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Another Day, Another Indian Crypto Exchange Launches ICO

Say what you will about the scene of cryptocurrency trading in India, it never seizes to amaze. While some incumbents and newbies are relying on Peer to Peer trading or experimenting newer ways to keep offering exchange services, some are registering abroad for a ‘Global Platform’ and doing ICOs. One other exchange joining this list is BTCMonk. You may remember BTCMonk from our list of exchanges that do not share…

Reality Check: Are WRX Coins Useless?

Cryptocurrency exchanges are popping up everywhere. It is not difficult or expensive to build a crypto exchange. But to build an exchange that is secure, robust, built for thousands of users from day 1 and to work glitch free, you have to spend some moolah. Initial Coin Offerings or ICOs are the biggest tools in Cryptocurrency space to raise money. Exchanges have raised money by ICOs, exchanging ETH, BTC or…

Should you invest in Indian Exchanges launching ICO for a “Global” Product?

Welcome to the world of Initial Coin offerings (ICO), the instrument that has made billions for companies such as Block.one – the creators of EOS. Almost all ICOs are raising atleast a few million USD. Some ICOs made investors filthy rich but some ICOs have duped a lot of investor money and made anonymous scammers filthy rich as well. Some notable ICO exit scams being PlexCoin, Giza Token, Benebit, etc.…

Can Blockchain Help You Cash Out Your Unspent Loyalty Points?

We are working on GBRL, Mitali Bansal, Manager of Strategic Partnerships at Zagg Network said as we introduced ourselves at a Blockchain meetup. I’ll be honest, I didn’t ask what GBRL was as I understood from the conversation that the company was working into loyalty rewards and benefits. Two days later I was sitting in Zagg’s office in Madhapur, Hyderabad with Mitali and Amit Mehta, the CMO of the company. The…

Cross Chain Transactions to Become Instant with QuickX

Cryptocurrencies are undoubtedly becoming a widely used source of payments across many nations. We have all heard that it could one day take over the traditional payment channels such as banks and the cards network. However today, card providers like mastercard and Visa are processing over 150 million transactions an hour, which is far more than any blockchain can process today. The reason – Crypto needs Confirmations. Major cryptocurrency transactions…