The second quarter of 2017 was a record breaking period for the blockchain industry. In this quarterly report, Smith + Crown takes a closer look at the data from last quarter.
Decentraland will be a Blockchain-based platform for Virtual Reality content. In this decentralized virtual world users can purchase deeds to virtual land and develop their own projects.
Rakugo will be a digital publishing platform similar to Medium. Unlike Medium, a main goal of the Rakugo platform will be to help publishers monetize their content with the help of blockchain technology and more traditional means like advertising through google adwords
SOMA (short for “Social Market”) will be a decentralized community on Ethereum for the peer to peer exchange of physical goods, similar to eBay.
The Filecoin network will operate as a decentralized, open marketplace for storage services.
Etherparty is a platform developed by Vanbex Group that will allow users to launch their own Ethereum smart contracts. The goal is to enable people without deep technical expertise to start developing distributed applications, much like Wordpress enables people without experience in web development to launch websites.
Enigma Catalyst will be an open platform where quantitative traders and data scientists can build, test, deploy and monetize trading algorithms within a native, decentralized crypto-exchange.
The number of token sale projects on the market has increased rapidly in the first half of 2017. In order to better serve our community, we’ve updated our token sale listing policies.
Indorse Token Sale: A decentralized professional social network with crowdsourced verification of profile content
Indorse is developing a platform for crowdsourced endorsements about one’s professional background, certifications, and skills. It aims to be a decentralized professional social network similar to LinkedIn; however the Indorse platform will focus primarily on user-to-user verification of claims made in profiles.