Initial coin offerings (ICOs), the funding mechanism for releasing new digital currencies, are an enigma. They are at once a vital component for the proliferation of the decentralized economy, and they are one of the most controversial aspects of its development.
Every blockchain-based startup believes they have an idea that will change the way we live our lives or conduct our business, but it can be a struggle to find out which companies are actually worth looking out for.
Agrello and Rivetz have partnered to add the hardware security level integration for the Agrello digital id. The Agrello id now available in app stores will be soon be integrating Rivetz.
Agrello is announcing their partnership with online Estonian based online verifier Veriff. This is a strategic move by Agrello to add one of the worlds leading online verifier to the Agrello id and legally binding smart contracts
Agrello will launch on the Ethereum as an ERC20 token and build open source technology that is compatible with other blockchain platforms for their legally binding smart contract technology.
The Estonia-based blockchain company unveiled during the last week’s Qtum event that it is planning to use the startup’s technology for its smart contracts platform.
Agrello announced today that it has selected the Qtum blockchain as its infrastructure of choice for the company’s AI powered smart contract interface.