By Enrico Camerinelli, Co-Founder, CoinShare
CoinShare, a London, UK-based collaborative social shopping platform, has announced its Initial Coin Offering.
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Initial Coin Offerings seem to be an increasingly popular subject lately, especially among entrepreneurs.
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The information era sets new challenges for society. Twenty years ago information was considered wealth. The internet was supposed to collect as much of it as possible.
StartEngine Crowdfunding, Inc., a Los Angeles, CA-based crowdfunding and securities offering platform, closed its Regulation A offering with nearly $5M raised through the sale of common stock.
ASKfm 2.0 is a blockchain-based social growth network that will extend the infrastructure of the existing ASKfm which is one of the biggest Q&A social networks in the world today.
Xriba, a London, UK-based company that aims to bring accountability and transparency to cryptocurrency companies through an “Open Accounting” Protocol, has already raised an equivalent of $12.6m in its token crowdsale event.
The Datarius Cryptobank has completed its Initial Token Offering (ITO) that has seen the platform rake in slightly over $1.6 million. This is no mean feat and one that demands a little insight into what the platform is all about.
The Kryptobits Exchange is happy to announce the development of its upcoming cryptocurrency exchange that wants to reshape how the public deal in crypto.
Blockchain Valley Ventures (BVV) is a newly launched accelerator and venture firm incubating, developing and investing in blockchain-enabled businesses. In conjunction with the start of operations, we interviewed Heinrich Zetlmayer, General Partner, to tell us a bit more about the initiative, its targets, how it works, and future plans.
Everyone has the power to capitalize on their expertise. Not many know how to do that.
Finnish company Payperblock is developing a new freelancing platform for blockchain professionals.