Investors from Asian countries have dominated the cryptocurrency markets. Behind bitcoin’s stunning rise lies a millions of individual investors from countries like China, Japan and South Korea. It is no surprise, then, that blockchain-based companies wish to expand their reach into the Asian market and reap this hugely profitable market.
Blockchain-based music sharing platform Voise is looking forward to a year of increased publicity after officially announcing a new partnership with veteran blockchain PR agency Bitcoin PR Buzz. It is hoped that the formal relationship will help promote and raise awareness about Voise’s efforts to revolutionize the music industry with blockchain innovation as the start up continues to meet development targets of its platform.
Paris-based tech firm BCDiploma has announced a breakthrough solution that proposes to provide learning institutions around the world with a blockchain framework to help verify and validate education and data authenticity.
Projects Districts, the world’s first fully decentralized virtual ecosystem designed to project real-world and ethereal experiences to users, is now making the headlines on a regular basis. After attending the just concluded Dubai International Blockchain Summit, the team is all set to take part in the North American Bitcoin Conference scheduled to be held in Miami on January 18th and 19th 2018.
Debitum Network, a business financing blockchain startup, is quickly emerging as a robust small business finance solution that promises to eliminate the need for the highly over-regulated intermediaries. This project has just completed a successful crowdsale campaign, and has recently clinched the first place in both jury and audience in the prestigious d10e ICO Pitch Award.
There is much talk about new forms of investment, but very little about addressing the issues haunting the investment ecosystem: the shrinking amount of liquidity on the exit, and the length of the illiquidity period. Mango Startups wants to change that, and it is turning to the blockchain as the answer to the liquidity problem.
Cryptocurrency is quite a controversial industry. While some eagerly accept its disruptive potential for the entire financial sector, some (mostly, governments as they can’t regulate it) look quite suspiciously at it or even try to ban it. But how can you ban something you can’t control?
Recently experts in mixed reality and blockchain got together in New York to discuss the future of merging technologies at the BlockchainMix conference, initiated by Arcona, a project seeking to create a layer of AR all over the Earth’s surface. So, how can blockchain help the VR and AR industries?