It is not ‘unreasonable’ for businesses and networks to develop, promote and use their own tokens and cryptocurrencies. Many Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) have been questioning whether or not a network needs its own cryptocurrency (token). The networks want to replace Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and other major coins with their own tokens.
The banking industry is worried by Facebook’s announcement about issuing their own cryptocurrency last month. France is going to establish a G7 task force to study how banks can ensure regulations of such digital currency to prevent its usage for money laundering and other illegal activities.
There are many factors and features to consider when cherry-picking a cryptocurrency exchange to use. Several beginner digital asset users and investors are in the dark on how to begin trading and buying virtual currencies.
On April 6th and 7th, VC’s, funds, emerging projects, key talent, and executives from traditional finance throughout Asia and around the world will gather for one of the biggest blockchain events in Tokyo.
Coinidol conducted an exclusive interview with Blockchain lawyer and crowd investment blockchain startup cofounder, Alejandro Gómez de la Cruz, to highlight the details of major market players and give an overview of the ICO market.