Malta is actively working on becoming the friendliest jurisdiction for firms dealing with cryptocurrencies from all over the world.
Daox, a blockchain startup that is developing a platform and ecosystem for ICOs based on the concept of a decentralized autonomous organization, has announced the $100k hacking contest to prove that their DAOs are safe.
While digital industry is flooded by zillions of new startups aiming to solve more or less real-world problems with blockchain tech, there are three projects definitely worth checking out.
DataBroker DAO, marketplace for selling and buying sensor data, announced when and where it will present its solution welcoming like-minded individuals and forward-thinking organizations.
Over the past few years, we’ve witnessed a number of decision-makers in both public and private sectors across the world make poor decisions that will undoubtedly make it into the history books in years to come.
The new project is going to hold the world’s first token sale event incorporating the elements of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO)
The only way to resolve institutionalized failure is to disrupt the industry and blockchain technology can help with this.
DAO PlayMarket 2.0 – a decentralized Android application store that accepts payment in cryptocurrency and is combined with an ICO platform for developers.
The People’s Bank of China recently announced its decision to introduce a complete ban on ICOs, a stunning move that sent shockwaves throughout the world. The global blockchain is abuzz, parsing this decision and its potential consequences.
The ATLANT platform, set for launch in March 2018, offers the most efficient solution for buying & selling tokenized property units, eliminating high barriers of entry, expensive attorneys, and also aims to disrupt Airbnb and Booking with their inflated rental intermediary fees and fake reviews.