OriginTrail Blazes A Blockchain Path In Food Chains

Blockchain, ICO News, Innovation, Regulation | November 17, 2017 By:

OriginTrail offers a blockchain protocol to track the provenance of foods in the fragmented global foods markets. The protocol allows for blockchain-supported data-sharing, providing transparency through consensus checks and data storage.

The Slovenian-Serbian team recently opened an office in Shanghai to focus on implementation of blockchain use cases in one of the world’s largest markets.


Electronica Producer Gramatik Sells Out – His Revenue Streams, That Is, Through ICO

Blockchain, ICO News, News | November 15, 2017 By:

Blockchain entertainment studio SingularDTV has sold $2.25 million worth of tokens tied to the fortunes of Lowtemp recording artist Gramatik, generating $2.25 million in sales (7,500 ETH) for 25 million GRMTK tokens in its first day and selling out its planned allotment.

The investment gives fans a stake in producer Gramatik’s revenue streams.  Read more  »

Pryze Uses Blockchain For Automated Sweepstakes Promotions

Blockchain, FinTech, ICO News, News, Regulation, Uncategorized | November 14, 2017 By:

Pryze is an automated sweepstakes protocol built on the ethereum blockchain. It allows companies to hold sweepstakes competitions, handling all processes involved in launching and managing sweepstakes using a single platform.

Jupiter Research claims over 80% of all Internet users have participated in an online sweepstakes or contest in the past year,


European Financial Watchdog ESMA Warns ICO Investors, Companies

Announcements, ICO News, News, Regulation | November 14, 2017 By:

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), EU’s financial regulatory institution and European supervisory authority, is the latest financial regulator to issue a warning on initial coin offerings (ICO).

ESMA has released two statements, one on risks of ICOs for investors and one on the rules applicable to firms involved in ICOs.