Directory of European Blockchain Startups
(currently listing 715 startups in 15 European countries)

 

Latest Additions

Opium Network

creating, settling, and trading any decentralised derivative
location_on Rotterdam | Investing
Token: n/a |

3Commas

Smart Trading terminal and auto trading bots
location_on Tallinn | Investing
Token: n/a |

radicle

Secure peer-to-peer code collaboration without intermediaries.
location_on Berlin | Public Chain Infrastructure
Token: n/a |

Balancer

Balancer is a protocol for programmable liquidity
location_on Lissabon | Exchanges
Token: n/a |

Greg Solutions

DevOps & Blockchain Partner: The Answer to Your Engineering Dilemma
location_on Lviv | Consulting
Token: n/a |

CryptoRefills

SHOP WITH CRYPTO AND EARN POINTS
location_on Amsterdam | Marketplace
Token: n/a |

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Locations

Charts Top 5 European Token Sales

Gnosis

Prediction Markets
Meet the future

location_on Berlin | GNO

Year of Token Sale: 2017

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IOTA

Public Chain Infrastructure
A currency for internet-of-things

location_on Berlin | IOT

Year of Token Sale: 2015

Details

Lisk

Public Chain Infrastructure
Access the power of Blockchain

location_on Berlin | LSK

Year of Token Sale: 2016

Details

Ocean Protcol

Public Chain Infrastructure
Decentralized data exchange protocol

location_on Berlin | OCN2

Year of Token Sale: 2019

Details

Polkadot

Public Chain Infrastructure
A platform for web3

location_on Zug | DOT

Year of Token Sale: 2017

Details


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What Blockchain Founders Can Do in Times of COVID-19

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Doing It for the Money

The fight against the Coronavirus causes companies and scientists to collaborate closer, which accelerates the evolution towards open knowledge and data ecosystems and is bound to reshape the financial landscape.

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