April 13, Ukraine’s state agency for e-governance and BitFury have signed a historic memorandum of cooperation. A few days later, the country’s Ministry of Justice announced it was ready to deploy blockchain technology within SETAM, the system for escheat sales, and the ministry’s basic ledgers.
LiveCoin.net is more than two years old: it has officially opened on March 1st, 2015. The exchange features simple sign-up procedure, lack of verification-related complexities at early phases of work, and a referral program.
Sergei Vasilchuk, Attic Lab CEO, presented the company’s innovative solution for banks and businesses dubbed OpenBankIT at the recent Blockchain UA conference. The solution, which is based on the principles of OpenSource, Free and UserFriendly, seeks to build a whole stack of solutions for e-money and other assets.
March 17th, 2017, Deloitte Ukraine’s spokespersons Sergei Bondarenko and Dmitri Pavlenko presented their new project DocSensus at BlockchainUA conference in Kyiv. The next day, the project team came in second at the second edition of the All-Ukrainian Blockchain Hackathon.
Nearly a year ago, the Waves team raised $16 million over an ICO. Today, Alexander Ivanov, Waves Platform CEO, is a stakeholder of the blockchain community dedicating himself to both his project and popularization of blockchain technology as a whole.
Another day, another ICO. The total amount of investments raised by The DAO, Ethereum and Waves alone comprised nearly $195 million. However, most crypto fundraising campaigns still occur in legal vacuum. So why do crypto projects prefer the crypto-based way of raising funds over those traditional, like venture capital financing?
Last year we have seen a number of innovative blockchain projects popping up to push traditional technologies to their very limits. Cloud computing was one of the industries tackled. Golem and Elastic generated a lot of excitement within the community but as their development seemingly slowed down, a new project.
July 2016, Waves exploded the internet by raising 29,445 BTC in an ICO. However, Waves isn’t the only decentralized crowdfunding platform: there are lots of them, including Fundonomy, NXT, and Wings. Most of them operate globally, however, there are some exceptions likeÂ Starbase, a Singapore-based platform with Japanese roots, which is.