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SuchApp Announces its Exclusive License Program

Investors That Promote Mainstream Adoption Are Rewarded with Exclusive Revenue Rights SuchApp is the world’s first real-time messaging platform to function as a 5G commercial ecosystem. Powered by blockchain technology, SuchApp enables users to instantly buy and sell merchandise domestically and across borders instantly using the SPS Token — SuchApp’s …

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Beat – ICO Review

The Beat is creating a platform with the help of which, sports will be integrated with the blockchain-based platform. A proper ecosystem will be created with the help of which sports financing as well as selling sports merchandise will be connected with the help of blockchain technology. The platform aims …

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MediChain – ICO Review

MediChain is creating a blockchain-based platform which will provide patients with complete control of their data. This will ensure that your electronic medical records are kept in complete security. Moreover, you will be able to decide who should access these records and who should not access these records. As the …

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First Nordic Shipping ICO Announced

Danish company Blockshipping, the creators of the Global Shared Container Platform, (GSCP), announces ICO (Initial Coin Offering). GSCP will allow the global container shipping industry to save USD 5.7bn annually through smarter handling of intermodal freight containers. Additionally, wide adoption of the platform will result in a substantial reduction of …

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Quifas – ICO Review

Quifas is creating a cryptocurrency exchange. The cryptocurrency exchange will be able to execute a large number of transactions each and every second. This will ensure that irrespective of the number of users, each and every user will be able to get a pretty fast experience. As there will be …

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What If the SEC Is Going After the SAFT?

Rumors seem to be feeding rumors as it relates to a spate of subpoenas sent out recently to initial coin offering (ICO) issuers by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At press time, it’s unclear when or whether the 80 or so subpoenas (or maybe it’s 200) were sent …

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