All posts in "Cryptocurrency"

Plunging into Payments with Plutus Tap & Pay and Pluton (PLU)

By Daniel Jennings / December 26, 2018

Britain’s Plutus Tap & Pay and Pluton (PLU) could be the best blockchain platform and Ethereum token you have never heard of. To explain, Plutus is following the radical and disruptive strategy of devoting its resources to building a product used by real people in the real world. The product is Plutus Tap & Pay […]


Plunging into the Golem (GNT) Decentralized Supercomputer

By Daniel Jennings / December 19, 2018

The Golem ecosystem is a decentralized supercomputer powered by the Golem (GNT) cryptocurrency. Uniquely, Golem’s decentralized supercomputer operates on hundreds or thousands of servers and personal computers all over the world. On the other hand, a traditional supercomputer runs on just one giant mainframe. Hence, a traditional supercomputer is expensive and only available to wealthy […]


Swim with the “Crypto Assets” with Melon (MLN)

By Daniel Jennings / December 13, 2018

Melon (MLN) is one of many cryptocurrencies designed to cash in on crypto assets. To clarify, crypto asset is a catch-all term for any equity or security trade through the blockchain. Melon (MLN) is associated with Melonport AG; a private company, which is developing what it calls an “an asset management computer.” In detail, an […]


Taking a Swim with the INCONOMI (ICN) Digital Assets

By Daniel Jennings / December 8, 2018

ICONOMI (ICN) is a blockchain platform designed to sell a class of assets called Digital Asset Arrays (DAA). To clarify, the DAA appears to be like an exchange-traded fund (ETF) for crypto assets. Like an ETF a DAA is a basket of investments you can buy and sell. The difference between a DAA and an […]


What Value does TenX (PAY) Have?

By Daniel Jennings / December 2, 2018

TenX (PAY) is one of many cryptocurrency ventures with ambitious plans that outside forces stifled. For example, TenX created and distributed a cryptocurrency Visa card last year. However, Visa (NYSE: V) stopped the issuer of TenX’s Visa, Wave Crest Holdings, from issuing Visas in Fourth Quarter 2017. To explain, to issue a Visa card you […]


A Plunge into HorusPay (HORUS) a Payroll Cryptocurrency for EOS

By Daniel Jennings / November 29, 2018

HorusPay (HORUS) is an EOS blockchain platform that hopes to cash in on international payroll with a global payments portal and a cryptocurrency. Horus’s plan is to offer a standardized global payroll system that can operate in many countries at once. They will do all the payroll paperwork and reporting in the HorusPay blockchain. However, […]


What Value does Decred (DCR) have?

By Daniel Jennings / November 28, 2018

Decred (DCR) is a privacy cryptocurrency with a very interesting feature. Notably, Decred’s developers plan to offer smart currency connected to the Lighting Network. The Lightning Network is a sidechain ecosystem designed to solve Bitcoin’s (BTC) scalability problem. To explain, the current Bitcoin blockchain can only process between five and 10 transactions a second depending […]


Bancor Expands to EOS with BancorX

By Daniel Jennings / November 21, 2018

The Bancor (BNT) Liquidity Network is expanding beyond Ethereum for the first time with BancorX. A Bancor Protocol variant called BancorX; or Bancor on EOS, can convert EOS (EOS) into Ethereum (ETH). Thus BancorX can convert ER20, ERC223, and other Ethereum Request for Comment (ERC) tokens into EOS. Hence BancorX is a liquidity network that […]


Is MOAC (MOAC) a Valuable Cryptocurrency?

By Daniel Jennings / November 17, 2018

The MOAC (MOAC) is one of the better cryptocurrencies I have seen. I like MOAC because it seems to be one of the few cryptocurrencies designed for commercial use. In other words, MOAC (MOAC) is actually designed for real world uses. More importantly, MOAC could make real money in the real world. The MOAC actually a […]


Does Dogecoin (DOGE) Have any Value?

By Daniel Jennings / November 16, 2018

I have to confess Dogecoin (DOGE) confuses me. I am confused because Dogecoin was the 25th most popular cryptocurrency on 15 November 2018, yet it had no clear utility. For example, the Dogecoin website lists no uses for the cryptocurrency or projects with it. Notably, there is no Doge protocol with potential commercial uses. Thus […]

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