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Introducing Bondly…

Introducing Bondly…
For us who use Decentralized Finance (DeFi) as a common term, we know it represents an enormous shift in how we transact with one another: borrowing money, exchanging currencies, how we view insurance, etc. While total assets involved in DeFi still seem to be increasing right now, there are various factors that will prevent us from growing further.
DeFi’s largest barriers for adoption
Interoperability — Right now Ethereum gas fees seem like they are always increasing and ETH 2.0 may still be 6 months or more away. We need the ability to make DeFi more accessible to individuals who can’t afford high gas prices per transaction and start including native blockchain assets that are stranded on other platforms.
Trust — Unfortunately our biggest issue is still trust. While none of us in crypto expect to know the identity of the other party, many of us just send funds to people we don’t know for vague promises of more wealth. In fact, the biggest type of fraud is still the “giveaway scam” which asks offer to send something back — but its only an offer, there is no guarantee. This is totally unsustainable.
What about doing business outside of crypto?
Ultimately, DeFi doesn’t keep going unless we create methods for non-crypto native businesses to integrate. While the community might approve sending crypto to each other without a safety in place, this will never work for 99% of online marketplaces.
So we need:
  • DeFi options on lower cost platforms
  • Trading across blockchains
  • Safer Transactions
  • More flexibility for peer to peer transactions
  • Easier methods for online marketplaces to integrate and use crypto
This is why we created Bondly.

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Bondly is a brainchild of over 3 years of working in fintech digital escrow payments + love for native DeFi. Adding our cumulative 13 years of traditional financial services, 6 years of eCommerce marketing, 4 years of Ethereum blockchain development, we think this will be one of the most important next steps in DeFi.

What is Bondly?

Bondly is a trusted, transparent and portable swap protocol designed to make you into a marketplace.
Our family of trust-enabling, DeFi products are designed to be a part of your everyday buying and selling activities, giving you piece of mind for your next swap or online purchase.

BONDSWAP (BSWAP)

Similar to Binance OTC Trading Portal but directly on-chain and can be sent via any chat app using different blockchains
Wallet to Wallet trustless Over the Counter (OTC) trades that are performed by signing a smart contract. Completely portable smart link can be sent via a chat app or on your favorite social media. It will first support all ERC-20 tokens and NFT (Ethereum) then eventually
With BSWAP you can:
  • Sell a large order of a low liquidity token with no risk of slippage
  • Become your own NFT marketplace by minting the token, setting your own price, then post to your social media for your audience to buy
  • Buy assets using Debit/Credit card (using our third party partner onramp)
  • Send smart link in Telegram to someone you know or your favorite group

BOND DEX

Similar to Mooniswap but includes rewards token provided to Liquidity Providers on top of fee share
Interoperable Decentralized Exchange (DEX) thats easy to use and blockchain agnostic. Requires liquidity provider (LP) participants to pool assets for a portion of transaction fees along with rewards APY rewards. Our pricing engine will compare major cross chain swap options and will let you know the best one to use (even if its not us). Validation is done directly within your Web3 browser (with Metamask) or polkadot.js based Native Wallet.
With BOND DEX you can:
  • Trade native assets on Polkadot with USDC on Ethereum
  • Get recommendations on the cheapest bridge transaction path
  • Create your own asset pairs that otherwise might not exist

BOND PROTECT (BPROTECT)

Similar to Paypal/AliPay Express Buyer Protection combined with Escrow.com with a simple UX like Zapper.fi or Zircon
This is our most revolutionary product that we feel will have the largest impact to the eCommerce market.
PROTECT is decentralized escrow and buyer protection for customers of crypto friendly marketplaces.
  • Designed to replace all site specific crypto escrow products with an easy to use API and completely smart contract driven product. Marketplaces may still be in a ‘validator’ role for the marketplace transaction but now they don’t have direct access to funds. This mitigates misappropriation by the marketplace along with exit scamming
  • By participating in the Bondly network, marketplace vendors can represent themselves as BPROTECT ready and show their on-chain transaction history and successful Bondly enabled deals
  • BPROTECT will have a similar UX to Zapper.Fi that will pull this vendors on chain activity and history into one place across ethereum and our native substrate chain so you can see their status and history
  • Functions as a ‘Buyer Protection’ similar to most major marketplaces, where customers are protected by collateral within Bondly
  • First customers will be marketplaces that sell digital goods like Domain Names and In-Game items and that support crypto payments already. Existing domain name credentials and ownership will be wrapped in an NFT and swapped for requested crypto directly
  • Requires that the marketplace itself stakes Bondly collateral as well as each individual marketplace vendor
  • COMPLETELY UNDERCUTS the whole ‘fake review’ industry which is prominently used to inflate value on sites like Amazon.com
With BPROTECT you can
  • Give more trust to your buyers that you will provide the purchased asset in a timely fashion
  • As a buyer you can request sellers to use this method so you have more trust
  • Sell an asset via OTC that you do not have yet (e.g. waiting for vesting) by staking collateral in the Bondly network
  • Set up recurring payments from individuals to vendors that can deduct from your account every month, similar to a Netflix subscription completely crypto enabled

How does BOND PROTECT work?

For individual OTC Trades:
  • Seller stakes collateral and ensures the buyer will receive asset by a specified date or with a specific condition
  • If agreement is violated, collateral is forfeited and transferred to the buyer
For Marketplace Vendors:
  • Vendors stake collateral (earning staking rewards for doing so)
  • Should a vendor violate a sale condition (e.g. not deliver a good on time), BOND collateral is provided to buyers as compensation
  • Each sale is recorded on-chain for transparency
  • Vendors who provide extended positive service with a long term history are rewarded through our staking/LP rewards program

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Bonding with Polkadot

As our ‘sibling’ projects Darwinia and Bifrost have realized, Polkadot and using Substrate represents a phenomenal step forward in interoperability.
It offers:
  • Total flexibility for building a cross asset non-custodial token bridge
  • Seamless integration of our partners/peer bridges between infrastructure
  • Built in network security
  • Efficient token standard indexing for every type of asset in every type of blockchain
We don’t have Digital Money without Bitcoin; We don’t have Smart Contracts and DeFi without Ethereum; We don’t have true interoperability without Polkadot and Substrate.
In a future article we will talk more about our Kusama testnet release.

Whats next for BONDLY?

BONDSWAP for Ethereum, the first formal product release, will be available soon (so hold off on your OTC transaction until then). This will include support for the Bondly staking program. Detailed roadmaps for the other products will be announced soon!
In the meantime we will be making additional articles (but not limited to) the following topics:
  • Our first BPROTECT marketplace customers
  • The BONDLY Liquidity Marketplace
  • Partnership Announcements
  • Team Details
Please join our community and sign up for the alpha! We are so excited to share more with you soon!
Web: https://www.bondly.finance/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BondlyFinance
Telegram: t.me/bondlyfinance
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Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com

Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com
An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com Overview
In a climate where blockchain technology is constantly evolving and the digital economy takes the world by storm, a new very ambitious project emerges from Melbourne, Australia. Nauticus strives to establish itself as one of the market leaders by enhancing the cryptocurrency exchange eco-system and simplifying the global crypto / fiat payment process.
Nauticus is a project with 6 clear stages to implement over the next 5 years. Their clearly defined milestones in their roadmap demonstrate a clear goal to become a leading enterprise within the crypto space over the coming years. At its heart the Nauticus vision is to create ‘Better banking and eCommerce using blockchain technology.’ We ask the question: will they be able achieve their goals and most importantly, is the Nauticus ICO a worthy investment?
Nauticus aims, goals, vision & roadmap
In their first year Nauticus aims to provide a high speed, secure currency exchange with the goal of becoming a one stop shop for the consumer to trade a vast array of fiat and cryptocurrency options. A distinctive feature of the exchange is to enable users from all over the globe to pair their local currency against 100+ of the biggest cryptocurrencies. Nauticus will focus on high liquidity with low transaction fees. An impressive 7 fiat currencies pairing will be available on launch with a further 16 planned in total and then 300 cryptocurrencies. At the heart of their business is a clear goal to create a simplified interface designed with the average consumer in mind. Nauticus hopes to help simplify the trading process for new users by, “Making Bitcoin as easy as ordering a pizza”.
The crypto and fiat exchange is targeted to launch in mid-2018 with one of their pilot features being a mobile app that utilises facial recognition and biometric data to enhance security. The app aims to make the payment processes easier for all users across the globe by simplifying sending money to friends or services through their easy, consumer friendly wallet.
In 2019 Nauticus turns its attention to creating an environmentally friendly mining center, focusing on energy efficient equipment, renewable energy and promoting sustainable projects. The profits from the mine will be used to support subsequent expansion in the following years.
By 2020 Nauticus then plans to move into the eCommerce sector, simplifying payments by allowing the buyer to pay in a variety of different fiat and crypto options and very importantly ensuring transaction fees are incredibly low. By 2023 they will have established a Merchant payment platform, integrated with the big data industry, have a global KYC verification system and an ICO Gateway for new projects.
Value of project / Use case
The pioneering feature of the project when it is launched this summer will be the 6 Fiat currencies pairs active on the platform. Nauticus will be the first in the world to offer such a service. By providing these pairs and simplifying the usability process, Nauticus targets to ease the adoption for the average user. The hope is that by providing an easy to use entry into the digital payment world they will be able to encourage adoption and become a leader in growing the ecosystem of modern payment methods. By summer 2019 the goal is to offer over 300 cryptocurrencies and an incredible 16 fiat currency options. This will thrust Nauticus into the limelight and highlights one of their clear unique selling points.
The mobile app is one of the core features of Nauticus, they have their target firmly set on creating a global society, supporting transactions no matter where you are in the world and what currency you hold. The target is to allow the user travel anywhere and be able to pay with whatever currency they have stored in the exchange. The software behind the mobile app will then convert and transact immediately into the required payment method. The target of this is to help encourage the world to unite into one big digital eco-system and remove boundaries prevalent in our current system. Nauticus aims to create a one stop shop for global payments that is quick, reliable and extremely versatile no matter where you are in the world.
Unlike many other ICO projects in the current space the Nauticus token has a clear value and use case. Like Binance coins or Kucoin tokens, the Nauticus coin has a genuine use on their exchange platform. ICO investers will almost immediately be able to use their Nauticus coins once the cryptocurrency / fiat exchange is launched. Users will be encouraged to hold the tokens as a 50% discount is provided on trading fees if the Nauticus coin is held in a user’s wallet.
Hype
At the time of writing the Nauticus ICO was in the final stage of its main sale. It has a very impressive 362,100 registered users, it has well surpassed its soft cap and is looking like it will hit the 2nd 16M milestone soon.
The Nauticus team are active on social media promoting their project. Their telegram group has an above average user base exceeding 10,000, with a twitter following of a similar size. #Nauticus is currently being tweeted between 400–500 times a day and there is a general excitement surrounding the project within circles that are aware of its existence.
Promotion from social media influencers and hype from YouTube reviewers has been relatively small compared with other popular ICOs active at the moment, but this shouldn’t detract from its pull in the community. Review sites such as WiserICO, ICOmarks and ICObench have reviewed the project very favourably and the project has excelled in a tough climate for ICOs (March-April 2018).
Team
The company was established by CEO Bryan Ng and COO Jonathan Chang. Whilst young, they have both setup previous successful businesses and have had experience with past blockchain projects. Further down the list, whilst the team is not all star, the team is large, experienced in the right fields and are very capable of delivering.
Whilst the team has very good advisors, it is a shame to see these positioned ahead of the actual team on their site. Whilst advisors are somewhat important, it’s slightly disheartening seeing these pushed ahead of the actual team who will be driving the business forward.
From watching an interview on Youtube, you can see the passion both founders have for the project. There is a clear air of transparency, both explain the project well and both seem eager and confident to establish their selves within the blockchian world. Respectably the Nauticus founders are also very ethically minded, pledging to use profits to bring improve living standards for those in developing countries, to protect the environment and to give away a possible 41% of the coins to charity.
Token Metrics
It is good to see that the project has clearly put some thought into their token metrics to benefit those investing at ICO stage. Private sales have a six month lock in feature to prevent bonus dumps and 90% of all tokens are in the hands of the general public.
It is important for investors to be aware that the token sale has rewarded early investors in the form of bonuses and has been operating with a referral program. A 30% bonus existed for presale investors and an extra 5% for large investors. Giveaways in the form of a 100 free tokens were awarded for signing up, as well as 200 tokens for each referral. However, what is important to recognise is that any free tokens awarded from promotions will be untradeable for two years — a great way to protect early investors.
Finally, although the project looks likely to sell out over the coming weeks, it is important to recognise that any unsold tokens will be burned at the end of the ICO.
Summary
Nauticus is a project that has high a real desire to make progress evolving our global digital ecosystem. It has a bold 5 year plan that if they succeed with, will push Nauticus forward as one of the pioneers of innovation in the blockchain space.
Its unique features give Nauticus the ability to separate itself from other platforms, however, it will clearly face a lot of competition from the well-established cryptocurrency exchanges dominating the market. In addition to this it will also come up against the likes of Ethos and Bread as user friendly universal mobile wallets / fiat gateways. As well as fighting competition against payment focused projects such as Crypterium, Metal, BitPay, Monaco and TenX to name but a few.
With great ambition also comes risk. Nauticus will not only have to be determined to achieve all 6 goals outlined in their roadmap, it may also come up against challenges navigating around government loopholes when implementing certain areas of the project.
Despite these issues Nauticus is a relatively low risk investment with the potential to grow over the next few years if adoption is achieved. If we compare the Nauticus coin to similar projects such as Binance, the potential is obvious. With the correct nurturing of their Australian based team and successful marketing / implementation, there is real opportunity for Nauticus to thrive as a pioneer in secure crypto banking, payments and eCommerce as both a short and long term investment.
Final rating to be revealed on www.thecoinradar.com
Josh Herbert (TheCoinRadar)
To find out more about Nauticus please follow the links below:
Website (https://www.nauticus.io)
Whitepaper (https://cdn.nauticus.io/NauticusWhitepaperOfficial.pdf)
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] Predictions for 2018 and lessons learned from trends in 2017

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I'd like to take the time to reflect on the crazy year that was 2017 for cryptocurrency investors, and weigh in on what we've learned over the past year, while also making a few predictions for the future.
One year feels like a decade in crypto, and so many various forces finally cumulated together in 2017 that we had an explosion of activity that left me feeling both exhausted and exhilarated. We saw LTC go on Coinbase, we saw an ICO rush with new issues like Bancor raising 150mil in 3 hours, we saw the absurdity that is cryptokitties crushing the ETH network, we saw Bitcoin Cash and the shitshow surrounding that, we saw Segwit and the long awaited Bitcoin futures. I will always remember where I was at the moment I watched Bitcoin pass $10,000 on GDAX. I will never forget the sweat as I watched the Gemini Auction for my BTC and then waiting for the payment to settle. And I will never forget the flurry of questions, advice seeking and inquiries from people in December as the media spotlight made cryptocurrencies a mainstream concern. We've come a long way, from the days of being considered oddball technogeeks to now being the vanguard of early adopters.

Some major trends in 2017 and lessons learned

  • The Mainstreaming of Cryptocurrencies: This was the year that the "normies" entered crypto in astounding numbers, especially later in the year and cumulating in December. From Ice Tea companies to my hairdresser, everyone wanted to be involved in crypto. New naive money will continue to pump into the market this year, and its important we welcome them while also keeping their expectations grounded in reality. Encouraging new investors with stories of how they can double their investment in a week is not a sustainable method of keeping them interested in crypto.
  • ICO Craze: For many 2017 was the year that the ICO. People made a ton of money by getting into ICOs early before a coin became hyped by the marketing efforts. Sites like ICOBench sprung up and provided people an easy way to find new ICOs to invest in, and those who got in could get a handsome profit by buying the coins for pennies then selling them for dimes a few months later at an exchange, with many ICOs offering pre-sale discounts for early registrations. I suspect that this trend will actually die out in 2018 as there seem to be way too many coins coming out now and they won't all be able to pump, we're already seeing ICOs recently getting dumped hard the moment they start trading on an exchange.
  • The rapid development of altcoin investment: At the beginning of the year the marketcap for altcoins as just $2 billion. By the end of 2017 it grew to over $370 billion. This was the year that investing in cryptos became about more than just Bitcoin. We saw an explosion of new promising altcoins, Binance launched in July, LTC was added to Coinbase and Ethereum really came into its own as a dominant force. I suspect that this focus on altcoins will continue as its now easier than ever to research and obtain them.
  • Resilience in the face of regulation: China banned initial coin offerings and bitcoin exchanges in the first weeks of September. The ban caused a precipitous drop in cryptocurrency flows worldwide and invoked panic within me, with Bitcoin going down to almost $3K. However we recovered surprisingly quick. This is why I wasn't too concerned with the recent news that Korea may crack down on exchanges. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized and distributed, and while government actions certainly can hurt the price in the short term, I think any attempts at increased crackdowns will result in a recovery within a few months. Crypto seems to be a lot more resilient than most people realize to laws trying to destroy it, so don't freak out when you hear a story about increased regulation in the Far East.
  • Institutional money coming in: We saw the speculation of an ETF not come to fruition, but in December the CME Group and CBOE started trading futures on Bitcoin. The lead up to this event and the subsequent decline and relative stabilization of Bitcoin will lead to a cascade of effects. We now have a genuine price discovery mechanism that will put downward pressure on BTC with its futures contracts. McAfees predictions of a million dollar BTC are not going to come to fruition now that you can short it.
  • Chase for the "next bitcoin": Lambo psychosis dominated and continued into the new year with nearly every coin in the top 100 showing a steep parabolic rise. This is actually something a lot of long term investors find deeply troubling, because now people are hungry for crazy x10 gains within a month and that is simply unsustainable.

Some predictions for the year 2018

Decline for Bitcoin
I have a long-standing emotional connection to Bitcoin and really do want it to succeed. But by now even the early adopters have come to accept how far away we are from the original vision of the currency. We are now seeing a decrease in adoption among ecommerce sites, which a sad state of affairs. I'm not so confident that Lighning will be enough at this point. Lightning likely wont be here for at least another 1-2 years and the problem will be user adoption. Segwit gave users a 40% discount on fees, and was a relatively simple upgrade, yet its 2018 and only 8% of transactions come from Segwit addresses. LN is way more difficult to implement, so don't expect it to be useful for at least a year after release. Core developers should have followed through with the New York Agreement and increased the blocksize to 2 MB. It's actually much more practical to scale BTC through miners than users, as most miners abide by the rules of a small set of mining pools and use the same software. Segwit2X was doomed to failure but it had 90% support among miners before the campaign against it started, and even after it had over 70% miner support. I think 70% miner support before a fork is vastly better for initiating a change than 8% user support.
Core team really needs to wake up right away and realize that the continual declines in market dominance are a reflection of Bitcoins failure to find utility, and that the first movers advantage and name brand will not last forever. Unless it solves the problem of insane transaction fees, ballooned mempool size, long transaction times and most of the accounts not even being able to afford to move the balance out I don't see BTC doing anything but declining in market dominance.
Ethereum will become an even more dominant force
I can see the long awaited flipening come in 2018. Ethereum already processes way more transactions than anything else, it already is basically THE platform for new coins and powers so much of the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem. The Constantinople fork and Casper Proof-of-Stake changes should take care of the TPS limitations for the next few years, and I expect to see an explosion of dApps in 2018. Ethereum has tons of developer support behind it and POS means people will want to hold it for the long term. Its already become my #1 core/safe-haven position and I think a 3-5K range in 2018 is completely reasonable.
The emergence of transactable business-oriented blockchains
The last few years were about theory and technological innovation, but I think 2018 will be the year that cryptocurrencies finally start to demonstrate value in solving business problems.
Ultimately a cryptocurrency is pointless if it doesn't solve some transactional problem or alleviate some inefficiency in the value-exchange process. There are several sectors/cases for business users that are ripe for blockchain technology: supply chain, settlement layers between intercurrency transactions, payment processing, offloading processing tasks onto blockchains, identity management...etc.
I expect that transactable coins that actually have functionality will be the big winners. ICX, WTC, VEN, NEO, XLM and others that target enterprise-oriented use cases will likely be the focus over the next year.
The rise of a DAG coin as a standard for transfers between exchanges, most likely Raiblocks (XRB)
Lets be perfectly honest: Right now the vast majority of transactions being conducted on the blockchain is simply moving cryptos around various exchanges. Its quite a nerve-wracking process, watching thousands of dollars sitting unconfirmed on the blockchain explorer for hours is not a pleasant experience. If you move your balances a lot you will end up losing substantial money to transfer fees. This is why I can see a light fast DAG becoming a standard for inter-exchange transfers of funds, specifically XRB after it gets listed on Binance. Being a DAG the process of onboarding isn't as simple as just adding another ERC20 coin, but once the Raiblocks team figures this out on Binance I suspect that adoption will follow quickly to other exchanges. The quick transactions speed and no cost will make it the ideal coin to exploit arbitrage between less liquid and more liquid markets.
The rise of "dividend" coins"
The next year should be one where the stretched valuations are questioned, and those coins that pay out a form of dividend and can thus be easily valued will become a safe harbor. NEO, EOS, ARK, VEN,OMG among others should gain favor. We actually saw NEO do particularly well in this recent downturn. I expect to see a lot more also following this dividend payment model.
**The move away ...
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Blockchain in FinTech — Investor’s View

Blockchain in FinTech — Investor’s View
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As the inflated expectations around blockchain technology have retraced back to the realistic development around it, we stride forward towards reaching the plateau of productivity in realizing the true power of Blockchain Technology.

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Thus far, blockchain has been the largest crowdfunding exercise in history. A blend of VC funding & IPO but yet a standalone entity with its own quality embedded, ICOs have been garnering the required capital for blockchain companies to produce blockchain enabled solutions.
FinTech companies create an ecosystem that fosters the collection of vast amounts of data and builds trusted relationships with clientele. Financial Institutions have realised the importance of these ecosystems and are attempting to engage with and bring innovation inside their companies.FinTech solutions on the other hand are exploring various possibilities of incorporating blockchain technology in its core in order to stay ahead in the curve of financial revolution. Legend believes this century to be of Financial Revolution and blockchain enabled fintech is the way forward to achieve this.

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FinTech companies are driving market changes by focusing on emergent technologies that will provide a renewed experience for their customers. One specific technology is Blockchain. The most likely business use cases of blockchain, as seen by 55% of respondents, is in Payments Infrastructure, followed by Fund Transfer Infrastructure (50%), and Digital Identity Management (46%). In fact, the latter is being explored as a possible area of blockchain use by various government services. We have also witnessed growing interest in the technology from insurance companies in areas such as personal and marine insurance, including claims processes.
Though the coherent system in Blockchain-FinTech is yet to be put in place, there are several nations across the world who’ve embraced this evolving technology. Let’s have look on the top three countries leading the race of Blockchain — FinTech startups. Singapore Popularly known as the financial hub of the world, it is of no surprise that Singapore is the global innovation leader in the Blockchain-FinTech space. The third largest ICO market in the world, Singapore, is an early advocate ofblockchain technology and crypto. Singapore’s strategic position is to let the crypto market grow with minimal intervention, provided that crypto market does not qualify as regulated market and, hence, fall under existing financial markets and securities regulations. If the latter is the case, the company may be subject to full blown regulatory regime set forth by MAS (as for any other Fintech business). It would nevertheless be slightly cheaper to step up a fully compliant business in Singapore compared to Europe. Gibraltar An early advocate of crypto — Gibraltar is popularly known as ‘the crypto-harbour’. Earlier this year, the government started drafting legislation to regulate ICOs. As a result, Gibraltar has already attracted a lot of cryptocurrency exchanges, among them BTCC, CEX and eToro. This spring the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) successfully completed its Rock Token sale. There are multiple applications for a DLT license at Gibraltar at the moment, and more than 200 applications for an ICO to hold at GBX. Gibraltar is a home to gambling, insurance and fintech companies, a mix that promises to keep the nation ahead in the technology curve. Malta The ‘Blockchain Island’, Malta is producing comprehensive law drafts to regulate the Blockchain Market. This has attracted major crypto businesses like Binance & OKex. Malta’s Parliamentary Secretary stated, “Malta has become a natural point of reference on the international sphere and companies such as Binance will continue to look into Malta to further expand their operations or establish a base.” If you’re keen to find out more, the upcoming Malta Blockchain Summit runs from November 1–2 and spans four conferences hosted over two days.
As Forbes reports, these are top three Blockchain companies, bringing innovative solutions to transform the world. These companies have garnered worldwide trust and following amidst the turbulent sea of uncertainty regarding crypto regulations.
The Bitfury Group, Amsterdam Produces both hardware and software for Bitcoin mining and security, as well as a wide range of software to support blockchains in government, supply chains and insurance. Blockchain, London. World’s most popular cryptocurrency wallet, enabling users to manage private keys for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ether. Its Expansion to U.S. now allows crypto trading in 22 states, including California.
Chain, San Francisco Offers blockchain technology for financial institutions, as well as ledger balance software for fintech and ecommerce companies
In India, the stellar growth Blockchain Technology has sprung a new breed of blockchain startups across the nation. While many who have been early adopters, are now incubating this growing breed believe blockchain to be as revolutionary as the internet. Top Indian companies who’ve also made considerable footprints worldwide in the blockchain domain are:
Auxesis Group Auxesis Group, world’s leading blockchain company who is closely working with several Indian state governments to incorporate Blockchain enabled solutions in various sectors including EHR, Land Records, Supply Chain, Invoice Financing among others. They are progressively building a platform, Auxledger, which brings the next generation features of Customization and cross-chain communication enabling Blockchain in mainstream enterprise adoption.
CoinSecure Coinsecure is one of the early movers of Bitcoin and blockchain technology in India. They provide an easy to use Bitcoin exchange, merchant services, a blockchain explorer, as well as a hosted wallet. They have a simple and single motto of “Connecting India to Bitcoin”. They seem to be doing just that and show no signs of stopping.
Trestor Trestor is an India’s first blockchain startup, which has created “Trest” a secure, digital, store of value. Using the power of Trestor’s blockchain and their decentralised network of trustless nodes ‘Trests’ can be transferred directly from person to person anywhere across the globe.
These are early days yet, with blockchain still in an exploratory phase.
It’s the startups of today that will give rise to the solutions of tomorrow, and for the second time in one generation, we have the opportunity to watch an industry growth everest north — Industrial Revolution 2.0, enabled by Blockchain.
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Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com - Is the Nauticus ICO a worthy investment?

Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com
An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com Overview
In a climate where blockchain technology is constantly evolving and the digital economy takes the world by storm, a new very ambitious project emerges from Melbourne, Australia. Nauticus strives to establish itself as one of the market leaders by enhancing the cryptocurrency exchange eco-system and simplifying the global crypto / fiat payment process.
Nauticus is a project with 6 clear stages to implement over the next 5 years. Their clearly defined milestones in their roadmap demonstrate a clear goal to become a leading enterprise within the crypto space over the coming years. At its heart the Nauticus vision is to create ‘Better banking and eCommerce using blockchain technology.’ We ask the question: will they be able achieve their goals and most importantly, is the Nauticus ICO a worthy investment?
Nauticus aims, goals, vision & roadmap
In their first year Nauticus aims to provide a high speed, secure currency exchange with the goal of becoming a one stop shop for the consumer to trade a vast array of fiat and cryptocurrency options. A distinctive feature of the exchange is to enable users from all over the globe to pair their local currency against 100+ of the biggest cryptocurrencies. Nauticus will focus on high liquidity with low transaction fees. An impressive 7 fiat currencies pairing will be available on launch with a further 16 planned in total and then 300 cryptocurrencies. At the heart of their business is a clear goal to create a simplified interface designed with the average consumer in mind. Nauticus hopes to help simplify the trading process for new users by, “Making Bitcoin as easy as ordering a pizza”.
The crypto and fiat exchange is targeted to launch in mid-2018 with one of their pilot features being a mobile app that utilises facial recognition and biometric data to enhance security. The app aims to make the payment processes easier for all users across the globe by simplifying sending money to friends or services through their easy, consumer friendly wallet.
In 2019 Nauticus turns its attention to creating an environmentally friendly mining center, focusing on energy efficient equipment, renewable energy and promoting sustainable projects. The profits from the mine will be used to support subsequent expansion in the following years.
By 2020 Nauticus then plans to move into the eCommerce sector, simplifying payments by allowing the buyer to pay in a variety of different fiat and crypto options and very importantly ensuring transaction fees are incredibly low. By 2023 they will have established a Merchant payment platform, integrated with the big data industry, have a global KYC verification system and an ICO Gateway for new projects.
Value of project / Use case
The pioneering feature of the project when it is launched this summer will be the 6 Fiat currencies pairs active on the platform. Nauticus will be the first in the world to offer such a service. By providing these pairs and simplifying the usability process, Nauticus targets to ease the adoption for the average user. The hope is that by providing an easy to use entry into the digital payment world they will be able to encourage adoption and become a leader in growing the ecosystem of modern payment methods. By summer 2019 the goal is to offer over 300 cryptocurrencies and an incredible 16 fiat currency options. This will thrust Nauticus into the limelight and highlights one of their clear unique selling points.
The mobile app is one of the core features of Nauticus, they have their target firmly set on creating a global society, supporting transactions no matter where you are in the world and what currency you hold. The target is to allow the user travel anywhere and be able to pay with whatever currency they have stored in the exchange. The software behind the mobile app will then convert and transact immediately into the required payment method. The target of this is to help encourage the world to unite into one big digital eco-system and remove boundaries prevalent in our current system. Nauticus aims to create a one stop shop for global payments that is quick, reliable and extremely versatile no matter where you are in the world.
Unlike many other ICO projects in the current space the Nauticus token has a clear value and use case. Like Binance coins or Kucoin tokens, the Nauticus coin has a genuine use on their exchange platform. ICO investers will almost immediately be able to use their Nauticus coins once the cryptocurrency / fiat exchange is launched. Users will be encouraged to hold the tokens as a 50% discount is provided on trading fees if the Nauticus coin is held in a user’s wallet.
Hype
At the time of writing the Nauticus ICO was in the final stage of its main sale. It has a very impressive 362,100 registered users, it has well surpassed its soft cap and is looking like it will hit the 2nd 16M milestone soon.
The Nauticus team are active on social media promoting their project. Their telegram group has an above average user base exceeding 10,000, with a twitter following of a similar size. #Nauticus is currently being tweeted between 400–500 times a day and there is a general excitement surrounding the project within circles that are aware of its existence.
Promotion from social media influencers and hype from YouTube reviewers has been relatively small compared with other popular ICOs active at the moment, but this shouldn’t detract from its pull in the community. Review sites such as WiserICO, ICOmarks and ICObench have reviewed the project very favourably and the project has excelled in a tough climate for ICOs (March-April 2018).
Team
The company was established by CEO Bryan Ng and COO Jonathan Chang. Whilst young, they have both setup previous successful businesses and have had experience with past blockchain projects. Further down the list, whilst the team is not all star, the team is large, experienced in the right fields and are very capable of delivering.
Whilst the team has very good advisors, it is a shame to see these positioned ahead of the actual team on their site. Whilst advisors are somewhat important, it’s slightly disheartening seeing these pushed ahead of the actual team who will be driving the business forward.
From watching an interview on Youtube, you can see the passion both founders have for the project. There is a clear air of transparency, both explain the project well and both seem eager and confident to establish their selves within the blockchian world. Respectably the Nauticus founders are also very ethically minded, pledging to use profits to bring improve living standards for those in developing countries, to protect the environment and to give away a possible 41% of the coins to charity.
Token Metrics
It is good to see that the project has clearly put some thought into their token metrics to benefit those investing at ICO stage. Private sales have a six month lock in feature to prevent bonus dumps and 90% of all tokens are in the hands of the general public.
It is important for investors to be aware that the token sale has rewarded early investors in the form of bonuses and has been operating with a referral program. A 30% bonus existed for presale investors and an extra 5% for large investors. Giveaways in the form of a 100 free tokens were awarded for signing up, as well as 200 tokens for each referral. However, what is important to recognise is that any free tokens awarded from promotions will be untradeable for two years — a great way to protect early investors.
Finally, although the project looks likely to sell out over the coming weeks, it is important to recognise that any unsold tokens will be burned at the end of the ICO.
Summary
Nauticus is a project that has high a real desire to make progress evolving our global digital ecosystem. It has a bold 5 year plan that if they succeed with, will push Nauticus forward as one of the pioneers of innovation in the blockchain space.
Its unique features give Nauticus the ability to separate itself from other platforms, however, it will clearly face a lot of competition from the well-established cryptocurrency exchanges dominating the market. In addition to this it will also come up against the likes of Ethos and Bread as user friendly universal mobile wallets / fiat gateways. As well as fighting competition against payment focused projects such as Crypterium, Metal, BitPay, Monaco and TenX to name but a few.
With great ambition also comes risk. Nauticus will not only have to be determined to achieve all 6 goals outlined in their roadmap, it may also come up against challenges navigating around government loopholes when implementing certain areas of the project.
Despite these issues Nauticus is a relatively low risk investment with the potential to grow over the next few years if adoption is achieved. If we compare the Nauticus coin to similar projects such as Binance, the potential is obvious. With the correct nurturing of their Australian based team and successful marketing / implementation, there is real opportunity for Nauticus to thrive as a pioneer in secure crypto banking, payments and eCommerce as both a short and long term investment.
Final rating to be revealed on www.thecoinradar.com
Josh Herbert (TheCoinRadar)
To find out more about Nauticus please follow the links below:
Website (https://www.nauticus.io)
Whitepaper (https://cdn.nauticus.io/NauticusWhitepaperOfficial.pdf)
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Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com - Is it a worthy investment?

Nauticus — An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com
An independent cryptocurrency ICO review from thecoinradar.com Overview
In a climate where blockchain technology is constantly evolving and the digital economy takes the world by storm, a new very ambitious project emerges from Melbourne, Australia. Nauticus strives to establish itself as one of the market leaders by enhancing the cryptocurrency exchange eco-system and simplifying the global crypto / fiat payment process.
Nauticus is a project with 6 clear stages to implement over the next 5 years. Their clearly defined milestones in their roadmap demonstrate a clear goal to become a leading enterprise within the crypto space over the coming years. At its heart the Nauticus vision is to create ‘Better banking and eCommerce using blockchain technology.’ We ask the question: will they be able achieve their goals and most importantly, is the Nauticus ICO a worthy investment?
Nauticus aims, goals, vision & roadmap
In their first year Nauticus aims to provide a high speed, secure currency exchange with the goal of becoming a one stop shop for the consumer to trade a vast array of fiat and cryptocurrency options. A distinctive feature of the exchange is to enable users from all over the globe to pair their local currency against 100+ of the biggest cryptocurrencies. Nauticus will focus on high liquidity with low transaction fees. An impressive 7 fiat currencies pairing will be available on launch with a further 16 planned in total and then 300 cryptocurrencies. At the heart of their business is a clear goal to create a simplified interface designed with the average consumer in mind. Nauticus hopes to help simplify the trading process for new users by, “Making Bitcoin as easy as ordering a pizza”.
The crypto and fiat exchange is targeted to launch in mid-2018 with one of their pilot features being a mobile app that utilises facial recognition and biometric data to enhance security. The app aims to make the payment processes easier for all users across the globe by simplifying sending money to friends or services through their easy, consumer friendly wallet.
In 2019 Nauticus turns its attention to creating an environmentally friendly mining center, focusing on energy efficient equipment, renewable energy and promoting sustainable projects. The profits from the mine will be used to support subsequent expansion in the following years.
By 2020 Nauticus then plans to move into the eCommerce sector, simplifying payments by allowing the buyer to pay in a variety of different fiat and crypto options and very importantly ensuring transaction fees are incredibly low. By 2023 they will have established a Merchant payment platform, integrated with the big data industry, have a global KYC verification system and an ICO Gateway for new projects.
Nauticus roadmap betwen 2020 and 2023 Value of project / Use case
The pioneering feature of the project when it is launched this summer will be the 6 Fiat currencies pairs active on the platform. Nauticus will be the first in the world to offer such a service. By providing these pairs and simplifying the usability process, Nauticus targets to ease the adoption for the average user. The hope is that by providing an easy to use entry into the digital payment world they will be able to encourage adoption and become a leader in growing the ecosystem of modern payment methods. By summer 2019 the goal is to offer over 300 cryptocurrencies and an incredible 16 fiat currency options. This will thrust Nauticus into the limelight and highlights one of their clear unique selling points.
The mobile app is one of the core features of Nauticus, they have their target firmly set on creating a global society, supporting transactions no matter where you are in the world and what currency you hold. The target is to allow the user travel anywhere and be able to pay with whatever currency they have stored in the exchange. The software behind the mobile app will then convert and transact immediately into the required payment method. The target of this is to help encourage the world to unite into one big digital eco-system and remove boundaries prevalent in our current system. Nauticus aims to create a one stop shop for global payments that is quick, reliable and extremely versatile no matter where you are in the world.
Unlike many other ICO projects in the current space the Nauticus token has a clear value and use case. Like Binance coins or Kucoin tokens, the Nauticus coin has a genuine use on their exchange platform. ICO investers will almost immediately be able to use their Nauticus coins once the cryptocurrency / fiat exchange is launched. Users will be encouraged to hold the tokens as a 50% discount is provided on trading fees if the Nauticus coin is held in a user’s wallet.
a sneak preview of the Nauticus desktop application Hype
At the time of writing the Nauticus ICO was in the final stage of its main sale. It has a very impressive 362,100 registered users, it has well surpassed its soft cap and is looking like it will hit the 2nd 16M milestone soon.
The Nauticus team are active on social media promoting their project. Their telegram group has an above average user base exceeding 10,000, with a twitter following of a similar size. #Nauticus is currently being tweeted between 400–500 times a day and there is a general excitement surrounding the project within circles that are aware of its existence.
Promotion from social media influencers and hype from YouTube reviewers has been relatively small compared with other popular ICOs active at the moment, but this shouldn’t detract from its pull in the community. Review sites such as WiserICO, ICOmarks and ICObench have reviewed the project very favourably and the project has excelled in a tough climate for ICOs (March-April 2018).
Nauticus token sales progress as of 29/04/2018 Team
The company was established by CEO Bryan Ng and COO Jonathan Chang. Whilst young, they have both setup previous successful businesses and have had experience with past blockchain projects. Further down the list, whilst the team is not all star, the team is large, experienced in the right fields and are very capable of delivering.
Whilst the team has very good advisors, it is a shame to see these positioned ahead of the actual team on their site. Whilst advisors are somewhat important, it’s slightly disheartening seeing these pushed ahead of the actual team who will be driving the business forward.
From watching an interview on Youtube, you can see the passion both founders have for the project. There is a clear air of transparency, both explain the project well and both seem eager and confident to establish their selves within the blockchian world. Respectably the Nauticus founders are also very ethically minded, pledging to use profits to bring improve living standards for those in developing countries, to protect the environment and to give away a possible 41% of the coins to charity.
Token Metrics
It is good to see that the project has clearly put some thought into their token metrics to benefit those investing at ICO stage. Private sales have a six month lock in feature to prevent bonus dumps and 90% of all tokens are in the hands of the general public.
It is important for investors to be aware that the token sale has rewarded early investors in the form of bonuses and has been operating with a referral program. A 30% bonus existed for presale investors and an extra 5% for large investors. Giveaways in the form of a 100 free tokens were awarded for signing up, as well as 200 tokens for each referral. However, what is important to recognise is that any free tokens awarded from promotions will be untradeable for two years — a great way to protect early investors.
Finally, although the project looks likely to sell out over the coming weeks, it is important to recognise that any unsold tokens will be burned at the end of the ICO.
The Nauticus mobile application Summary
Nauticus is a project that has high a real desire to make progress evolving our global digital ecosystem. It has a bold 5 year plan that if they succeed with, will push Nauticus forward as one of the pioneers of innovation in the blockchain space.
Its unique features give Nauticus the ability to separate itself from other platforms, however, it will clearly face a lot of competition from the well-established cryptocurrency exchanges dominating the market. In addition to this it will also come up against the likes of Ethos and Bread as user friendly universal mobile wallets / fiat gateways. As well as fighting competition against payment focused projects such as Crypterium, Metal, BitPay, Monaco and TenX to name but a few.
With great ambition also comes risk. Nauticus will not only have to be determined to achieve all 6 goals outlined in their roadmap, it may also come up against challenges navigating around government loopholes when implementing certain areas of the project.
Despite these issues Nauticus is a relatively low risk investment with the potential to grow over the next few years if adoption is achieved. If we compare the Nauticus coin to similar projects such as Binance, the potential is obvious. With the correct nurturing of their Australian based team and successful marketing / implementation, there is real opportunity for Nauticus to thrive as a pioneer in secure crypto banking, payments and eCommerce as both a short and long term investment.
Final rating to be revealed on www.thecoinradar.com
Josh Herbert (TheCoinRadar)
To find out more about Nauticus please follow the links below:
Website (https://www.nauticus.io)
Whitepaper (https://cdn.nauticus.io/NauticusWhitepaperOfficial.pdf)
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Launching a cryptocurrency news website

Hey guys,
I have been thinking a lot about starting with something involving crypto. Yes, I wanted it to be an exchange, but maybe we'll get to that stage. I bought a cryptotradenews.eu domain and I am ready to start with the site.
I have been watching crypto for some time, missed a few booms while being skeptical about the whole thing, and here I am, investing some real money and even more of my time in cryptos.
Cryptocurrency is still a very small world, just waiting to be found. Day by day numbers in our community grows rapidly, and I want to take a piece of that cake. There are lots and lots of news sites writing about Bitcoin and Ethereum. Yes, that is important and interesting, but what I had in mind was a little bit different - support startups, ICOs and not-so-well-known-but-worth-knowing coins. While investigating I found out about some very interesting coins, but nothing was written about them, just mentioned now and then. Let's take WaltonChain (WTC) for example. I subscribed to the community when it had less than 250 members, and it's price was $1.20. That was not even 2 months ago, and Walton now has more than 4500 subscribers and was worth almost $10 the other day, and it is going to keep growing, because it is a great project. But, nobody wrote anything about WTC before it rocketed. I was investigating and was amazed how little information could be found on any news sites. It was all Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin, JP Morgan calls Bitcoin fraud bla bla. Coins that make up major percentage of daily ETH trading on Binance are coins that have really strong ideas or products behind them, but so little coverage (LINK, KNC, BNB - talking about Binance, I see so much potential in there, QTUM and ofcourse still WTC).
I own a restaurant and spend avg. 8 hours there, sleep avg. 7 hours and have spent avg. 7 hours of my free time each day on cryptocurrency in the past months. I do have the time to spare, but still not enough time to do everything by myself, which I wouldn't even want to. A great team is what makes a great project. I have lots of experience in design and print, finished both high school and bacc. degree in that area, and have made more than 10 websites during the period of the last 5 years, some programming and ecommerce. I have knowledge both in technology and real world business, and my mentality is business (almost) 24/7.
I have already bought a cryptotradenews.eu domain, and site can be ready to launch real soon.
What I am looking for is unpaid or paid (professional) help from ambitious, willing and talented fellow redditors who would like to participate in any way.
I am definitely going to need help with marketing, SEO and some real good writers, maybe even developers. But, my experience taught me that someone's will often excells someone's experience or knowledge, so really, anyone is free to contact me.
I am open to any kinds of collaborations, and have enough capital for it to become a serious project. We could form a team originating from all over the world, making it a somewhat different experience.
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