It is important to see how the blockchain is used and what features are mainly exploited by startups that work in the field to understand what prospects open thanks to the work of technology companies.
A United States-based firm, Cambridge Associates, a pensions and endowments consultant with more than $388 billion in assets under advisement (AUM), has revealed that institutional investors should start delving into the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector.
Innovative startups are growing in number – there are now more than 10,000, and they employ over 54,000 people. Minister Luigi Di Maio is optimistic that in 2019 more momentum will be added in startup venture capital markets in order to compete successfully with other main competitors in Europe, as StartupItalia reports.
With 280,000 users in just two months, ONO announces its Series A funding from top blockchain and cryptocurrency VCs including, INBlockchain, China Growth Capital, Purple Cow Fund, KIP, Green Pine Capital Partners, and Grand Shores.
Users all over the world will soon be able to enjoy online banking services based on Islamic financial principles thanks to Hada DBank, a blockchain startup aiming to build the world’s first transparent and secure Islamic digital bank built on the Ethereum protocol.
WAWLLET will launch an ICO for up to 89 million of its WIN Tokens at $3 USD per Token on 29 January, including a reservation of $35m USD worth of Tokens for issuance (with a lock-in period of up to 18 months) pursuant to an agreement with an EU listed Venture Capital firm.
David Drake, LDJ Capital Chairman, has joined the advisory board of visionary blockchain gaming ecosystem, TriForce Tokens. The renowned venture capitalist brings a wealth of proven venture capital expertise which the forward-thinking platform intends to leverage in its disruption of the multi-billion dollar gaming industry. He joins TriForce Token’s growing advisory board of leading luminaries in gaming, blockchain and computer security.
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.