Q3 2017 was another transformative period for the blockchain and cryptocurrency sectors. Particularly interesting is the range of trends that marked the quarter, the significance of which extend far beyond headline figures for completed sales and funds raised during the quarter.
ARK aims to support cross-chain transactions using a feature called SmartBridge. How does SmartBridge work?
Golem’s ICO is over. It raised 820,000 ETH (roughly $8.6 million) in a couple hours. Golem aims to build a P2P computing network across the globe: anyone can rent out computing power. Here are our thoughts on the project.
ICONOMI has been one of the most successful ICOs in 2016. How did the investments
Golem is an ambitious project to build a global P2P supercomputer using the Ethereum network: anyone can buy and sell computation in real-time. They will hold a crowdsale in the next couple weeks.
InChain–a DAO providing insurance services for cryptocurrency holdings–is launching a crowdsale on October 26, 2016. Smith+Crown interviewed project founders about the model, how it works, and the challenges ahead.
ICONOMI, a decentralized crypto-fund platform, has raised just over $10 million in its ICO (crowdsale), giving away 85% of the total token supply to investors in the ICO.
Incent Loyalty has raised over $500,000 in its ICO. Incent will be a platform for customer loyalty rewards, oriented around Incent tokens. The tokens are tradeable and can be redeemed at participating merchants, just like cash.