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|Cappasity (CAPP)||Decentralized ecosystem to create, exchange and embed AR/VR/3D content.|
|Smart Containers (SMARC)||A logistics application providing temperature controlled containers for shipping pharmaceuticals.|
|Crowdvilla (CRV)||A non-profit platform that allows a community of users to share holiday properties around the world.|
|Lendingblock (LND)||A platform that facilitates peer-to-peer borrowing & lending of cryptocurrencies & digital assets, offering institutional-grade securities lending functionality.|
|Chimaera (CHI)||A custom blockchain for hosting decentralized games.|
|Effect.ai (EFX)||A private, decentralized ecosystem for AI development and AI-related services.|
|LabStart (LAB)||A decentralized platform where users can directly invest in projects and own shares of the resulting patents.|
Cardano is a cryptocurrency project and decentralized public blockchain developing what it terms a third generation smart contract platform that aims to deliver more advanced features than previous protocols.
Venezuela’s proposed Petro cryptocurrency has elicited numerous, impassioned reactions, but beyond the particularities of the Venezuelan context the Petro raises a number of more far-reaching trends related to state-backed, commodity-based, cryptocurrencies. This article begins to consider some of these wider issues.
We live in exponential times, and the blockchain/cryptocurrency industry is itself one of the best examples of this. We have been given the tools to build anything and we cannot afford to copy the exact systems we set out to remake.
In this report, we share our thoughts on self-regulation within the token sale / ICO industry. It is in informed by countless internal conversation and debates throughout our network, the review of over five hundred different projects, and the dozens of notices and actions from regulators around the world.
Smith + Crown has developed a classification system for the various sectors into which blockchain-based companies are focusing their energies and integrated those results into our existing project database. Here, we outline our thinking on industry classification in the context of disruptive technology and show an initial look at what areas of the economy are getting targeted through token launches.