• Blockchain Secrets Unmasked: Was This Accidental?

    I never believed people who said technology disruption could be prone to attack, but while analysing the facts, I realized that it is true. To uncover the security vulnerability was like venom from a snake bite. In the rat race we often forget the basics and that leads to disaster. The views, expressed in this […]
    • by Prakash Prasad
    • August 10, 2017
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  •  A Safe ICO: Ideas and Suggestions

    Blockchain technology is a distributed system of data transfer from person to person without the presence of a mediator. In a typical scenario, the mediator has the trust of the business partners which is obtained through past performance over an extended period of time or through regulations.  The rules by which the mediators operate are […]
    • by Sergey Besedin
    • July 30, 2017
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  • Shifting ICO Investment Paradigms

    From Focusing on Capturing Value to a Focus on Value Creation In a world in which immediate profits, bottom lines and price rule investment decisions, we must change our decision-making paradigms to pick the ICOs we should invest in. A world of decentralized innovation requires us to focus on value creation and longer-term value propositions […]
    • by Steven Gleiser
    • July 19, 2017
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  • ICO’s and the Migration of Intellectual Capital

    With the recent explosion in ICO’s and mainstream media attention on Cryptocurrency, there is an ongoing debate as to the merits of the ICO market and whether ICO’s are good or bad for Cryptocurrency in general. I would like to suggest that there is an additional viewpoint that is not being widely discussed and perhaps […]
    • by Marc Kenigsberg
    • July 17, 2017
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  • Blockchain’s Killer Applications

    What Makes Them Different to Those of Other Industries In the high-tech sector winning format wars is the highest precept. For the triumphant company it means high margins or high revenues from licensing fees or sometimes even both. Leveraging a killer application is key. For many blockchain advocates there is no doubt bitcoin is this […]
    • by Igor Pejic
    • July 5, 2017
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  • ICO Structuring

    Most founders who create a token do so for a useful purpose. ICOs structure their raise with conditions in the form of a whitepaper. Commonly, founders construct their token to perform an automatic refund in the event that their target is not reached. In the event that the target is reached, tokens are released to the […]
    • by Stephen Rowlison
    • July 5, 2017
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  • Initial Coin Offering (ICO): Advices to Minimise Failure

    An Initial Coin Offering, or commonly known as ICO, is a form of crowdfunding or fund-raising activity based either on established cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) or fiat currencies. Startups that are incorporating coins into their product’s design, are using ICO as a method for capital raising since it is easier and […]
    • by Theodosis Mourouzis
    • July 5, 2017
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  • Beyond the Void’s ICO: A Case Study

    For French-based gaming platform Beyond the Void, holding an initial coin offering (ICO) was an opportunity to share ownership of the project with customers, fans and other partners, as well as improve user experience. In November 2016, the company held an ICO and raised $332,014 by selling tokens they created on the Ethereum blockchain. Beyond […]
    • by Manon Burgel
    • July 5, 2017
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  • The Rise of ERC-223

    The future of ICOs on Ethereum ERC-223 “It´s not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent. It’s the one that is most adaptable to change” – Charles Darwin ERC-223 improves ICO interactions. We already face a coexistence of the ERC-20 token and the ERC-223 token on the Ethereum chain. Despite that […]
    • by Ismail Malik
    • July 5, 2017
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