SerenitySource presents a solution that will be of immense interest to Australians who are involved in producing/selling electricity from renewables. Perhaps you don't know, but the Aussies have probably the highest electricity rates among other developed countries, while enjoying substantial discounts, and other perks, on the energy produced from renewable. SerenitySource might have hit the gold mine here, as they offer a totally new approach towards energy production, accounting, and distribution. The list of team members is a bit short, so they should improve on that in order to come up with a product that fully satisfies the market.
CoinUs shows disrespect to foreign investors by not localizing their official website to the English language. After I read the review, the project really caught my interest. The idea of a hybrid digital wallet that supports different kinds of cryptocurrencies is what this industry desperately needs, but CoinUS won't be able to succeed if they focus only on Korean customers. Certainly, the investors from South Korea are solvent, but they alone can't ensure the future financial well-being for CoinUs.
Judging from the info on the GoMiner official website, the token sale is going pretty well. As of now, the project has already gathered approximately 20% of the established financial goal, which is a good showing for a team that didn't have that much media coverage. Cloud mining has always had its share of users, who can't afford to buy mining equipment. I think that we will see more projects like GoMiner in the future, but they would definitely remain the pioneers in this field.
By looking at how regulators across the world, especially in the United States, have toughened their stance on cryptocurrencies, I think that it would be wise to refrain from investing in projects like Soraix mainly because it could become a collateral victim of a feud between Libra, US Senate, global regulators, SEC, and Telegram Open Network. The crypto is entering a very difficult stage where there would be a need for a compromise between the major blockchain projects and the officials. Something tells me that it won't be in favor of the former, which means that projects like Soraix would also suffer.
Oh my, here is another startup that intends to make the "world a better place." We have already seen so many of them rise briefly above the surface only to get to an even deeper bottom of insignificancy. Besides, the concept offered by 2Local is flawed at its core since they intend to narrow the audience to "locals" instead of trying to go global. The 2Local app would be suitable only for those who reside in big megapolises, and could be rendered virtually useless for those from small towns.
Cryptobonds is just another fairytale for the gullible investors who don't mind jumping headfirst into an endeavor, organized by a startup that has little to no guarantees of liquidity, thus no foreseeable prospects. It's not the time to invest in questionable financial products based on digital currencies because they pose a prime target for governments, especially the Asian ones. So, Twogap is just another crypto startup on my "read-and-disregarded" list.
As much as I want to think of Heroic as of a blockchain project that holds immense potential, I can't help but wonder whether the offered technology would be fully viable at first. And if not, how long would it take HEROIC to turn it into a seamlessly operating system. Judging from my experience, the entire path from ICO to public recognition would take approximately two to three years, so don't expect quick returns on your investment.
UCOIN is a comprehensive solution to the adoption of cryptocurrency by the masses is needed. Current coins cannot solve their entry barriers issues fully. Ucoin addresses critical barriers to crypto mass adoption bringing utility features that add value to customers and the industry with just a few clicks.
No MVP means no investment from me - that's the rule of thumb that I apply virtually to any emerging blockchain project that appears on my radar. The time of gullible investors, who believed in empty promises and vaguely formulated concepts are gone. Nowadays, we want to see real products before contributing a single satoshi for their cause. Distichain failed to present an MVP before the beginning of the token sale, which puts them into the category of inconsiderable.
I don't see what feats does Rokkex has to be characterized as the "crypto exchange of new generation?" Nothing about this platform seems even remotely innovative to me. Good user experience, availability 24/7, and an abundance of trading pairs - we see that on every platform that cares about its reputation and wants to stay in business for many years. Rokkex is the exchange of the present generation, but definitely not the future one.
The project has an interesting idea and a unique approach, and it is interesting to a lot of investors. However, its website is unavailable, and much of its team remains unverified. There are definitely some red flags about the project, although those might only be difficulties and technical issues, rather than signs of a scam.
The property rental and real estate businesses will surely benefit from the adoption of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, but they will have to wait in line until this technology get fully digested by the banking and financial sectors, which are the bedrock for the future incorporation of this revolutionary solution. Housinet has plenty of great stuff to offer, but it's just too early, but on the other hand, a project like that can't stall for years.
I don't really care much for people who are bashing Saiterm for promising a pathetically low mining output of roughly $10 a month. They need to understand that this product is not about mining or profiteering - it's about keeping your house warm thanks to the use of a sustainable source of heating energy, while a small amount of tokens just come as icing on the cake.
The business idea itself, presented by Timeless Luxury Group, is captivating and promising, but I have certain doubts regarding the ability of this team to see it through. No offense, but these people don't appear to be experienced enough to carry out the project of such magnitude. The construction of a big resort and chalet is this particular location is a very costly and somewhat risky endeavor. This is a very narrow niche, so if one can't get a big enough customer base right away, he is basically screwed.
The revolutionary approach VITA is using for this project is a good one. The entire process for the project has been spelled out on their website and social media platforms. That indicates transparency and a quest to carry everyone along. In the meantime, it has a nice website that makes it easy to access information. And the bonus process is also legitimate, as rewards have been granted already.
Mindsync token is designed to make investments on the platform, access AI solutions and to reward participants such as machine learning developers, experts, volunteers and researchers, computing power and big data providers. Mindsync token is a ERC-20 utility token. The number of tokens is limited. Mindsync token is set to run on decentralized blockchain technology, ensuring transparency and security of all financial transactions.
The project intends to offer protection to users for their intellectual rights. It offers something lacking in the online community, which is encouraging. Although it has kicked off its ICO presale offerings, the response has not been great because of poor awareness in public. Concerning this, the team members should do more awareness through various channels such as its websites and other social media links. The project promises to be an interesting and successful one if there is more sensitization.
Investing in a project that operates in the country that is currently being heavily scrutinized by economic sanctions, and where the government-owned corporation literally has a monopoly on oil production, would be a reckless move, to say the least. Certainly, the possibility of entering that highly profitable space could be tempting, but in the case of OilWellCoin, the risks outweigh the benefits by miles. I would rather invest in graphene instead.
Projects like Chintai are trying to promote the cryptocurrency-based financial products that would hardly find any real-work application in the near future. We still can't figure out a way to properly use Bitcoin as a currency and a payment vehicle that can be used relatively freely. Yet Chintai, and a bunch of other startups, are already trying to sell us some pseudo-sophisticated solutions. I am not saying that the crypto leasing shouldn't be given a chance, but my guess is that it's a bit too early for such complicated instruments.
What's the point of exchanging some shizcoin for "small amounts of ETH" if one can easily do it on some backwater exchange, and probably get a bit more in return. If you got owned by the 2018 bear market, nothing will truly console you, especially a tiny compensation in Ethereum. Moreover, the prospective Jullar members should ask themselves what this startup stands to gain from buying bad coins en masse. I don't see any logic in that, apart from some shady dealings.
The property market offers enormous potential for the incorporation of blockchain technology. All technological specifications and capabilities of blockchain are tailored for the needs of the real estate industry. EzyStayz wants to occupy only a certain niche of this market, but it would be enough for this project to shine, given that the team puts more effort into platform development. All in all, EzyStays will stay on my radar while I'll keep looking for other interesting ICOs.
The projects that I like the most are the ones that roll out the product even before they launch the token sale. I can see that Ledgerioum has the Toorak Testnet up and running, which instills more confidence in this startup. Fundamentally, Ledgerium isn't that much different from Ethereum that could be a problem in the long run, especially given that Ethereum 2.0 testnet is going to be launched in a matter of months.
The real estate industry clearly needs to incorporate blockchain in order to maintain development in the right direction. Housinet might be a project that will take this industry to the next level. I like how detailed are their whitepaper and business model, and the team seems to be well-staffed.
BitCollar claims to have already raised almost 5 thousand ETH through ICO, which is a miraculous result, given its team and advisory board is comprised of people I have never heard of before - and I have been into crypto for more than a decade now. Although I must admit that the Asian crypto space is a bit of an enigma for me, so these people could well be the local blockchain celebrities. I will keep BitCollar on my radar in order to stay informed about its development.
I like the idea presented by ULTI, but I am a bit concerned about the liquidity issue. How are they going to ensure it if the overwhelming number of players would want to exchange their virtual items for fiat at the same time? Such questions arise due to the fact that ULTI didn’t do a very good job of explaining their token economics. If they have a well-elaborated plan for handling such a situation, I would like to see it.
The tech solution offered by BrandProtect is probably the one that would be most welcome in the business community worldwide. The reason is that the anti-counterfeit mechanism on the basis of blockchain is useful and practical, and it won't entail any legal issues with the authorities because in that case, blockchain is used more like a verification service than a payment vehicle.
People who frown at Ozotop and its idea of robotic decentralized societies should remember that some 30 years ago, we all thought that mobile phone is the work of divine power, not to mention that we would have Internet everywhere. Indeed, Ozotop might not get large traction right off the bat, but I am sure that the idea will catch on. Maybe it won't be Ozotop that will bring it to fruition, but the cyber societies are here to stay.
There have been so many talks and speculations about Telegram Open Network that I am dying to see at least one project that utilizes this presumably progressive blockchain solution. The combination of Waves and TON within the framework of a single startup makes Ozotop even more appealing. Although I would suggest that you should refrain from investing in Ozotop right away in order to see how the situation with SEC would resolve.
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