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# ecosystem News

FXcoin Ltd., a Japanese cryptocurrency startup which was founded by a Deutsche Bank AG veteran brought on Yasuo Matsuda as a senior cryptocurrency strategist. This signals another development in the space between traditional finance and cryptocurrencies to attract more people to fintech. Traditional Expertise in new Markets FXcoin was created...
Although the cryptocurrency industry is experiencing a bearish market, the broader blockchain ecosystem is snowballing and reaching a point of maturity. Assessing the growth of the blockchain industry by focusing on the cryptocurrency market is thus a misleading metric as the technology is thriving in the broader fintech ecosystem. Blockchain...
June 13, 2018 by at Press Releases
Nebulas, a new-generation blockchain ecosystem, is broadening its Incentive Program by introducing Super Contributor incentives. The Nebulas Incentive Program rewards developers and referrers who bring quality decentralized applications to the Nebulas blockchain. With Super Contributors, community members will now be able to win NAS rewards simply for inviting more people...
June 11, 2018 by at Press Releases
“Two heads are better than one.” Especially in a highly competitive environment. If you are not familiar with this rising star in the ICO market, let’s correct that immediately. Blocform is a sensational project originally designed for musicians and their fans. Its primary goals are to move the music industry...
May 19, 2018 by at Blockchain, News, Tech
Blockchain technology could be the ultimate solution to a problem that poses a significant threat to human existence. Water scarcity is becoming a significant considerable challenge despite the fact that the resource covers a considerable chunk of the earth surface. Water Scarcity: A Ticking Bomb While water covers 70 percent...
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