Crowdholding Collaborates with DeepOnion, Whalesburg, and Omnitude.

Place/Date: UK - March 23rd, 2018 at 12:12 pm UTC · 2 min read
Contact: Kseniya Prydybailo, Source: Crowdholding

In the last month 10 innovative blockchain projects  joined Crowdholding, a platform which brings together businesses and the community.

Crowdholding rewards its users with cyptocurrency for innovating on the platform. As users’ wallets are connected thought APIs, they immediately earn ERC20 tokens which can be exchanged for other crypto assets.

Last week Whalesburg, the mining platform, joined Crowdholding to launch their first task for the community. Whalesburg is a software bundle for cryptocurrency miners. Their software has three primary goals:

  •     simplify the setup of your mining operation
  •    increase your yield
  •    offer you best-in-class mining tools saving you time.

The platform aims to tackle core issues:

  •    increasing transparency
  •    analysis of what to mine
  •    timely notifications
  •    informative statistical reports.

DeepOnion, the new anonymous cryptocurrency, joins Crowdholding. DeepOnoin increases privacy for crypto users, protecting them from being hacked by other legal and illegal entities. Its users send and receive “Onions” over the TOR network.

Founders guarantee anonymous transactions using the DeepOnion wallet.

Crowdholding users can participate in DeepOnion tasks and receive YUP and ONION tokens. Join here.

Crowdholding’s latest collaborator, Omnitude, connects blockchain technologies, eCommerce platforms and enterprise systems.

Omnitude is an integration layer between systems, enabling the rapid deployment of blockchain technology without the need to replace current systems. Their pre-sale closed at $4 million. The main crowdsale launches on the 28th of March 2018.

Their first task is up on Crowdholding. Feel free to share your ideas and support the project.

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