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EVEN DEX, a fully decentralized cryptocurrency exchange platform, is launching its public pre-sale on the 26th of April in preparation for its upcoming ICO stage. The project is designed with complete decentralization in mind on the basis of a proprietary blockchain to allow users full integrity and security of funds and to ensure transparent and secure transactions with cryptocurrency assets.
Using its master node system and fully decentralized approach to conducting cryptocurrency exchange operations, the EVEN platform aims at solving the issues of funds security, transaction speeds and availability of professional instruments for trading. Currently, available exchange platform solutions operate through third parties to store user funds, subjecting them to risk. The EVEN platform intends to implement its exchange on a proprietary blockchain and ensure entirely decentralized funds storage.
At a time when concerns over how big companies like Facebook, LinkedIn and Google are handling our data continue to grow, two blockchain-based apps have joined forces to offer productivity tools that give you full control over your own data.
Graphite Docs, a decentralized alternative to Google G-suite, has integrated with decentralized messaging app Stealthy, the two companies announced on April 12, 2018. What that means is users of Graphite Docs are now able to view documents and chat with friends and coworkers on a single screen.
Decentralized video sharing platform Viuly has recently achieved its most recent milestone target of 1 million users with most of the new users having joined only recently, with around 700,000 users signing up in the last three months. The blockchain-based video sharing platform does not charge video uploaders any fees for displaying their content. In addition to the free service, Viuly also incentivizes its users through a participation program in which active users are rewarded with the VIU cryptocurrency.
Origin Protocol, a blockchain start-up that is building infrastructure for a new decentralized sharing economy, has announced that it is forming a technology partnership with NuCypher, a company that provides encryption technology to decentralized applications. In the future, sharing economy companies building on the Origin Protocol platform will have access to NuCypher data re-encryption technology, which is described as ‘HTTPS for Dapps’ and will allow for more complicated applications to be built completely decentralized.
Decentralized Machine Learning Revolutionize the Use of Untapped Data with Privacy Protection
Decentralized Machine Learning (DML) is developing a decentralized protocol with the aid of blockchain, machine learning and federated learning technology etc. to unleash the potential of privately owned data that are currently not being fully utilized for machine learning and to drive innovation from periphery by forming a developer community in the marketplace.
The new GOL platform uses blockchain technology to decentralize the tournament and payment processes that have long plagued traditional tournament style play.
Hong Kong, China, March 20, 2018, the Global Open League (GOL) ICO private sale is now live and is expected to attract the attention of the global cryptocurrency and gaming communities.
GOL is introducing the next generation eSports tournament platform to global gaming enthusiasts by integrating it with blockchain technology. GOL will target the currently underserved amateur players and invite celebrities and professional eSports players with whom gamers will have the rare opportunity to interact on the platform. Next Generation Esports (NGE), one of the largest eSports content providers in North America working with some of the largest gaming companies in the world, will also be a key partner of GOL.
Decentralized exchanges promise a world in which cryptocurrency can be traded without a centralized middlemen. Nevertheless, the majority of cryptocurrency currently trades on centralized exchanges that have amassed large network effects, offer large amounts of liquidity and have an easy-to-follow user experience. Recently, exchanges Binance and Kyber Network released news of progress toward the future of decentralized exchanges: Binance announced the launch of a decentralized exchange, and Kyber Network made their decentralized exchange beta available to the general public.
Cannabis Wire, a trade publication dedicated marijuana industry coverage, is launching a newsroom on blockchain-based journalism platform Civil.
The advent of blockchain technology is provoking a revolution of the Internet of Value. In the blockchain world, Ethereum, NEO, EOS and other blockchain-based computing platforms exploit land to run applications. On this land, a variety of application chain of different functions spring up, for example: Rebo network for cross-border payment, CVC with the function of authentication and Distributed File System IPFS. However, in the world of the blockchain, there is a lack of infrastructure with multiple functions which offer a variety of decentralized services. Brahma OS aims to fill that void.