There is no denying technology will play an even more important role in our daily lives over the next few years. As society is slowly transitioning into the Digital Age, more and more daily tasks will heavily rely on technological advancements. So far, it looks like 2016 will be an interesting year for certain technology trends. That being said, it remains to be seen how these forms of technology will impact the daily lives of consumers all over the world.
There seems to be a golden opportunity for digital currency to go hand-in-hand with the emerging trend of virtual reality. Voxelus, which calls itself the “official coin of virtual reality” is well on its way to achieving many great things, assuming the team can deliver on their promises. So far, their public crowdsale on ShapeShift.io is going quite well.
It is no secret that venture capitalists are keeping a close eye on the Bitcoin sphere. While 2015 has already seen a heavy influx of money into Bitcoin companies, the year is not over yet. Even companies such as Boost VC are being open about their picks and investments, as after all, without decent entrepreneurs, there is no reason to invest in any Bitcoin company!
Boost VC Number Crunching Since 2012
Do keep in mind the following numbers have been presented by Boost VC themselves and are a combination of three years of investments and business. Overall, these numbers are pretty promising all across the board, even though it might still be too early to tell if they are the correct choices.
The team behind the ‘YouTube of VR’ platform looks to raise development funds through a crowd sale of six billion VIZR token. Vizor (vizor.io), the content portal known as the “YouTube of Virtual Reality,” announced today that the launch window for a private crowd sale of their own digital currency coin, the VIZR token, starts today and will last till late January.
The funds raised from the crowd sale will directly to the development of Vizor’s powerful Web VR technology. This is an integrated authoring toolset that makes it simple for anyone to create and share a virtual reality experience directly in their browser without expensive hardware or specialist technicians.