof Of Work" phase there were approximately 16 million coins minted. Just like any currency (Dollar, Euro) I/O Coin has a real world value. This value is based on the latest trades on digital currency exchanges. You also earn interest on the coins you hold in your wallet, by allowing them to 'stake', Staking helps secure the network. In turn, users are rewarded with a small unit of a coin for the length of time the wallet is open and staking. We have a highly skilled team of developers, who have created our own Proof of Stake system 'PoS I/O, HTML5 wallets, DIONS decentralized usernames allowing to send coins easily via a registered username and Android Mobile wallet with a Point of Sale feature, not seen with any other digital currency.
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Cryptocurrency News
March 26th, 2019

Crypto price aggregator CoinMarketCap says it plans to make a number of changes to address concerns that the site reports fake volume for Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and more than 2,000 altcoins.

March 26th, 2019

Increase in the bearish momentum will drop Ethereum price at the demand level of $131 in case $134 price level does not hold. Should the Bulls defend the demand level of $134; the ETH price may roll up towards the supply zone of $140.

March 26th, 2019

As per a press release, a Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten officially got the registration and approval from Japan’s Financial Services Agency (JFSA) for the Rakuten Wallet, their subsidiary cryptocurrency exchange, which is set to go live in April.

March 26th, 2019

OKEx plans to catch up with Binance by scheduling the launch of its in-house decentralized exchange, DEX, for this June. The DEX will run entirely on OKEx’s own blockchain.

March 26th, 2019

Kintaro Capital is one of the first EU crypto funds who received their license from the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), licensing it as a Private Investment Fund (PIF) for cryptocurrencies and listed equities.

March 25th, 2019

According to the investigation lawyer from global law firm Kober & Kim, Jake Chervinsky, it will take more than a year to understand whether Ripple’s XRP is a security or not. Here’s why.

March 25th, 2019

With the help of Stellar-backed Thunes, Western Union is going to allow its clients to transfer funds directly to mobile wallets globally.

March 25th, 2019

While many use CoinMarketCap as a go-to resource for cryptocurrency market data, roughly 95% of Bitcoin trading volume reported by this website is fake, according to Bitwise Asset Management report.

March 25th, 2019

Banco Santander got confused with XRP and Ripple, and mistakenly announced that they’re using XRP for payments across 19 countries. Later, responding to an XRP enthusiast, the company apologized for providing incorrect information.

March 25th, 2019

In a blog post, Kik Ceo Ted Livingston explained how Facebook’s coin may replace the US dollar as the global reserve currency.